10 ways a diabetic alert dog can change your life.  1. A Sense of security. Those with disabilities tend to feel vulnerable. Living with diabetes can be isolating and scary. Whether you live alone, or you’re afraid of your child being away from you, a Diabetic Alert Dog provides essential alerts and security.  To learn more, visit our blog.

10 ways a diabetic alert dog can change your life. 1. A Sense of security. Those with disabilities tend to feel vulnerable. Living with diabetes can be isolating and scary. Whether you live alone, or you’re afraid of your child being away from you, a Diabetic Alert Dog provides essential alerts and security. To learn more, visit our blog.

Living a balanced life as a Diabetic or diabetes care taker isn’t always easy. With the unconditional support of a Diabetic Alert Dog, that balance becomes a possibility. SDWR’s alert dogs for diabetics provide the stability, safety and support that more Diabetics desire in their life.

Living a balanced life as a Diabetic or diabetes care taker isn’t always easy. With the unconditional support of a Diabetic Alert Dog, that balance becomes a possibility. SDWR’s alert dogs for diabetics provide the stability, safety and support that more Diabetics desire in their life.

Probably useful info, but I'd leave this activity to a professional diabetic alert dog trainer.

Probably useful info, but I'd leave this activity to a professional diabetic alert dog trainer.

Watch our Diabetic Alert Dog testimonial videos. Hear, in our client's own words, how a dog can change your life.

Watch our Diabetic Alert Dog testimonial videos. Hear, in our client's own words, how a dog can change your life.

1. There are two different levels of service dogs for people with diabetes, medical response dogs and diabetic alert dogs.Medical response dogs for diabetes are trained to respond to signs that an owner may be experiencing low blood sugar levels, once they have become symptomatic. A diabetic ale

1. There are two different levels of service dogs for people with diabetes, medical response dogs and diabetic alert dogs.Medical response dogs for diabetes are trained to respond to signs that an owner may be experiencing low blood sugar levels, once they have become symptomatic. A diabetic ale

4-year-old Sadie has Down Syndrome and diabetes. But she also has Hero, her diabetic alert dog. And what this furry angel did for his tiny human is amazing!

4-year-old Sadie has Down Syndrome and diabetes. But she also has Hero, her diabetic alert dog. And what this furry angel did for his tiny human is amazing!

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