The frequency of diabetic patients taking proper foot care is highly insufficient. Proper Foot care practices are associated with provision of education of foot care and literacy status of patients. Most of diabetic patients are not provided with foot care educations and they are not offered regular foot examinations including patients with high risk feet. Frequencies of high risk behaviors are high. These malpractices are affecting the feet of diabetic patients. Our findings support, foot care education and regular foot examination as strategies for prevention of foot ulcers. Preventive practices must be reinforced so that patients without foot ulcers should not develop ulcers. Our study also high lights the need to increase foot care education along with proper diabetic foot clinics.