Most people are surprised to learn that dogs and cats can be diagnosed with diabetes mellitus too. Although we know that human diabetes is not exactly the same as diabetes in pets, there are many similarities in how the disease is diagnosed, monitored, and treated in our furry friends.
Margarita graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2011, earning a Bachelor in Veterinary Science with distinction. She worked in small animal and equine practice for a few years, before choosing to focus solely on companion animals. Over the years she has developed a special interest in small animal internal medicine, and she now works as a freelance veterinarian. Her interests outside of work include traveling, writing and volunteering.