8 Signs Your Dog With Diabetes Is Dying & What to Look Out For

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1. Loss of Appetite 

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If your dog suddenly loses interest in food or water, it could be a sign of a serious problem. 

2. Excessive Thirst and Urination 

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Dogs with diabetes often drink more water and urinate more frequently than usual. 

3. Weight Loss 

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Unexplained weight loss can be a sign that your dog's diabetes is not well-controlled. 

4. Lethargy or Weakness 

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If your dog seems unusually tired or weak, it may be an indication that their condition is worsening. 

5. Breathing Difficulties 

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Labored breathing or shortness of breath can be a sign of a serious health issue. 

6. Vomiting or Diarrhea 

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Persistent vomiting or diarrhea can lead to dehydration, which can be especially dangerous for a diabetic dog. 

7. Changes in Gait or Mobility 

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If your dog has difficulty walking, standing, or seems unsteady, it could indicate a serious issue. 

8. Seizures or Loss of Consciousness 

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These are serious signs of a medical emergency and require immediate veterinary attention. 

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