Here’s another diabetes alert dog training non-profit: http://www.earlyalertcanines.org
Unfortunately, due to higher demand than supply, they restrict their placements to west coast US states.
This website has the full details of one man’s quest to get a diabetes alert dog:
I’ve lived with a hypo-alert dog for five years. I’ve never had a dog before my current dog. It is by far, one of the best things I’ve done for myself. My dog is a great alerter but he’s not perfect. That’s fine with me. He gets a large percentage of my lows but I also use frequent fingersticks and a CGM. I’m a big proponent of multiple redundant systems when it comes to personal safety.
I live alone. The emotional support and companionship my dog freely gives me surprised me with its consistency and intensity. The loyalty and love are palpable.
Feel free to private message me if you have any questions.