if i inject my diabetic dog in the evening after his tea do i need to feed him in the night
This is a waste of space question, if you've got injection stuff, the vet must have told you how to use it.
Keep injecting him with insulin. Don't feed him. There are too many dogs in the world and they all eat meat.
by jenijag 11 years ago
What do I need to know about backpacking with my 11 yr old diabetic dog?Max was dx in 11/10 with insulin dependant diabetes...I am still working with our vet trying to regulate him...as of today, his level was 275 ( down from 600) we are at 38 units twice daily, as well as a special...
by Victoria Lynn 6 years ago
Suggestions on what to feed an old cat who isn't eating very well?Any high calorie stuff he might like? he is getting pickier and won't eat things he used to eat.
by Ozzi 12 years ago
My dog has diabetes. He has 2 injections a day, morning & evening along with meals 8am & 8pm. He's just eaten again before bed midnight (he finished off some steamed chicken). Do I give him more insuline or not??? Many Thanks
by Davinagirl3 12 years ago
I'm a nighttime girl, but I have noticed men like to do it in the morning. Is it an "energy" thing?
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