The Benefits of Owner-Trained Service Dogs Are Unbeatable!

Diabetic Alert Service Dogs

There are an estimated 1.25 million people with Type 1 Diabetes. For many, the ability to know when their blood sugar has gone too high or too low is critical. Through the use of a Diabetic Alert Dog, a person can become alerted to their blood chemistry changing before they even feel the symptoms. They can then take steps to correct or mitigate issues.

Using your dog’s keen sense of smell you can find out quickly and efficiently when you are hyper or hypoglycemic. Your dog can alert you in a variety of ways, and also be trained to retrieve medical supplies, snacks or help if you need it. A diabetic dog can be large or small in stature and still effectively do their job. Always with you, they can alert when you are out and about or when you are asleep and unaware of anything.

While a dog doesn’t take the place of regular, machine testing, they can provide you with and early detection system as well as a response one when you need it most.

For more information about our diabetic alert training courses, call Paws-Abilities at

Service Dogs Can Be Trained To Help With:

  • Low/High Blood Sugar Detection
Consultations Available

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