Diabetic Alert Dog Training: How to collect saliva samples for training.

Here we teach you how to appropriately collect low and high blood sugar level saliva in order to train a diabetic alert service dog. Making sure to keep everything sterile and clean in crucial to giving the dog the highest success chances in recognizing the correct oder.

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