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    lurker001 posted:
    I am not interested int these dogs for continuous glucose I wonder if insurance will pay to train or how to obtain these dogs or do i need to have big $$$
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    Debsbears responded:
    Lurker one of the person in my old complex who has a service got theirs own Paws with a cause.

    https://www.pawswithacause.org/

    I was told some insurances will help with the cost but it needs to be medically necessary. The person I'm talking about did get some financial help. She has to buy the food, get it to the vet and take care of all the expenses involved with owning a dog.
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