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Thursday, April 11, 2013

In Jasper TX, Diabetic Alert Dog Training Offered By Top Company

By Sherwin Albao

Jasper diabetic dogs can help people live more independent, healthy lives. Regardless of whether a patient is suffering from Type 1 or 2 diabetes, a specially-trained canine can offer valuable, reliable services. Diabetic Alert Dogs (DAD) have the ability to notify patients or family members if blood sugar levels become too high or low. In addition to monitoring health, these service animals offer devotion, love, and companionship.

The nose of a canine is remarkably sensitive, and accurate. Approximately 1/8 of a canine's brain is devoted to processing its olfactory input. Doctors estimate the canine sense of smell is a-thousand times more sensitive than the human sense of smell. About 225 million scent receptors are located within the canine nose. By comparison, only 5 million are located within a person's nose.

When a patient experiences a hypoglycemic or hyperglycemic event, the body releases some very subtle odors. These scents may be excreted in pulmonary vapors, or through urine, sweat, and saliva. A person cannot discern these subtle scents. However, the canine's olfactory perceptions can easily detect them from the surrounding environment.

In addition to providing alerts when blood sugar levels fluctuate, these intelligent animals can be trained to provide other services. For example, they may be trained to retrieve glucose tablets, carbohydrate snacks, and blood glucose meters.

The ADA (American Disabilities Act) has granted public access to all service animals. This includes all facilities which allow customers to enter. Examples include hotels, shopping malls, health clubs, public transportation, doctor's offices, schools, restaurants, and grocery stores. The service animal can be easily identified by its special vest which features unique patches, and by its service ID card.

At the age of one or two, the Jasper diabetic dogs are ready to be placed with individuals. There may be several breeds available. They include Poodles, mixed-breed sporting dogs, Labrador Retrievers, and Golden Retrievers. These canines are specially screened for their trainability, exceptional scenting capacity, and temperament.

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