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Pet Diabetes With Compassionate Care Veterinary Hospital Of Charlotte In Charlotte, NC

Diabetes is a condition that affects many people. Did you know that pets can get diabetes as well? Our team at Compassionate Care Veterinary Hospital of Charlotte can treat your pet if they have diabetes. Below is some more information about pet diabetes.

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Reasons Why a Pet Could Get Diabetes

There are several reasons why a pet could get diabetes. Causes of diabetes could be from genetics, pancreatitis, viral diseases that are infectious, steroids and reproductive hormones. Diabetes is caused by your pet's body not able to regulate blood sugar levels. Obesity can also cause diabetes in both dogs and cats. There are several types of diabetes: Type I, Type II, and Transient DM.

Come to Compassionate Care Veterinary Hospital of Charlotte as soon as you can to get your pet's diabetes diagnosed. Our veterinarian, Dr. Johnson, can check on the health of your pet through a physical exam and lab tests. Once the diagnosis of diabetes is made, Dr. Johnson can go over a treatment plan with you to get your pet healthy again.

The Importance of Taking Your Pet to the Veterinarian

It is very important to take your pet to the vet if you see any symptoms of diabetes. An animal's condition can get progressively worse with more negative health effects and other health issues if diabetes is not treated right away. A diabetic coma or death can occur if treatment is delayed. Please contact us at Compassionate Care Veterinary Hospital of Charlotte to set up an appointment right away.

Signs That Your Pet Might Have Diabetes

The following are signs that your pet might have diabetes. Signs that your pet has diabetes are that they are more thirsty, they urinate more, cataracts, they may be hungrier than usual, vomiting, there is a sudden drop in their weight, fur getting thinner, there is an increase in weight, fatigue or weakness, and depression. If you see any of these signs or behaviors, contact Dr. Johnson at Compassionate Care Veterinary Hospital of Charlotte as soon as you can. 

Make an Appointment With Your Local Charlotte Veterinarian Today!

Make an appointment today to get your pet treated for their diabetes. You can visit us at Compassionate Care Veterinary Hospital of Charlotte, 9300 Monroe Rd Charlotte, NC 28270. You can also call us at 704-847-4796. Let us help get your pet's health back on track right away!

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Office Hours

DayMorning
Monday7:30 - 5:30
Tuesday7:30 - 5:30
Wednesday7:30 - 5:30
Thursday7:30 - 5:30
Friday7:30 - 12:002:00 - 5:30
Saturday8:00 - 12:00
SundayClosed
Day Morning
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
7:30 - 5:30 7:30 - 5:30 7:30 - 5:30 7:30 - 5:30 7:30 - 12:00 8:00 - 12:00 Closed
2:00 - 5:30

Testimonial

I have used Dr Johnson ever since she opened this office and my pets love her to death. She is very caring and does not rush you and always answers your questions in layman's terms. She loves her work along with her associates.

Fred H.
Charlotte, NC