You’ve just returned from the veterinarian’s office and are completely overwhelmed—your beloved 10-year-old Dachshund, Cody, has been diagnosed with diabetes. Your veterinarian told you that Cody is very sick, and that if he doesn’t stay on the proper diet, he could die. You never realized how important your dog’s diet and weight were to his health. You think back on all those delicious dog treats you gave him and worry that your loving care may have somehow harmed him. You want to do everything right from this day forward, but don’t know where to start.

If your dog was just diagnosed with diabetes, liver disease or another life-threatening illness, your veterinarian will most likely recommend a “prescription” dog food diet, a commercially prepared dog food especially formulated for your dog’s condition. These diets can be a lifesaver in that you can use them to…

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