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2007-12-28 17:11:00 by wordprowizard

Diabetic Minpin - update

Some of you may remember my mother's old rescue minpin was diagnosed with diabetes a while back. The vet put her on some disgusting canned food (the dog, not the mother lol) she wouldn't eat so she has lost quite a bit of weight, which is a good thing as my mother has stuffed her till she was a barrel on legs. However at the rate she was going she would starve to death and she has to eat twice a day to get her insulin shot. My mother (who has had 3 strokes and has Parkinsons) was utterly distraught. I live 200 miles away, it is hard to help.
Thanks to someone here who gave me a link to a diabetic dog/cat website I printed and gave her a list of home cooked recipes (and she's been home cooking for the dog for years but was afraid of the vet)

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