Diabetes can afflict cats, dogs

05/25/2010 | WCVB-TV (Boston)

Cats and dogs, just like people, also can be at risk for diabetes. A veterinarian in Massachusetts says that cats tend to suffer from type 2 diabetes because of obesity issues, while dogs are more prone to the type 1 category and are generally insulin dependent. Pets diagnosed with diabetes usually are treated with insulin injections, the vet says.

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