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Re: [IP] feeling low....
A dogs ability to sense a low comes from within..it isn't a thing that can
be trained. Once you find a dog that can sense a low you can the train it
for what you want it to do to help you.
Service animals are not required by the ADA to be certified. There are 2
service dog lists that can give you alot of info. I will email this to you
Ginny who had a siezure alert dog and has SD in training for other tasks.
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At 02:17 PM 11/18/1999 -0500, you wrote:
>so, i've been feeling low for several hours.... i keep checking, but i've
>been stable between 100 and 160 since 10:30 this morning... (at 8:30 i was
>237, which i think was from the lovely hormone rush i got "frolicking"
>last night...) so, why do i keep feeling out of it? is there anything i
>can do? bleh.. first i start experiencing hypo unawareness, and now
>pseudo-hypos... (is that what the technical term would be?) also.... if
>i were to decide to get a dog, i might like to try to train him/her to
>recognize my lows/highs, as i'm getting less and less reliable.....
>anyone have ideas on how one might go about doing this? (i have no idea,
>particularly as i don't often notice my own early symptoms....) if i did
>manage to train a dog to do this, would it be possible to get it certified
>as an assistance dog? (that would really solve my problem of worrying
>about taking the T and stuff...) just looking for some feedback...
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