Locally trained service dogs help diabetics

By Tala Goudarzi 

A Carrboro center trains service dogs for people with a variety of needs, including diabetes. (Tala Goudarzi/Carolina Connection)

People with Type One diabetes have to constantly check their blood sugar levels. They usually wear body sensors or prick their fingers with glucose monitors.

But in addition to these traditional alert methods… some are turning to a furrier and friendlier option.

Tala Goudarzi reports.

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