Training Your Diabetic Alert Dog

Training your Diabetic Alert Dog


 Rita has over 30 years professional training experience, over 20 years of scent dog experience and is the co-founder of 3 non-profit dog organizations. She is a Professional member of APDT, IAADP, CPDT, Past board member of South Bay Trainers and actively helps with several breed rescue groups. She says :” I am fortunate in having a job that gives me great pleasure. There is little as rewarding as working with a person with a disability and watching the development of a working team. Dogs are so very capable and willing to help their caretaker with special needs. My joy is watching new teams develop and succeed, all while having fun.”

 The Scent of Safety. You can harness dogs’ amazing sense of smell to manage your diabetes. Many dogs can perform this life-saving task, but they must be trained if you are to produce a reliable diabetic alert service dog (DAD).

  The goal of this 2-hour seminar is to provide information to medical professionals and the general public who are familiar with the challenges that accompany diabetes, but may not be familiar with the service that diabetic alert dogs provide, public access work, and additional tasks for DAD’s

 DATE: Frid. Sep 20th 2013 – 6:00pm to 8:00 pm

LOCATION: Queens Hospital Auditorium, Honolulu



 For more information or questions please contact:

Marie-Gabrielle Selarque CPDT-KA

Pro-Dog Hawaii

CGC Evaluator, TDI evaluator

Phone: (808) 783 4788