Gary. Many thank you for looking after my two boys especially Coke who is a diabetic, and Rocky is arthritic. It was only after seeing the vet that I knew that dogs could be diabetic and having to administer insulin twice a day by syringe injection was a problem as Coke would run and hide when it was time for the injection. I was having problems administering the insulin as Coke was loosing weight very rapidly and trying to find a fleshy area was getting less and less to inject him. So the vet said why not try the “VETPEN” which I found much easier to use mainly because it had a shorter needle.
Having already booked my boys in with Gary I had to go and see him about administering the insulin with the VETPEN to say the least Gary was apprehensive but would read up on the information I had given him. He went to see his vet and got more information from him/her about the VETPEN. Well needless to say Gary coped very well and I was very pleased to see both my boys on return looking good. I might add that both my boys are twelve years old so seeing them on my return was a relief, on leaving them at the back of my mind was will I see my Coke again happily the answer was yes.
Gary you are the best for looking after other peoples pet dogs. Thank you so very much.
Very special regards
Ive got to say I was extremely nerous taking on this job but as I had looked after them before it was just a matter of learning how to do the Injections properly.... I watched a Video on line about VETPEN and had two revisions with the Vets cat SAN ANTON in Dolores who put my mind at rest for sure...... all 26 days and 52 Injections went to plan and Coke went home with his Brother Rocky in great condition. will be ble to do this again now for sure... here is little video after 22 days .. https://youtu.be/_ySl1eaAuUA (you need to copy n paste to see it.)