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1. Prolonging diabetic remission in cats

(Web Page; Thu Mar 16 09:47:00 CDT 2017)

STUDY ID: D17FE-018 INVESTIGATOR: Chen Gilor, DVM, University of California, Davis SPONSOR(S):

Description: Researchers will investigate the effectiveness of a novel drug to maintain and extend diabetic remission in cats.

2. Evaluating a Novel Treatment for Feline Diabetes

(Web Page; Thu Mar 14 06:25:00 CDT 2013)

D13FE-003Dr. Craig B. Webb, Colorado State University Co-sponsors: Fort Worth/Tarrant County Animal Foundation

Description: Diabetes is a common disease in cats that is thought to involve significant amounts of oxidative stress, which may also be linked to many other diseases. Cats are not well equipped to handle oxidative stress, and therefore, antioxidant supplementation may help them (and their owners) deal with diabetes. This clinical trial evaluates how a nutraceutical antioxidant affects clinical signs and biochemical abnormalities in cats with diabetes.

3. Equine Metabolic Syndrome: A Growing Concern for Veterinarians and Horse Owners

(Web Page; Thu Feb 16 08:28:00 CST 2017)

Obesity in people and small companion animals, including dogs and cats, is linked to chronic conditions and illnesses such as heart disease, cancer and diabetes. What many people may not realize is obesity-related disease is a problem fo...

Description: Obesity in people and small companion animals, including dogs and cats, is linked to chronic conditions and illnesses such as heart disease, cancer and diabetes. What many people may not realize is obesity-related disease is a problem for our horses, too, particularly in the form of equine metabolic syndrome (EMS).

4. MAF backgrounder

(File; Fri Dec 02 09:18:00 CST 2011)

Morris Animal Foundation: Creating a Healthier Tomorrow for AnimalsMorris Animal Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that helps animalsenjoy longer, healthier lives. We advance health and welfare research forcompanion animal...

5. AN 14.2

(File; Tue May 13 20:28:00 CDT 2014)

WSPHEECRIEALS C PI EE TN CCE A NM CE EE RT S I SH SO UP EE14 golden years forthis truly remarkableGolden RetrieverBY LIZ NAHON , DVMDawn Kaufmann and her husband, Steve, never imaginedthe path their lives would take the day they adopted ...

6. Diabetes

(Web Page; Wed Feb 29 11:41:00 CST 2012)

Diabetes mellitus strikes 1 in 400 cats, though recent veterinary studies indicate that the disease is becoming more common in cats, perhaps because of increased obesity rates. Diabetes develops when the pancreas fails to produce adequat...

7. Diabetes

(Web Page; Mon Nov 26 10:10:00 CST 2012)

Diabetes mellitus strikes 1 in 400 cats, though recent veterinary studies indicate that the disease is becoming more common in cats, perhaps because of increased obesity rates. Diabetes develops when the pancreas fails to produce adequat...

8. Diabetes

(Web Page; Mon Nov 26 10:10:00 CST 2012)

Diabetes mellitus strikes 1 in 400 cats, though recent veterinary studies indicate that the disease is becoming more common in cats, perhaps because of increased obesity rates. Diabetes develops when the pancreas fails to produce adequat...

9. Diabetes

(Web Page; Mon Nov 26 10:10:00 CST 2012)

Diabetes mellitus strikes 1 in 400 cats, though recent veterinary studies indicate that the disease is becoming more common in cats, perhaps because of increased obesity rates. Diabetes develops when the pancreas fails to produce adequat...

10. Diabetes

(Web Page; Mon Nov 26 10:10:00 CST 2012)

Diabetes mellitus strikes 1 in 400 cats, though recent veterinary studies indicate that the disease is becoming more common in cats, perhaps because of increased obesity rates. Diabetes develops when the pancreas fails to produce adequat...

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