Comments on Diabetes-Alert Dogs Make a Difference

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ronnie root   myrtle beach, SC

10/28/2011 10:18:30 AM

i believe that a diabetic alert dog would help me in life because ive had diabeties for 14 yaers and we still have not completely got my blood sugar and a1c under control.i would like to know how to train my dog in this or have a dog placed in my home.

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Amy   Girard, PA

3/19/2011 9:57:13 AM

What a great program! Any information would so greatly be appreciated. My daughter is so nervous being at home with me! I believe having a service dog would improve our lives!

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Sarah   Van, TX

11/17/2010 6:10:00 PM

We were blessed to be one of the foundation families for the Diabetes Friendly Foundation. To read our daughter's story go to or look us up on Facebook at Where's Wuby?

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Mary   Hillsboro, OR

10/21/2010 10:49:33 AM

My Mom has had type 1 Diabetes since she was eleven years old and has struggled with sleeping through the night for as long as I can remember. She wakes up in a panic- sweaty, shakey and disorientated. My mom needs to feel safe in her own bed and feel the independence she deserves. I want to get her a dog, soon! She loves dogs, is an active woman, living on 24 acres in the counrty and needs to feel safe, in control of herself, and a dog with a mission like this would be befriended and valued immensly by our family and friends! We all know and worry for my mom's daily and nightly struggles. Having a constant companion, a diabetic alert dog, would ease the tention for all of us who care so much about her quality of life!

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Galadriel   Lothlorien, ME

9/4/2010 5:55:24 PM

What a nice read.


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Jo Ann   Lodgepole, NE

9/1/2010 7:26:01 PM

Dogs are truly amazing! There doesn't seem to be any limit on what a dog can sense, or how they help people!

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Cyndi   Klamath Falls, OR

8/31/2010 8:56:11 PM

What a great article. I am a diabetic and my dog Stormy is my alert dog. She not only alerts me but will also alert strangers. She's also a certified therapy dog. Taking her into a facility with the elderly is very interesting at times. She will try to alert the ones that are having problems.

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Stephanie   North Canton, OH

8/31/2010 6:56:37 PM


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Ashley   Cosby, TN

8/31/2010 6:58:27 AM

I'm also a Type 1 Diabetic on an insulin pump, and I would LOVE to have one of these dogs! Way to go!!

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Terry   Houston, TX

8/31/2010 5:35:11 AM

Nice article!


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