Diabetes Management

By: Towne Center Animal Hospital  10/28/2015
Keywords: Diabetes, Animal Clinic, Pet Hospital

Diabetes is a disease where sugar cannot enter the body’s cells due to an insensitivity to the pancreatic hormone insulin or deficiency of insulin (Type I and Type II, respectively). This results in too much sugar in the body’s bloodstream, while cells are deprived of their source of chemical energy. We are equipped with monitoring systems that are used to examine our diabetic patients and manage their health. With regular treatment and observation, the impact of diabetes on a patient’s daily life will usually be minimal.

Keywords: Animal Clinic, Canine Diabetes, Diabetes, Feline Diabetes, Local Veterinarian, Medical Care For Pets, Pet Clinic, Pet Health, Pet Health Care, Pet Hospital, Pet Hospitals, Pet Medical, Pet Medical Care, Pet Medical Center, Pet Obesity, Prescription Diet, Vet Clinic, Vet Hospital, Veterinarian Hospital, Veterinary Practice

Contact Towne Center Animal Hospital

Email

Print this page

Other products and services from Towne Center Animal Hospital

10/28/2015

Digital Radiology

Radiology is the interpretation of medical images for the purpose of diagnosis and treatment. At Towne Center Animal Hospital, we


10/28/2015

Microchip Implants

Microchips for pets are safe, permanent, and affordable. Because collars and tags can be torn or taken off, microchips are


10/28/2015

Flea and Tick Prevention

Fleas and ticks are not only uncomfortable for pets–they cause serious health problems too. We offer a variety of options


10/28/2015

Laser Declawing

Declawing is an orthopedic surgical procedure where the animal’s claws are permanently removed. With our advanced laser equipment, declawing has


10/28/2015

Orthopedic and Soft Tissue Surgery

Orthopedic surgery is surgery involving the musculoskeletal system. We offer basic orthopedic surgery at our animal hospital. Patients that require


10/28/2015

Wellness Exams

We provide comprehensive wellness exams for dogs and cats. We recommend administering this exam annually in order to develop a


10/28/2015

Emergency Care

We offer emergency services during our office hours. Dr. Z has over twenty years of experience in veterinary medicine and


10/28/2015

Vaccination

Routine vaccinations protect our pets from deadly infectious diseases by stimulating their immune system to fight off viruses. There are


10/28/2015

Dental Care

We offer services for the examination, maintanence, and treatment of your pet’s teeth, gums, and mouth. According to the American


10/28/2015

Spaying / Neutering

Spaying and neutering is the removal of a female or male animal’s reproductive organs, respectively. This common procedure requires general