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Unread 01-05-2008, 09:19 AM   #1
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Service dog are helpful in so may different ways. They are most commonly used for the blind and the hearing impaired, Police K-9 .

But have you ever seen these dogs work. there amazing. We started a Foundation that we hope that people will benefit from. How long do you think service dog for epilepsy have been out? and what about diabetes?
The anwser is twenty years for epilepsy and just five years for diabetes. Then we have dog that can detect cancer, mobility, but this is just a short list.

Awareness K-9 Foundation Inc we know how dogs react to the chemical imbalance in out bodies. We also understand not all dog can be service dogs and the same for people. But there are so may different thing the you can use like go to your local fire station and get what they call the file of life card. This will help out when they have to come to the house. This file of life card can help anyone with a lot of illnesses, and the fire dept. looks for these card.

We hope this information will help you and keep you safe.

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