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It’s also up 32% in dogs, and 16% in cats…And that’s just in the last 5 years. Like the human version, pet diabetes is often linked to obesity.
Symptoms for dogs and cats include excessive urination and increased thirst. And experts say that early diagnosis is the key, so report any warning signs to your vet.