In response to the COVID-19 outbreak I will not currently be offering any "elective" services such as bathing, nail trims, ear cleaning, etc.. Following the current mandates I will continue to provide only "services for essential services" for clients with those immediate needs. On a case-by-case basis, I will consider providing assistance with medical-needs pets, and for those for whom travel is unavoidable. I will adhere to social-distancing recommendations and will take all other effective safety precautions when entering clients homes and handling their animals. Please let's all do our best to practice kindness and follow the current shelter-at-home mandates. Let's also keep the conversation going about all the other ways in which we can support and protect one another. I'm here for you. Thank you, and stay safe and healthy out there!
My mission is to provide:
Kind and compassionate caregiving for your pets in their own home
Reliable medical and non-medical pet care services
Custom-tailored care packages with discounts for multiple pets and services
Skilled handling of small animals and exotics, having worked with them for over 20 years
A commitment to treat you, your pets, and your home with care and respect
Positive training reinforcement on walks and during playtime
Peace of mind knowing that I'm a Licensed Veterinary Technician, Certified in Small Animal First Aid and CPR, a Certified Professional Dog Walker trough Dog*Biz, and insured through Pet Sitters Associates, LLC
Initial consult is free! I value the opportunity to introduce myself to you and to meet your pets. The pricing on the list of services below is a great place to start, but if you have multiple pets and/or want multiple services during the same house call, I can custom tailor a plan that includes discounts. So let's set up a time to meet and talk about your family's needs. References gladly furnished upon request.
Medical House Call Services:
Regular house call fee $20 (normal business hours are 8AM to 5PM)
Urgent/Emergency house call fee $40 (contacting me after 5PM for same day service)
Administer medication $5
Give an injection $10
Assisted feeding $15
SQ fluid administration $15
Brush teeth $10
Cat nail trim $10
Dog nail trim $15
Dremel nails after clipping $10
Ear cleaning or flush $10
Wound care and/or drain flush (including hot compresses) $20
Bandage change (not including bandaging supplies) $20
Bathing starting at $30
(If special medicated shampoo is needed you supply)
*towel dry only, no clipping or grooming
Anal gland expression $25
**Discounts are given for treating multiple pets and/or multiple services performed during one house call visit.
**Will help treat pets and give medications prescribed only by a veterinarian.
Non-Medical House Call Services:
**No overnight services available**
Drop-in Pet Sitting Services:
30 minutes $25
- 1 hour of interaction $30
- 2 hours of interaction $50
- 3 hours of interaction $60
- Please inquire about pricing availability for 4+ hours
Drop-in visits include:
Feeding, cleanup of pet waste and other pet-related messes, attention through play and/or exercise. For dogs: playing ball/other games, or a "Regular" dog walk. If your dog needs a "Training" or "Reactive" dog walk additional fees may apply. For cats: play with toys, lap time and/brushing if they like. Other chores (bring in mail and/or newspaper, take out garbage, plant watering, etc.)
Drop off/pick up from appointment (vet, groomer or other pet-related errands) $25/hour ($25 minimum)
**Additional fees may apply if mileage exceeds 20 miles round trip
Need a service that isn't listed here?
Just ask, and I'll be happy to tailor a plan to fit your exact needs
There will be an extra charge of $10 per visit on the following holidays: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day & Christmas Day.
For visits more than 10 miles from my house (near 41st Ave.) I may add on $5/visit.
Why hire a Dog*Biz Dog Walking Academy Graduate?
It's a growing, international organization that hires the highest quality dog trainers and educators from around the globe. The program teaches canine learning theory, science-based positive training, dog body language, group composition/walk management, and fight prevention protocols. It also teaches skills needed for emergency prevention and requires grads to have Small Animal First Aid and CPR Certification. Dog*Biz is a professional organization that demands its members adhere to a code of ethical business practices. Learn more about why you want to hire a Dog*Biz Certified Dog Walker and the Dog*Biz Code of Ethics by clicking the links below.