GLUCOREGUL - natural treatment for diabetes and overweight dogs and cats
While diabetes is a chronic disease prevalent in humans, it is difficult to detect in animals. However, cats and dogs can also suffer from diabetes mellitus. A natural solution, GLUCOREGUL will act on the problems linked to the level of glucose by regulating it and thus limiting the risks of such a disease.
What is diabetes mellitus in dogs and cats?
Relatively frequent hormonal disease in dogs and cats since it affects one in 500 individuals in both, this pathology is characterized by a too high level of glucose (sugar) in the blood of the animal due to insufficient insulin production in his pancreas.
There are three forms of diabetes mellitus :
- Type I (or juvenile) diabetes : insulin dependent, this type of diabetes is the consequence of an important and early failure of insulin secretion by the pancreas.
- Type II diabetes (or fatty diabetes) : As one of the so-called non-insulin-dependent diabetes, this diabetes results from a lack of insulin action, the level of which in the blood is normal or on the rise.
- Type III (or lean) diabetes : As it is usually a continuation of the course of type II diabetes but can also result from diseases of the pancreas, the level of insulin in the blood decreases.
Diabetes mellitus in dogs
Although the characteristic symptoms of diabetes mellitus are much the same in cats and dogs, the latter can have one of three types of diabetes.
Certain breeds like the poodle, the beagle, the miniature pinscher or the dachshund are considered to have a predisposition to diabetes mellitus. Showing itself two to three times more frequent in females than in males and especially in non-castrated females, obesity and hormonal variations favor its onset.
Diabetes mellitus in cats
In cats, diabetes mellitus is in most cases a combination of type II and III diabetes. More common in females than in males here again, it more regularly affects felines between the ages of 6 and 10 and obesity is undoubtedly a contributing factor.
What are the symptoms of diabetes mellitus in cats and dogs?
Among the symptoms that should attract attention in both cats and dogs are :
- The increase in water consumption
- Increased appetite, also called polyphagia
- Increased urine production (polyuropolydipsia)
- Sticky urine because it is rich in glucose
In dogs, we may also find cataract problems, and in cats, it is possible to notice weakness in the hind limbs.
Other serious manifestations can be caused by diabetes mellitus in both animals such as vomiting, coma, loss of appetite, abnormal breathing, etc. and in the long term, recurrent urinary tract infections can also occur.
Be careful, however, not to interpret all these symptoms as specific to diabetes mellitus, the diagnosis of which is mainly based on veterinary examinations.
Treatment of diabetes mellitus in dogs and cats
For the majority of cats and dogs, the treatment of diabetes is, as in humans, by giving insulin injections subcutaneously in the morning and evening. Given 12 hours apart and generally well accepted by the animal, these injections allow them to prevent episodes of hyperglycemia.
Regular monitoring of the diabetic animal is essential given the fact that its treatment must be initiated based on the study of its responses to it. Be careful in all cases not to change the insulin dose recommended by the veterinarian without first consulting it.
In the majority of cases, in dogs, insulin treatment will be lifelong. In cats, on the other hand, if the diabetes is detected early and the treatment is appropriate, it will be possible to stop the injections without risk of relapse. This is called remission.
Natural food supplement to regulate diabetes in cats and dogs, GLUCOREGUL is also totally indicated for overweight subjects who need to get back into shape. Can be administered with any homeopathic or allopathic treatment to help relieve the animal, it will help the body to regulate its glucose levels effectively.
• COMPOSITION :
- Revivable brewer's yeast
- Magnesium stearate
- Chicken flavor
• MANUAL :
Cat : 1/2 tablet to 1 tablet per day.
Dog : 1 tablet per 10kg per day (for example for 25kg it is necessary to give 3 tablets).
Duration of treatment: 30 to 45 days
Oral, the intake is generally spontaneous due to the appetite.
In addition to the usual ration, directly or in the diet.
This product can be administered with any allopathic or homeopathic treatment, without interaction of any kind, and regardless of the associated pathologies (cardiac, renal, hepatic failure, diabetes, etc.).
• CATEGORY :
Natural complementary food.
• CONSERVATION :
Dry and cool, protected from light.