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Diabetic Alert Dog Vest
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Diabetic Alert Dog Vest for Small Dogs
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Diabetic Alert Dog Padded Vest
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Diabetic Alert Dog Mesh Vest
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"Diabetic Alert Dog - Access Required" Service Dog Vest Patch
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Diabetic Alert Dog PVC ID Badge - 2 Sided - Star of Life
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"Diabetic Alert Dog - Access Required" Identification Patch Tag
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A Diabetic Alert Dog can be invaluable to someone who is living with diabetes. This type of Service Dog allows an individual to achieve a higher level of independence and can improve ones the quality of life.

Diabetes Dogs are specifically trained to alert their partner in advance of low or high blood sugar levels before they reach dangerous levels.

High and low sugar levels release chemicals in the body. People cannot detect these smells but trained Diabetic Service Dogs can. When a Diabetes Dog detects these odors he will alert his partner with specific signals that may include licking, pawing, barking, nudging or even retrieving a blood glucose meter. Alert dogs will also monitor their owners levels while they are sleeping and will awaken them if they sense a shift in blood sugar levels.

A DAD is considered a service animal under the Americans Disabilities Act (ADA). Under this law the dog must be “individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability”

As a service animal they are allowed to accompany their handler in places dogs may not normally be welcome. As long as a Service Animal is well behaved and under control they have access rights in shopping malls, restaurants, grocery stores, hotels and even hospitals. It is important to note that a DAD may alert their handler of distress by barking so it is not to be immediately assumed the animal is being disruptive.

Service Dogs are also protected under the Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA) which prohibits discrimination on the basis of a disability for air travel and requires airlines to accommodate passengers with Service Animals. Under this law airlines may not charge additional fees to passengers traveling with Service Animals.


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