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Re: [IP] training dog to sense reasctions, was Sue's profile



My Yorkie will wake me up in the middle of the night if I am having a low blood
sugar.  Dogs are amazing.

Jennifer Sutherland wrote:

> 2 pommies, and 2 mixes....The Poms get right up on my chest, making
> "mmmmmrrrrrffff! mmmmmmmfffff! rrrrrrrrrr!" noises to get me up (and my BG's
> at around fifty).
> One night, (Yes, I was stooooooopid) I changed sites before bed...reeeeally,
> reeeeally DUMB!...and guess I got into a bit of scar tissue.  The poms and
> the Terrier mix were all over me, licking my face and walking on me,
> barking, about 3 hours later...I woke up to a result of 487 and felt like
> H***.
> Took a sub-Q of 8 units and changed sites.
> GOOD DOGGIES!!!
> They've never been trained to do this.
> Pommy Mommy.
> Jenny S.
>
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