Canines of Hope is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that will be supporting and counseling families on their fundraising journey for Diabetic Alert Dog. We also raise money to help send kids to Diabetes Awareness camp in Fenton, Mi. You can click here for more information about one of our favorite programs: Camp MIDICHA. We hope to help those living with Type 1 Diabetes live the best life, and raising money for these life saving dogs is just one of the ways we hope to make a difference! We are grateful to all of the businesses that continue to support our fundraising efforts, as this wouldn’t be possible without your donations!
If you are interested in making a donation in honor of one of our featured families, please use our secure Paypal link and simply add the person’s name in the ‘donation for’ box and we will send the donation directly to Alert Service Dogs to pay on their account.
You may also mail a check to: Canines of Hope 4911 Schneider Rd., Ann Arbor, Mi 48103 (checks payable to Canines of Hope)
ALL donations are tax deductible. You will get a mailed receipt, or you can print your Paypal receipt to keep for your tax records.
Thank you for your continued support!
For questions you can call- Michelle Redies President/Founder @ (734) 260-6737 or Leslie Naebeck (734) 255-7854 Founder.
(photo- Hudson, a 5 yr old black Labrador Retreiver that helps to keep her 8 yr old handler, Ella, within a safe blood sugar range)
Diabetic Alert Dogs are trained to smell the changes in a persons scent. These dogs can detect a change in a person’s blood sugar roughly 15-20 minutes before the glucose meter even shows that there is a problem. The dogs are trained to “alert” so the person knows there is a potential problem and allows them time to test and treat a high or low blood sugar before it becomes dangerous. These dogs are very expensive and take a long time to train, but ultimately they can save lives! We are very excited to introduce Canines of Hope and we are looking forward to expanding our website and our organization in hopes of touching the lives of the families here in our local community and around the country.