A Diabetic Alert Dog is a service animal trained to alert their handlers when their sugar is 80 & below or 180 & above. They provide support, security, & much more to those with diabetes, autism, or Down Syndrome.
The Drey’s program is an intense series of training sessions designed to prepare your DAD to alert with incredible accuracy. From hours old, your DAD is trained specifically for you!
Read about everything from alerts to every day life with a DAD from our happy clients! If you are trying to decide on a DAD, let our clients tell you why they are so pleased with our DADs!
Getting a life-saving diabetic alert dog can begin today!
You CAN afford an alert dog and it is as easy as contacting us so we can ascertain your specific needs. Don’t delay! Follow the link to get started.
Recently the Killeen Texas newspaper did a story on Brandon Jordan, a type-1 diabetic, diagnosed at 7 years old. Now 20, the last few years have been tough due to the sudden drops in his blood sugar level.read more
Thank u Suzi for being so persistent after breakfast!! Made this momma check her girl just to find Ava’s BG has risen higher than the norm for Ava after giving insulin for breakfast!! Suzi would not wait for long after alerting before she would alert again. Some may not understand that most times u have to wait for insulin to work but if ur sugar sniffer keeps at ya then check cause u may be in for a nasty drop in BG or on Ava’s case this morning an abnormal high BG.
In the car and Walmart for public access with Chief… Gavyn is really doing great and Chief alerted 2 highs and 2 lows today! It’s a learning experience but I’m very proud…
12+ hour days of training for Montana’s Assist Dog.. All I can say is wow!! We are all exhausted by the end if the day. Been very rewarding & very educational…
Chief under the table at Denny’s yesterday with Gavyn and I for breakfast. He did fabulous! We also went to Target where he did great as well. Gavyn loves this dog to pieces and we are so pleased that he has him! He will be leaving in 1 short week to school and I am still scared to death, but with his CGM and Chief I am hopeful that he will remain safe and that the coaches and other players will help keep an eye on him!!!