Diabetic Alert Dogs, Hypo Alert Dog Training Services
Diabetic Service Dogs, Diabetes Alert Dogs, Hypo Alert Dogs
Diabetic Service Dogs,
also known as Diabetic Alert Service
Dogs and Hypo Alert Service Dogs trained by Canines 4 Hope can help a person living
with diabetes live the life they were meant to live.
Canine 4 Hope can train a Diabetic Service Dog to
take care of you or your loved one's special needs.
With their superior
scenting abilities, Diabetic Service Dogs can actually
sense chemical changes taking place when blood sugar
goes too high or low in a person with diabetes. These
loyal and loving dogs are usually paired with an
individual for life.
Diabetic Service Dogs are carefully trained to do the
- recognize the
scent changes of hypoglycemia (low blood sugar)
- recognize breath
scent changes of high blood sugar
- alert diabetic to
- retrieve glucose
- retrieve phone or
The above tasks
represent what an Diabetic Service Dog is capable of performing. Each
Diabetic Alert service dog is specifically trained to their owners personal needs based on their medical condition and may or may not include the
above tasked described.
Diabetic Alert Service
Dogs provide a safety net for an Adult or Child with
diabetes by making sure that when a drop or rise in
blood sugar occurs, the patient is immediately alerted
to the life threatening situation.
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have about our Diabetic Alert Service Dogs and Hypo
Alert Service Dog Training
Services. We will be glad to answer any questions you
Diabetes Hypo Alert Dog
daughter Allison is eighteen years old and was diagnosed
with juvenile diabetes at the age of twelve. She has
been taking insulin for the past six years, but still
suffers from low blood sugar attacks that often lead to
grand mal seizures. Needless to say Allison’s episodes
are very frightening for all of us. She wears an early
warning device that will alert her of changes in her
blood sugar, but occasionally the device does not work
Bedtime is a very
stressful time for Alison and our family. Allison’s
blood sugar can and has dropped during the night causing
her to have a seizure. There is also the risk of Alison
falling into a diabetic coma. We decided as a family
that we needed a second line of defense for Allison,
especially when she is alone or going to sleep. We
discovered research about a “Hypo-Alert Dog.” A Hypo-
Alert dog is trained to detect changes in a persons
blood sugar levels by their scent. Fortunately, Our
family dog Ringo qualified for the type of service
training we needed. Ringo is a two year old hound mix
with just the right temperament and intelligence for
service dog training.
Ringo went for several
weeks of training with Canines 4 Hope. We live in close proximity to his facility
so a Canines 4 Hope service dog trainer came to our house twice a week until Ringo's
training was completed. It has now been four months
since Ringo finished his
service dog training, and he
has alerted Allison on three occasions to a blood sugar
drop of less than forty.
Our family is now able to sleep soundly at night. The
additional confidence Ringo now provides gives us the
second line of defense we so desired. Allison is going
to school in the fall and we have received permission
from the University for Ringo to accompany her. Making
Ringo a service dog is the single best decision we have
made for our daughter.
Canines 4 Hope is
located in Palm City, Palm Beach County, and The
Treasure Coast of Florida. Our Diabetes Alert Dog,
Diabetic Service Dog Training services
are available to clients nationwide.