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Train your own family pet to be a diabetic service dog

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Types of Assistance Dogs -We have created an infographic displaying the common types of assistance dogs and their skills in order to help raise awareness of how a trained dog can benefit the lives of many people. It also highlights how applicable an assistance dog can be to those who have experienced a serious injury and as a resul... -shared by Mediarun | published Mar 05, 2014


The most highly trained service dogs are specially breed, socialized and trained from birth to 18 months when they begin their specialized service training. To properly train the dog to identify the scent and then work with a diabetic handler to properly alert, takes another 6 months to one year. That includes training the dog and the diabetic to become a successful alert team and also so that the dog can be properly accessed in public places.


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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10 Things Service Dog Handlers Want You to Know


Do you know the difference between a #ServiceDog, a #TherapyDog and an #EmotionalSupportAnimal? Here's a quick cheat sheet to understand the difference. All SDWR service dogs are protected under the ADA and are granted public access. Find out more about service dog law at


This is so true, so proud to have been part of a service dog in training