- Increased thirst
Diabetic pets often drink more than twice as much as usual.
- Increase in urination
Increased water intake requires more frequent urination of larger quantities of urine.
- An increase in appetite
Wanting more food is a common sign.
- Weight loss despite eating more
Despite eating more there is a steady weight loss and body conformation.
- Inactivity and depression
As pets sicken with diabetes and high blood glucose levels, toxins build up and make the pet feel sick.
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