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Resources for Veterinarians, Technicians and Pet Parents



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2018 AAHA Diabetes Management Guidelines for Dogs and Cats

Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a treatable condition that requires a committed effort by veterinarian and client. This document provides current recommendations for the treatment of diabetes in dogs and cats.

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Nutritional Management of Diabetes Mellitus

Along with educating owners about monitoring and management, veterinarians need to talk with owners about how the dog or cat is doing so they can correctly interpret the lab data.

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How to use an Insulin Pen

2018 Diabetes Pet Care Alliance program enrollment open now

For the fifth year in a row, Merck Animal Health, Purina and Zoetis are joining forces to provide free diabetes education and tools to veterinarians.

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INFOGRAPHIC: Diabetes in Dogs and Cats

Type I or Type II diabetes in pets is more common than you think and more manageable than you’d imagine. With careful monitoring and a thorough plan, your diabetic dog or cat can lead an active, happy life.

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AlphaTRACK Newsletter:

It’s a diagnosis, not a death sentence.

How at-home blood glucose testing increases quality of life for diabetic pets. 

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EVERY CLINIC NEEDS A CHAMPION

How a Pet Diabetes Ambassador Can Help Improve Diabetic Outcomes.


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Contact your Henry Schein Animal Health Representative or call (855) SCHEIN1 (724-3461) to learn more about the best pet diabetes solutions for your practice.

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