Help EAC End 2021 Strong!

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Your Support Saves Lives.

What a year it has been.

With your support, we can end it stronger than ever. Will you help?

For more than a decade, Early Alert Canines (EAC) has worked to advance our mission to improve the health, safety, and well-being of people with insulin-dependent diabetes through partnerships with certified low blood sugar alert dogs.

With your help, we can reach our year-end goal and begin 2022 stronger than ever!

EAC Diabetic Alert Dogs provide real and measurable help for people with diabetes. Hypoglycemia is an inevitable and acute side-effect of insulin therapy that can lead to severe medical problems including coma and death! It is imperative for people with diabetes to receive the earliest warning possible when their blood glucose is dropping.

Though modern medical technology makes it possible to regularly test and verify blood sugar levels, there are many times when such checks are problematic or even impossible - during sleep, for example, or intense exercise, school, work, or business meetings. Early Alert Canines are always on alert for their insulin-dependent partners, ready to warn them about critical changes in their blood sugar levels.

EAC is an organization that serves a diverse community of clients, staff, volunteers, partners, and donors, representing different races, religions, ethnicities, ages, and gender identities. All EAC clients share the challenge of managing a life-threatening disease, and it's our privilege to provide them with individualized support to improve their quality of life. We cultivate a non-judgmental and welcoming environment focused on helping each client feel supported and celebrated for what makes them unique.

For someone with insulin-dependent diabetes, these dogs are more than just a best friend - they are life-savers and life-changers. We are proud to work in partnership with other established nonprofit organizations such as Canine Companions and Guide Dogs for the Blind, as well as small and local businesses that support our mission.

We invite you to visit our website to learn more: Early Alert Canines Website

Your support makes it possible for new recruits like Huey (seen below) to have the food, supplies, veterinary care, and training he needs to become a Diabetic Alert Dog.


Thanks to your generosity, clients like Chrystal (see video below) will find their life-saving Early Alert Canine partner.