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The Methods Used for Diagnosing Canine Diabetes

Nikolin Daija


Mellitus Diabetics is absence of insulin that it affects in body. A good amnesias, clinic sign, the percent of   sugar in blood are so important for made a good diagnostification. For a good result we should apply glycosuria, the percent of sugar in blood and blood take from jugular’s or encephalica vein, and in this case result was 13 diabetics dogs, 8 were female and 5 men at age 5-9 years old.

Keywords: polyuria, polydipsia, lethargy, glycosuria, obese, overweight, hyperglycemia.

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