Which types of medication are you able to administer and is there an extra charge?


Medications And Supplements For Your Dog and Cat

Oral medications like antibiotics, allergy pills or any prescription or over the counter pills and supplements can be given by any of our sitters.

Insulin shots for your diabetic cat or dog are also no problem for us to administer.

We ask for detailed instructions like the name of the medication, what condition it is for to note if it is for a temporary or permanent ailment of your pet. Also, how often it must be given and what your routine is or your Vet’s instructions if it needs to be given with food to avoid upset stomach as well as, of course, the exact amount and if you have to “trick” your kitty or pooch a certain way like giving it in peanut butter or crushing it in wet food.We want to match your routine but also appreciate knowing an easy way out with no trial and error ?

It is very important to always keep us updated on your pet’s medical needs as we cannot be aware of changes unless being told at each future booking but our state of the art online account system allows every EaseMyMind client to log in when a change in pet care happens to update it immediately so it’s not forgotten until next time you need us.

Do We Charge Extra For Giving Medication?

No, we do not. In our believe, there should not be an extra charge for administering needed medication though it is common for boarding kennels and even in the pet sitting industry to have those added surcharges.
We want to keep it as simple as possible and also not “punish” a pet owner for an ailment of a beloved pet.