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[cw7023-vekcarsyr.jpg] Vekkie fills syringe despite distractions
But it's best to avoid distractions
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Most dogs require twice-daily injections of insulin. Sometimes dogs are started on only one injection a day, but usually are soon put onto two injections a day.
A typical protocol recommended by veterinarians is to feed the dog twice a day, 12 hours apart, and give insulin 30 minutes after meals.
The following pages should help you through the process; I cover the basics, step-by-step.
This is a second revision, and I will be revising again if and when I see possible improvements.