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What treats are good for my dog if he has diabetes?

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Treats between meals are OK, as long as they’re low in sugar and carbohydrates. Avoid snacks that list syrup, molasses, fructose, dextrose, or maltose on the ingredients label. Homemade dehydrated meats, carrots, snap peas, and even canned pumpkin are good options.

From: Diabetic Dog: Tips to Manage His Diet WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES:

University of California Davis: “Nutritional Management of Diabetes Mellitus.”

Louise Murray, DVM, Vice President, ASPCA Animal Hospital, New York, NY.

Pets with Diabetes website.

Vetsulin website.

Reviewed by Amy Flowers on November 08, 2018

SOURCES:

University of California Davis: “Nutritional Management of Diabetes Mellitus.”

Louise Murray, DVM, Vice President, ASPCA Animal Hospital, New York, NY.

Pets with Diabetes website.

Vetsulin website.

Reviewed by Amy Flowers on November 08, 2018

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