Vet Formulated, Vet Approved. All Natural Dog Treats.
ResQ Organics is proud to present our Diabetic Dog Biscuits. Made with the finest ingredients. Our biscuits are handmade in small batches to ensure superior quality and freshness.
When our friends’ dog, Shugy, was diagnosed with diabetes she was devastated.
As diet is crucial in controlling diabetes she realized she would no longer be able to give her the treats Shugy loved.
We began helping her search for a treat that would be safe for Shugy to eat …. and that all her other fur babies would love. When we couldn’t find one, we took mattes into our own hands and have developed one of the only Vet Formulated, Vet Approved Diabetic Dog Biscuits.
Did you know that ONE in EVERY 500 dogs get diabetes?
There is a higher incidence than ever before – this is especially true in senior and middle aged dogs.
Once your dog is diagnosed with Diabetes he will most likely need insulin for the rest of his life.
Types of Diabetes:
There are two types of diabetes, Type 1 and Type 2.
Type 2 Diabetes is usually due to obesity and eating too many carbohydrates. This type is usually common in humans.
Type 1 Diabetes is most common in dogs and is much more serious. Type 1 Diabetes is when the pancreas fails to produce insulin properly. This means glucose can’t get into the body’s cells to be used for energy. This can be very dangerous, and usually requires lifelong treatment with daily insulin shots. Type 1 Diabetes is not caused by diet – but diet is a huge factor in managing it.
Signs of Diabetes:
- Frequent urination. This is caused because Diabetic dogs drink more and pee more.
- General weakness or fatigue.
- Weight loss
- Extreme hunger
If you are seeing any of these signs have your Vet test for Diabetes. If your dog is diagnosed with Diabetes take your dog for frequent veterinary checkups and check your dog’s blood sugar regularly.
Consult your veterinarian before giving these biscuits. Never change prescription medication without consulting your veterinarian. Safe use in pregnant animals and animals intended for breeding should also be discussed with your veterinarian.
Keep Refrigerated (up to 6 months) or Keep Frozen (up to 12 months)