This is all new to us, our dog was diagnosed w/diabetes this week. My question is if he can eat...
raw baby carrots. He loves them but I would like to know if it's OK to give him any and if so how many per day?
Generally this type of vegetable is often advised for diabetic dogs. However, you will need to consult first with your vet because there are different degrees to the condition of diabetic dogs. For more information you can always check--www.diabeticdogfoods.com
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