Hello to all whom it concerns!
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I'm a 26 year old native Alexandrian who has many years of varied experiences with animals-mainly canines and felines. I've worked at an animal hospital and am able to give medication-this includes insulin shots. As far as insulin shots, i've given many when working at the animal hospital. I'm perfectly comfortable doing so and know how to do it correctly, including cleaning etc. In concern to any physical emergency, I know the best steps to take to handle any situation that comes up.
I've worked as a dog walker and a boarder. Day to day I'd walk the same dogs for almost two years, and welcomed them into my home when their owner was traveling. I understand it can be nerve wrecking to leave your loved furry animal to a stranger, and it's important to me that all parties are comfortable and that there is trust.
Volunteer at an animal shelter. Much experience with dogs with emotional issues including aggression. Due to my empathy and connection, I'm able to handle myself well and typically put your pet at ease. I understand anxiety with animals and have some experience from my time at the shelter regarding animal behavioral training.
As far as animal nutrition, after much training, i've been able to help animals with many phsyical ailments typically addressed by a Veterinarian. Say there's allergies and they are chewing at their raw paw..Do they have potato in their food? If their feet smell like Corn Chips, it's a starch allergy! Yes, Veterinarian can give a shot every 3 months, but that doesn't treat the problem. With the right diet, and right supplements, your pup or kitty kat will be healthier, happier, and there will be much less vet bills.
I don't know what we did to deserve our furry creatures. They really are our better half.
Be well, healthy, and safe!