Demonstration is 2-3 hours long.
Cost: $75-90 depending on circumstances.
If over 10 miles mileage may be applied.
Email Kim at: Vetekchic@gmail.com or call at 602-359-3693
Upon completion you will receive a Veterinarian authorized Power Point, created by Kim, owner of Vetek Chic On Wheels on "how to give subcutaneous fluids to a dog or a cat" for further reference at home.
Easy, step by step instructions with real pictures, from assembly to completion.
Email now and schedule your own private One-On-One Session.
Demonstration is approximately 1 hour. You MUST have veterinarian prescribed supplies and insulin!
Length: between 1 and 1.5 hours
Email Kim at: Vetekchic@gmail.com
CLASS FOR PET SITTERS
This class will be open for you to ask any pet related questions on how to perform basic pet sitting requests such as toe nail trims, medicating a clients pet (with veterinarian prescribed medications only!), applying topical medications, ear cleaning and what to watch out for with your clients elderly pets or those pets whose quality of life is diminishing.
If you are a Pet Sitter and/or have Employees and would like to accommodate clients that request any of these services but you are not trained or qualified to do so then this is a good class for you to take!
Not only will your business make additional profit in areas you used to not be able to accommodate but you will also be further educated and able to spot potential medical concerns with your client's pets.
Class is 2 hours long and costs only $60. Must have at least 4 participants each class.
I have been a Veterinary Technician for over 24 yrs. This class is recommended for you and all of your employees. You will be taught how to deliver the procedures with accuracy and efficiency.
If you are a pet sitter who is currently administering insulin injections but DO NOT KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT DIABETES...... you should STOP!
Giving insulin without knowing anything about the actual disease can be deadly to your clients pet! It is important that you have thorough knowledge about diabetes before you accept a client whose pet requires insulin injections! Be responsible! Anyone can give an injection, but diabetes can be a complicated disease and you could be held liable if you cause further problems or death because you were not qualified to be administering the insulin due to lack of knowledge. It's not about administering an injection, it's about managing a serious disease!