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Re: [IP] re:diabetic fears



In a message dated Tue, 5 Feb 2002 10:00:09 PM Eastern Standard Time, "maureentom" <email @ redacted> writes:

> something interesting i have seen on tv before, and i'm sure some of you
> have seen it too. diabetics who have a dog as a pet...and after awhile, the
> dog can actually sense when a low is coming on, and they try to alert their
> owner.  a dog could also give you a sense of security when you are alone.
> of course, not all dogs will bark when you are low, but there are some
> perceptive ones out there!
> 
> tom
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I have a lab as a pet and he will do just about anything to wake me up whn my sugar is low.  Last time he kept licking my face and would not let me go back to sleep.  He kept me out of the er.  
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