Talia E

My s first sentence was "sit dog sit" and I have been training and working with dogs ever...

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My s first sentence was \"sit dog sit\" and I have been training and working with dogs ever since! My family has raised, bred, or trained dogs, horses, African Grey Parrots, other birds, hawks, goats, sheep, donkeys, and more. While I have had experience training dogs and other animals for a multitude of tasks, the most important training I have done was of my DAD or Diabetic Alert Dog. I have type one diabetes, and after several nights of serve lows, I got Maple and began self-training her to alert me. She barks, scratches, and even \'gets help\' if I go low in the middle of the night. She also alerts me in public/while I am out. I am currently training her to alert for \'highs\' as well. If you have any questions about diabetic alert dogs, or managing diabetes, please feel free to contact me I have also done obedience training with large and small dogs (breeds including Jack Russel Terriers, Airedale Terriers, German Shepherds, Akitas, Huskies, Chows, and several mixed breeds). Dogs are my first love, but I am comfortable and experienced with other kinds of pets, and can be available to exercise or groom as while as train. I have made pet foods using whole, balanced ingredients, and am just starting a line of pet biscuits specially designed for use during training. Visit my website: http://....com for more information! I have had and trained dogs almost all my life. I have also had and trained horses, including training them to be ridden, and working with skittish horses. I've had experience with a multitude of other animals including larger farm animals such as pigs, cows, and goats and sheep. I have just trained a diabetic alert dog, Maple, who consistently wakes me up at night if my blood sugar drops too low, as well as alerting me during the day and in public. I am a Type One Diabetic, and I think a dog is a great option for anyone sometimes unaware of going low, or who tends to go low late at night--Maple has already saved my life more than once. If you have, or know, someone with diabetes and would like to find out more information about how DADs are trained, or what exactly they do, feel free to message me. Because of the intensive training needed for these type of dogs, as well as past experience with large and small dogs, I am comfortable offering obedience training and improving skills need for public access.

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