Dogs usually get type 1 diabetes, not type 2. Reduce the carbs in your dog's diet as much as possible, if possible eliminate them and feed a raw meat and bones diet only or at least a cooked meat diet without any grains, just very few veggies added. You can also feed eggs. Add a multi-vitamin/mineral. Depending on the dog this should greatly reduce, if not eliminate your dog's need for insulin. Make sure to check sugar levels frequently and adjust accordingly.
Edited by: HOUNDLOVER1 at: 12/7/2012 (11:55)
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