The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

The Americans with Disabilities Act requires that people with disabilities are allowed to bring their service/assistance dog onto the premises of public as well as privately owned business establishments. The dogs may accompany their owners into areas that are in general open to customer traffic. These places include: Restaurants, Retail Stores, Airplanes, Taxicabs, Theaters, Hotels, Sports Facilities, Concert Halls, etc.

Diabetic Alert Service Dogs are carefully trained to do the following: Scent changes for Hypoglycemia / Hyperglycemia, Breath scent changes, Alert the diabetic to take medication, Retrieve glucose/medication, Retrieve phone or dial 911.

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With their superior scenting abilities, a Diabetic Alert Service Dog can actually sense chemical changes taking place when blood sugar goes too high or low in a person with diabetes. These loyal and loving dogs are usually paired with an individual for life.

Diabetic Alert Service Dogs provide a safety net for an adult or child with diabetes by making sure that when a drop or raise in blood suguar occurs, the patient is immediately alerted to the life threatening situation.

For any wounded warrior, active duty or veteran, surviving with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Military Sexual Trauma (MST), and/or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in order to restore and improve the warrior's quality of life with a canine "Battle Buddy".


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Diabetic Alert

We can help a person living with diabetes live the life they were meant to live. The Inner Wag can train a Diabetic Alert Service Dog to take care of you or your loved ones special needs.

PTSD Service Dog

Provides for the training of a Medical Alert Service dog, as designated by the Americans with Disabilities Act

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