This illness is one of the only problems that your Min Pin can get because of you. Your Min Pin will be more susceptible to diabetes if you over feed her.†
If you notice that your Miniature Pinscher is gaining a little extra weight, you will want to stop feeding her so much and exercise her more.† By doing this, you can prevent her from having any thinning blood.†
If your Min Pin gets type two diabetes, you need to take care of it right away by changing her diet.† If not, it can eventually kill her.
The major key to making sure that your Min Pin stays healthy is to keep a lookout for how they are acting.† If they arenít walking quite right, or if they donít have their normal, everyday smile, you might want to check to see if there are potential problems.† By checking on your dog, you will be able to ensure that they live a long and healthy life.
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