Watch the World Famous, Eye Opening, Myth Vs. Reality Webinar on Diabetic Alert Dogs
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Participant Testimonial: What an amazing webinar. Very informative. I learned a lot!
This webinar was originally broadcast on August 8th 2012. We had attendees from all over the United States, Canada and even some in India. The email response from this webinar flooded our email box and a week later we are still trying to sort it.
In this webinar you will hear from the director of training and behavior at Service Dog Academy and Diabetic Alert Dog University, and find out what’s real when it comes to diabetic alert dogs (and other types of medical alert dogs). You’ve heard all about them in the media, you’ve seen how they can save lives, now hear the rest of the story in this free webinar hosted by Mary McNeight, CPDT-KA, CCS, BGS, Seattle, Washington’s renowned diabetic and medical alert dog trainer.
Diabetic Alert Dogs: Myth vs. Reality will reveal the truth behind myths such as:
- A diabetic alert dog will either require you to test less often or not test at all
- Diabetic alert dogs can only be trained for type 1 diabetics
- A diabetic alert dog that costs $20,000 is better than one I train myself
- I can get a free diabetic alert dog
- Alert dogs under six months of age are not reliable alerters
- A diabetic alert dog will catch all my lows and highs
Mary will be sharing her expertise, and taking the presentation featured at the 2012 American Diabetes Association Expo, Diabetic Alert Dogs: Myth Vs. Reality to the comfort of your own home.
Facebook Review Participant Testimonial: I am a dog trainer from India, it’s so difficult to come by useful and authentic information and help with this kind of training! Thanks again!
As you will learn from the free webinar, it takes a lot of dedication to train your own diabetic alert dog. In this webinar you will find out the truth about what Mary’s own students have had to say about their diabetic alert dogs, and training at Service Dog Academy.
So what are you waiting for? Learn the facts no other diabetic alert dog trainer wants to tell you!