Diabetes is a man-made health condition, your pet was not born with this condition, it is acquired through an inappropriate diet, and over vaccinations.


Diabetes is more common in older animals.

Does the report then make the point that since diabetes occurs primarily in older animals – but isn’t a disease of aging – it is, therefore, a disease brought on by lifestyle obstacles?  … stresses to the endocrine system, adrenal glands, and kidneys from an overburden of chemical drugs, chemical artificial foods…

here is a direct connection exists between the pancreas and diabetes. … The pancreas produces enzymes and hormones that help you digest food. One of those hormones, insulin, is necessary to regulate glucose. So if needed also use in conjunction with Diabetes remedies the Acute Pancreas 72-2 homeopathic drops.

Type 1 diabetes is a – “metabolic” sugar blood problem (hyperglycemia) 
The most common form of the disease in dogs, insulin-dependent diabetes, which occurs when the pancreas is incapable of producing or secreting adequate levels of insulin.  Dogs who have Type I require insulin therapy to survive.

Type II diabetes is a – sugar blood problem (hypoglycemia) 
found in cats and is a lack of normal response to insulin.  In our companions, dogs are more likely to develop Type I diabetes while cats are more likely to develop Type II diabetes.

Middle Age 
Your cat or dog is much more likely to develop Type II (adult-onset) diabetes around middle age or in his senior years from a life on dry food and over vaccinations. (causing as a result of a lifestyle that has led to decreased production of insulin or the inability of his body to use it efficiently).
You can help your dog regain health with a diet consisting primarily of a variety of veggies and fruit  (sugar in fruit is fine) and avoiding fats (meat and dairy) (lean meat in moderation – only 3 x weekly), and specific nutritional supplements as necessary.
Help your Cat’s with a new diet which must be “fresh meat” daily, omitting all junk foods (dry or wet food in a tin). 

Young Age
Type 1 diabetes, the form of the disease that strikes the young, is actually quite rare in companion animals.

Diabetic Neuropathy?

In cats, a common cause of neuropathic pain is diabetes mellitus. The result is a weakness in the hind legs which comes from damage to the nerves caused by constant high levels of sugar in the blood. Pain may accompany the weakness, with tingling and numbness in the limb.

The first sign of neuropathy in cats is often weak hind legs.
As the condition progresses, the cat won’t be able to stand on its toes. Jumping will become increasingly difficult until it’s impossible. Eventually, the cat’s legs will seem to slip out from under it, and the cat will be unable to walk.

A Natural Easy Solution:
Supplement your pets meals with Vitamin B6 (php) capsules