Nowhere in the assistance dog world have there been more problems than with medical alert dogs – most always for seizures and diabetes – and where children are involved as the potential candidate for a dog. Nowhere. Those two things often overlap – many times it’s been a dog for a child with those issues. And you need to be very careful if you are looking for one, or to support a place that trains them.
Given all the interest in diabetic alert dogs of late (not that there already wasn’t a ton of … Read More