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Firstly, it's important to manage your puppy's diabetes, which is a rare condition in such a young dog. Diabetes management typically involves regular insulin injections and blood sugar monitoring, along with a strict diet to maintain stable blood glucose levels. If your puppy is showing signs of lethargy, excessive thirst or urination, or a lack of appetite, these could be indicators that his blood sugar levels are not well-controlled.
At home, ensure that your puppy has access to fresh water at all times and is fed a consistent diet formulated for diabetic dogs, as recommended by your veterinarian. Monitor his energy levels and appetite closely. Keep a log of any changes in his behavior or routine bodily functions, as these can be important for your vet to know.
For heartworm prevention, it's crucial to administer the preventative medication as prescribed. Heartworm disease is transmitted by mosquitoes and can be life-threatening, so consistent prevention is key.
Since your puppy is not currently on flea and tick prevention, consider starting a vet-recommended preventative to protect against these parasites. Fleas and ticks can transmit diseases and cause significant discomfort for your dog.