1. A dog suffering from diabetes typically:
Drinks and eats a lot, urinates often, and may be lethargic
Develops ear infections
Has a very fast heart rate
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2. How common is diabetes in dogs?
Only 1 in 5,000 dogs develops diabetes
1 in 100 to 1 in 500 dogs develops diabetes
Diabetes is rarely diagnosed in dogs
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3. Managing a dog with diabetes involves:
Regular insulin injections, an appropriate diet, and regular exercise
Long-term antibiotic treatments and hypoallergenic diets
Treatment with oral hypoglycemic medications
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4. Signs that suggest a dog has diabetes mellitus include:
Drinking and urinating frequently
Red, itchy skin
Overactivity and excitability
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5. What is the expected life span of a diabetic dog under veterinary care?
10 months
A normal life expectancy
10 weeks
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