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Training Your Diabetic Alert Dog Paperback – February 22, 2013
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About the Author
Rita Martinez, CPDT-KA Over 30 years’ experience training dogs in obedience, hunting, search and rescue (tracking, air scent, human remains and water), Co-founder of two non-profit organizations involving specialized human remains detection dogs, Trainer/Owner of Clickin’ Canines, LLC. The business works with dog/handler teams incorporating hearing, assistance and medical alert dogs, Frequent speaker with trainer groups and other service dog organizations wishing to become proficient with the training of diabetic alert dogs for placement. Sue Barns, Ph.D. Service dog trainer for Assistance Dogs of the West (Santa Fe, NM), Diabetic Alert Dog program founder, Over 20 years’ experience training dogs for search and rescue (tracking, air scent and human remains), obedience, hunting, therapy, and assistance work. Training Director for obedience, hunting retriever, and search and rescue groups Instructor for public dog training classes, search and rescue seminars and assistance dog training classes for students and clients, Research scientist and assistant professor (Biology; retired).
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The only thing I laughed about in the book was, dogs like Boston terrier, Pugs, or short nosed breeds are not good at reading diabeties. This is my 3rd Boston, and my 2nd one that alerts me to the lows, without offical training. In the past 3 months he has woke me at night, my blood sugar was 49, 36, and 59.
Boston's make great service dogs(DADs).
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