Stick-er shock: Don't let lancets keep clients from helping pets

Stick-er shock: Don't let lancets keep clients from helping pets

We know you like to save pet owners money. Dr. Dave Bruyette explains how, in the long run, at-home blood glucose monitoring does just that.
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Dec 21, 2015

The time, effort, money and squeamishness involved in blood glucose monitoring turns off some pet owners of pets facing a diabetes diagnosis. But Dave Bruyette, DVM, DACVIM, medical director at VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital, says at-home blood glucose monitoring can save time and money, especially in the case of cats who can work their way to remission.