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  • The Member Stories section of our site is a place where members can submit the stories of their experiences as a person living with dysautonomia.  We also link to member stories that have appeared in our newsletter.  Please note that Member Stories are not edited by DINET and the views and beliefs expressed in the articles are strictly the views of the member.   Please note that the stories submitted are reviewed for content and should follow the guidelines of the site.  We do our best to publish each story submitted,  but publication is at DINET's discretion. If you would like to submit your story, please write to webmaster@dinet.org - include "member story" in the subject line. 

Featured Member: Lyndsie Neal


DINET Member Name:  videopaw
Lyndsie's hometown:  Anaheim, CA
Diagnosis:  POTS
website:  https://www.etsy.com/shop/SulleysSpotLyndsieNeal_portrait.thumb.jpeg.1bb0ba2c6bda6dae9fc9ac14afd44625.jpeg

In Lyndsie's words......

My name is Lyndsie and my service dog in training is Sulley. Sulley’s Spot was created after James P Sullivan aka Sulley. He is a labradane who will be a medical alert and mobility dog trained to assist me through the day. He is learning to pick up on changes in my heart rate and guide me to a safe place along with many other things. I am unable to leave the house without fear and Sulley has been a great help. He provides me with the security I need to go out in public independently.


Sulley’s Spot designs collars that are 1.5” and 2” wide created for medium to large breed dogs. All collars are handmade using heavy duty webbing and ribbon or fabric of your choice. If you don’t see something you like please let me know and I will do my best to find a pattern you like. 


Instagram @sulleysspot



Above photo:  Sulley, the pup that inspired it all.  Sulley is wearing one of the collars that Lyndsie makes.  Above also are two other collars made by Lyndsie.  These are just samples, check out her Etsy storefront to see them all.  And contact her if you don't see something that you want.  Lyndsie is happy to work with you directly.

Edited by edriscoll

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