Not only people can have diabetes. Just like humans, pets like cats and dogs can also suffer from both type 1 and type 2 diabetes. The same as in human body, pancreas of pets with diabetes may not be able to produce insulin, so it should be closely managed so that your pet can live a longer, healthier life. There are several main symptoms pets with diabetes may have. If your pet loses weight, despite having a good appetite, experiences excessive thirst and urination, has a pungent breath with a chemical smell, or losing his appetite you should take your pet to the vet to get tests. Only a vet can make a diagnosis and provide more information about your pet’s health. It is important to look after your pet and take good care of it! Daily walks, physical activity, and proper nutrition will be good for both the pet and the owner.