Deputy Chad Amara and his wife Christina's toddler son Ethan has been diagnosed with a dangerous form of juvenile diabetes, which requires injections and around-the-clock monitoring of his blood sugar levels. If his sugar levels drop too low, or rises too high, it could become a potentially fatal condition.
In addition to treatment, the family is in need of a specially trained service animal called a Diabetic Alert Dog [DAD}, which can detect the scent of chemical changes Ethan's body puts off alerting on an oncoming crisis.
Please join us on Saturday, June 28 when the Marlins host the Oakland Athletics at Marlins Park as we raise funds so Deputy Amara's family can acquire a Diabetic Alert Dog for Ethan. First pitch set for 4:10 p.m.
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