Pills/liquid medication – $2 per day
Injection based medications: $4 per day
Sub-Q Fluids: $10 per session
Supplements – No charge
Topical Medications and creams –$2 per day
All special needs animals are welcome. In the field of veterinary medicine medicine I am very experienced. I ran a cat rescue for 4 years and saw everything under the sun. An added bonus is that I also have a nursing assistant background. So have no worries if I need to inject insulin, give medication or give sub-q fluids I am confident, quick and very understanding of the animals needs.
Don't worry if your animal have incontinence issues. I'm not scared of a mess and usually pet parents have the toileting issues mastered ie pee pads/assisting with litter box/diapers etc.
My home is Safe for special needs animals. I do have stairs but I will gate them if needed. I also have carpet in sections of my home. If needed I can devote a room in my home to your animal for the duration of the stay.
I have a special needs cats Baby who has Cerebella hypoplasia causes jerky movements, tremors and generally uncoordinated motion. So basically Baby walks like a drunk and uses pee pads instead of a litter box and eats her food like a bird with a pecking motion.
Baby Sleeps in the funniest positions and absolutely loves to cuddle. Baby is vaccinated, spayed and negative for FIV/FELV. Don't worry her condition is not contagious.