Early Alert Canines
Health and WellnessNon-Profit Organization
Open to the public: Monday through Thursday, 10 am to 3 pm
Willow Pass Exit from 680 Freeway, to Franquette Avenue, to Challenge Drive
Early Alert Canines' diabetic alert dogs provide real and measurable help for diabetics. Hypoglycemia is an inevitable and acute side-effect of insulin therapy that can lead to severe medical problems including coma and death, so it is imperative for diabetics to receive the earliest warning possible when their blood glucose is dropping.
Though modern medical technology makes it possible for a diabetic to regularly test and verify his or her own blood sugar levels, there are many times when such checks are problematic or even impossible; during sleep, for example, or during intense exercise, school work, or business meetings.
Early Alert Canines are always on alert for their insulin-dependent partners, ready to warn them about critical changes in their blood sugar levels. These dogs are more than just a diabetic's best friend; they are life-savers and life-changers.
We are proud to work in partnership with other established nonprofit organizations such as Canine Companions for Independence and Guide Dogs for the Blind, as well as small and local businesses that support our mission.
Early Alert Canines is an incorporated 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our tax ID is #27-4237968. Operating as an independent, non-profit charitable organization. Early Alert Canines is not affiliated with Dogs for Diabetics, Inc.