Gemma and Polo

Gemma and Polo

Gemma & Polo I can’t imagine life without him. Gemma was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes a month before her third birthday. Although Gemma was lucky enough to receive an insulin pump, she battled with poor hypoglycaemic awareness. This is when her blood sugar...
Nikki and Flash

Nikki and Flash

Nikki & Flash Super dog Flash to the rescue Nikki was only 9 when she was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. Her body simply stopped producing insulin to control her blood glucose levels. This condition was to take control of the whole family’s life for years. Her...
Claire and Pal

Claire and Pal

Claire & Pal “Pal has not only improved my quality of life, my diabetes is much better controlled.” Claire and Medical Alert Assistance Dog Pal on BBC South EastPublished on 18 April 2019 A Kent children’s author Gerald Smythe’s “Barking Mad” is about a Diabetes...
Steven and Molly

Steven and Molly

Steven & Molly Molly is a very clever, cuddly and loving dog who makes our lives so much better. Steven, from Ambrosden, near Bicester, was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at the age of 3, a condition that has been difficult to keep under control. After a chance...
Archie and Domino

Archie and Domino

Archie & Domino Before Domino we were in a void. You’d be forgiven for thinking that this was just another happy, healthy child with his four-legged companion. But you’d be wrong because the little boy has diabetes and the dog is his life-saver. A long-awaited...

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