Training with Tim

22 Mar 2013

Gotta love these… Great job Tim and training staff !! Dear Dan, I have finally found the time to email you an update about Coal and our training with Tim. I have to let you know how overwhelmed with joy we are with Coal. Not only is he proving to be a great alerter, his […]

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Ashton and Scooby

1 Mar 2013

  Another Amazing Friday Story from a wonderful family, Heather Chesnut , Thank you for sharing Heather !   This dog has changed Ashton’s life (and ours too). Ashton’s blood sugar is under control for the first time ever. (He was always in the 200s before – when he bothered to check at all – […]

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Tzaylie and OJ

22 Feb 2013

We would like to share a story with you all from last week. This story comes from Patty, an adult Type 1 Diabetic with one of our Diabetic Alert Dogs! Tzaylie has been hard at work, yet again.(Yes, she’s had her share of naps, but she has EARNED them!) Today my sugars kept her on […]

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13 Feb 2013

Diabetes isn’t always viewed as very threatening, for those with Type 1 it is truly a monster. The dreaded lows (hypoglycemia) can cause seizures, coma, and death. Service Dogs by SDWR can tell their owners when a low is approaching. For Kinz and her mom that is exactly what their Service Dog, Elvis did . […]

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Puppy Love

2 Feb 2013

Love is in the air with less than two weeks till Valentines day. This year for Valentines we would like to encourage you all to celebrate a different kind of love, Puppy Love! Today’s story features Ralpha who has started the year off with Magic, not just any magic, the Magic, a cruise ship. I […]

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Diagnosis from a Dog

25 Jan 2013

If you’ve ever met someone with an invisible disability one of the first questions you might ask them is “How did you get it?” and then you would want to know “How did you know you had it?” Today’s story is going to focus on Diabetes, which like many invisible disabilities does not have a […]

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Allyson & Lennon

22 Jan 2013

Today we bring you the story of Allyson and Lennon. Lennon is a Diabetic Alert Dog from our program. Diabetic Alert Dogs have become a growing trend among families who fear what will happen when their children go to bed at night. What happens when those kids grow up and go off to college? Allyson […]

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Exceeded All Expectations!

14 Jan 2013

Good Morning Dan! Last night was bittersweet watching Phoebe leave. Bitter because Phoebe is already like part of our family, she is tallented at what she does and formed an immediate bond with our family, most importantly a bond with Skye. It was sweet because by the time she left we were more than confident […]

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Disinger Family

14 Jan 2013

Dan, We were very very very pleased to have had Jen and Noah come to our home. She delivered Nevaeh and Sierra had no idea she was coming early. Hed training skills/techniques are amazing. Soon as she took Nevaeh out of the car Sierra held her and she alerted immediately. She was high and has […]

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Always There

13 Jan 2013

Living with an invisible disability is hard on not only the person who has it, but those that care for them as well. Today we would like to start our day off with a story from a mother whose hardest part of letting go as her daughter grew up wasn’t the fear that her daughter […]

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