Symptoms Of Diabetes in Dogs
Excessive thirst. (Yes)Increase in urination. (Yes)
Unexplained weight loss. (Yes)
Appetite changes. (Yes - she had considered not eating 3 breakfasts- that's enough for a greedy dog like Asha)
'Sweet-smelling' breath. (Not Noticed)
Tiredness or lack of energy. (Yes)
Urinary tract infection. (Possibly)
Loss of eyesight. (Doubt it)
Reading this it seem highly likely doesn't it!
"Your veterinarian will first test your dog for the presence of glucose and ketones in the urine. If indicated, the next step is to measure your dog's blood glucose concentration. The diagnosis only becomes definite when glucose is found both in the urine and at a high level in the blood."