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This article first appeared in The Bark,
Issue 43: Jul/Aug 2007
Susan Lyte King is a California-based freelance writer.
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Submitted by Carol | August 18 2012 |

Would like to know more details, cost etc. How would someone go about getting one?

Submitted by Daniela Lopez | August 20 2012 |

Please visit dogs4diabetics.com for more information.

Submitted by paula mount | January 3 2013 |

My daughter is 32and has type 1 diabetes. She has adopted17 kids and given birth to 1 child. She is having problems with lows. Her husband has had to call an EMS twice and there have been many other close calls. How does someone get a dog and what is the price?

Submitted by Susan Bowen | November 16 2013 |

I have had Type 1 diabetes for 42 years. How nice it would be to have an alert dog with me every where I go. Had a wreck in 1997 due to a low and have had to many lows while driving even though I test my blood glucose real often. I would like information on how to get an alert dog and the cost. Thank you.

Submitted by paula mount | January 3 2013 |

My daughter is 32and has type 1 diabetes. She has adopted17 kids and given birth to 1 child. She is having problems with lows. Her husband has had to call an EMS twice and there have been many other close calls. How does someone get a dog and what is the price?

Submitted by David Shoopman | September 23 2013 |

I want to buy a service dog for type 1 diabetes. I live in Greenwood, Indiana. How do I get a service dog like this. Thanks

Submitted by Anonymous | August 24 2012 |

Hello,
I am so thankful I found this article. I have been searching for an organization like yours. My boyfriend is 38 and has been insulin dependent diabetic since he was 6. He takes impeccable care of himself but has a very active job and as he has gotten older his blood sugar has gotten harder to stabilize despite checking it at least 7 times a day. We live in Louisiana. Is it possible to apply for a dog there and what is the final cost for one? By the way he would take such great care of one!!! Thanks so much. Sincerely

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