Before and After: photos of EAC’s new facility

Early Alert Canines is thrilled to share these before and after photos of our new facility on Challenge Drive in Concord, CA.

Before the Renovation photos:

Early Alert Canine's training room

Our future training room, before

Early Alert Canines' lobby area

The lobby area, before the renovation

Early Alert Canines' Training Room, before the renovation

Early Alert Canines' Training Room, before the renovation

Early Alert Canines' Volunteer Office, Before the renovation

EAC's Volunteer Office, before the renovation

After the Renovation photos:

Early Alert Canines' new lobby, after the renovation

The lobby, after the renovation

Early Alert Canines' newly renovated lobby

EAC's newly renovated lobby

Early Alert Canines' newly renovated training room

EAC's newly renovated training room

Early Alert Canines' Volunteer Office Space, after the renovation

EAC's post-renovation volunteer office space

We hope you’ll stop by and take a look for yourself!

Kade is Early Alert Canines’ newest trainee

Kade, Early Alert Canines diabetic alert dog, a male yellow Labrador RetrieverHi! I’m Kade. I’ve been selected as a candidate for service training as a diabetic alert dog. Early Alert Canines is a non-profit organization that provides trained alert dogs to children and people with diabetes. A fully trained Early Alert Canine can give a signal when he smells low or dropping blood sugar, which allows the diabetic avoid dangerous low blood sugars. These dogs are provided to the diabetic free of charge.

Early Alert Canines is developing their training center in Concord, and is raising funds to achieve this goal. I am eager to start my formal training but I can’t do this until the facility is completed. I hope you will agree that this is a very special organization so I’m giving all 4 paws to the cause. I’ve seen the difference that alert dogs make in the lives of their partners.

I hope you can help, but if not please let all your BFFs know about this fundraiser. I promise that I will work very hard and do my very best to learn my new job. I am ready to be a loyal, loving, and vigilant partner!

Love & Licks,

Kade

Early Alert Canines’ sneak peek on June 25th

Early Alert Canines logoEarly Alert Canines is in the process of upgrading its new office space at 1641 Challenge Drive in Concord, California. This Saturday, June 25th, come visit our offices for a sneak peek of what’s to come. Once the upgrade is complete, we can begin training our diabetic alert dogs in preparation for their partnerships with insulin-dependent diabetics!

Come by between 1pm and 3pm for a peek at our office and training space and check up on our progress.

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