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Probably useful info, but I'd leave this activity to a professional diabetic alert dog trainer.

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DADs (diabetic alert dogs) for Dummies: You want a DAD? 4 simple points to consider.

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Learn about the benefits—and pitfalls— of diabetic alert dogs. If you have type 1 diabetes and are hypoglycemic unawareness, an alert dog can help keep you safe.

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Diabetic Alert Dogs of America train high quality Diabetic Service Dogs for children and adults living with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.

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Train your own family pet to be a diabetic service dog

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Diabetic alert dog - Want one for our little Type 1 sweetie!!

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Diabetic Alert Dog Training Fundamentals - Free Advice

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Diabetic Service Dogs - they can smell a diabetic’s blood sugar dropping or spiking out of range early, so that they can provide their owner with an alert in advance of a crisis. “Alert” their owner to the onset of a change in their body’s chemistry and to keep alerting them until the condition is corrected or until they receive the help they need. Most can: Pick up and carry objects such as juice bottles. Retrieve cordless phones.Test breath for low blood sugar.

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D4D - Dogs4Diabetics trains service dogs to smell the subtle change in low blood sugar & to alert their owners to check their blood sugar! amazing!

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Train your dog to be a Diabetic Alert Dog that can help you better manage the lows and highs of your blood sugar - and ensure success in the management of your diabetes. Yes please!! I'll take two!

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