About Early Alert Canines

Early Alert Canines is a non-profit organization providing diabetic alert dogs at no charge to insulin-dependent diabetics. These medical alert dogs provide early notification to their partners to help them avoid dangerously low levels of blood sugar. We hope you will stay on our blog or visit our website about our diabetic alert dogs to learn more about us.

Early Alert Canines dogs with young boys

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  1. Sheryl Wahl

     /  October 21, 2012

    I have a grandchild that was diagnosed at te age of 3! He is now in the 4th grade and wears a insuin pump, but is unstable. At school on Friday his numbers droped to mid 40’s then in the evening it was up. But low numbers for most of the week. How much are these dogs? His older brother dragged him home last winter, he had passed out. It has left him worrying and aways asking his little brother if he is ok. If there is any way to get one of these special dogs for my grandson, it would take a lot of stress off the whole family. Please let me know what I need to do. Thank yuo so much. Sheryl Wahl sherylwahl@yahoo.com 509-539-1303

    • Dear Sheryl,

      We invite you take a look at our website http://www.earlyalertcanines.org which outlines how your grandson’s family can qualify for a free dog. There they can also fill out the application to begin the process of applying for a dog.

      I noticed that your area code indicated that you live in Washington, we currently serve diabetics in California and Oregon due to the follow up that we do with the person at their home.

      Should you have any questions that are not addressed on the site you can email us or call 925-349-5190.

      Thank you for your interest in Early Alert, we look forward to hearing from you.


      EAC Volunteer


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