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Vet Tech Services & Rates

Medication Admininistration

 A Veterinary Technician administers medications as prescribed by your veterinarian. Includes a variety of nursing practices to help care and heal your animal in the comfort of their home! Prices vary based upon service. 


Blood Glucose Check

Check your pet's blood glucose in the comfort of their home! Reducing stress will help achieve more accurate results and promote better management of your pet's diabetes. For previously diagnosed diabetics only. Results will be reported to your veterinarian and they will contact you regarding any changes in dosage. 



What are different Injection methods for animals?

There are five commonly used routes of parenteral administration: subcutaneous (SC/SQ), intraperitoneal (IP), intravenous (IV), intradermal (ID), and intramuscular (IM).


Ear Cleaning

Did you know ear infections are the second most common reason dog's visit the vet?

In order to keep your dog as healthy as possible, they need to have regular maintenance ear cleanings. We use ear cleaning solutions, cotton balls, and gentle massage to keep your pups ears clean and clear of infections.

Treats included of course!


Subcutaneous Fluid Administration 

Administering supplemental fluids can benefit cats with a variety of medical conditions. Most commonly, home fluid therapy is recommended for cats with kidney disease or chronic kidney disease (also known as chronic renal failure). 

Must be prescribed by veterinarian. Owner to provide set up and fluids. 


Anal Gland Expression

How do you know if your dog needs there glands expressed?

Your dog is scooting on the carpet. Your dog is licking his bottom a lot. If your dog's glands are really full, they may leak out a stinky, pungent smell. Sometimes you'll see spots of brownish material in places where your dog has been sitting, such as on your carpet, your furniture or your lap! Yuck! Some animals need to have there glands expressed manually on a routine basis. Let us help! Don't worry we have great smelling booty wash!


Nail Trim

Why are nail trims important for Dogs & Cats?

Since domesticated dogs and cats nails are not worn down enough naturally to keep up with their growth, we need to closely inspect and trim their nails for them. If left uncared for, your dog's and cat's nails can grow too long. Nails that are too long can break, chip and splinter among other painful conditions. **Multiple Pet Discounts**

Dogs $45 

Cats $35

Nail Dremel

Nail dremeling is a great way to get those four legged paws into tip top toe shape! We can round out all the rough edges leaving your pet with clean short nails. Helps with floor traction and nail catching.


Sanitary Trims

Sanitary trims, sometimes called “Potty Cuts,” keeps heiny hair free of tangles, mats, and traps for urine, feces, dirt, associated bacteria and odors. Besides the ick-factor, these things not only spread around your environment, but also leave your dog at risk for developing irritation and infection if left unchecked.


Ozone Therapy

What is ozone therapy? Ozone therapy uses medical-grade ozone created using an ozone generator device. The intent of ozone therapy is to increase the amount of oxygen in your body. A higher oxygen level can boost your immune system while promoting healing.



Microchipping your pet gives them the best chance of being identified and returned to you if they get lost or stolen. While collars and tags can get caught or removed, microchipping identifies your pet permanently and effectively. Includes registration. 


Laser Therapy

What does laser therapy do in animals?

Laser treatment for dogs employs deep-penetrating light to promote a chain of chemical reactions known as photobiostimulation. This process helps relieve pain through the release of endorphins, and it stimulates injured cells to heal at an accelerated pace.


Lyme Dip Treatment

Lime Sulfur Dips. Lime sulfur is another agent used as a topical dip in dogs and cats. It is most often used for the treatments of surface dwelling parasites and dermatophytosis (ringworm)


Blood Draws

We are contracted with many surrounding animal hospitals in San Diego that can request in home blood draws. This is especially great for animals with anxiety or who may have difficulty traveling. We get the prescribed lab-work needed to be drawn by your vet, prepare it and return it back to the hospital to be sent out for results.

(Pricing varies on service area)


4DX Heartworm Test

4DX is a blood test that checks to see if your dog has antigen to heartworm disease or antibodies to one of the five tick-borne diseases (Ehrlichia canis, Ehrlichia ewingii, Borrelia burgdorferi, Anaplasma phagocytophilum and Anaplasma platys) *Results given within 8 min with at home mobile visit*. 


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