Many people with type 1 diabetes spend their days continually monitoring their blood glucose levels to prevent the symptoms of hypoglycemia. If left untreated, low blood sugar levels can cause epileptic seizures, power outages, and even comas. There are early symptoms of hypoglycemia, such as sweating, shaking or confusion, but after a few years, a person with type 1 diabetes may lose their ability to feel these symptoms if they develop hypoglycemia unfamiliarity.
MWSnap429-1 Diabetic Service Dog Training
Living a balanced life with diabetes is not always easy. With the support of a diabetic watchdog this balance is possible. Alarm Dogs for diabetics offer the stability, safety and support that allows for greater activity and rest.

Dog Training Elite offers free evaluations
Pooch Training Elite offers free in-Home assessments to survey whether a present family puppy can be prepared to wind up a diabetic administration canine or can help you in choosing a service puppy or dog for training. We offer a unique in-Home Dog training method that includes the owners in the training process to ensure that the training is never reversed and both the owners and their dogs are glued and empowered.