Sunnyvale Pet Health Services and Classes

Wagtopia is currently servicing these cities in California’s Bay Area: San Jose, Saratoga. Campbell, Cupertino, Santa Clara, Los Altos, Palo Alto, Mountain View, Sunnyvale, and Los Gatos.

The reason Wagtopia Care Providers stand apart from other pet sitters, boarding facilities, and dog trainers in the San Jose area is because of their exceptional experience, courteous approach, and higher education. Whether you are looking for a trained member of a local veterinary hospital to come over and teach you how to administer subcutaneous fluids to your pet so you can avoid costly trips to a vet, how to become trained in pet first aid and CPR, or information on preparing for your pet’s final chapters and in-home euthanasia, we are here to help.

Medical Assistance

If your pet is in need of light medical assistance, the staff at Wagtopia are here to support you and even train you so you are confident enough to do it yourself. All members have countless years of Veterinary Technician and Veterinarian Assistant experience and are just a phone call a way. There is no charge for medication administered while being cared for during one of our pet sitting services. The medical duties and rates we provide are:

  • Vet Tech Care Visit = $35
    Vet Tech visits may include:
  • Administering Subcutaneous Fluids
  • Administering Insulin or Other Injections
  • Ear Cleanings
  • Anal Gland Expressions
  • Bandage Changing
  • Feeding Assistance (Feeding Tube or Hand Fed)
  • Blood Glucose Monitoring
  • Medical Demonstration and Instruction (Learn How) = $60
    Work 1 on 1 with an experience Veterinary Technician as they teach you how to perform medical care services yourself.

Wagtopia does not prescribe any medications nor make any diagnoses. All medications administered must be provided by the owner and prescribed by a veterinarian.

Pet First Aid and CPR Training

Trained through Pet Tech, the largest source of Pet First Aid and CPR training globally, Wagtopia offers Pet First Aid and CPR training to the public. Whether you are seeking ways to become a better pet parent, run a safer doggie daycare, or expand the knowledge of your shelter's staff, these classes are designed to do just that and more. These classes allow students to participate both verbally and physically with hands on training in order to help guide them through those unpredictable situations. Some of the topics that will be covered in our classes are:

  • CPR for dogs and cats
  • Transporting an injured animal
  • Basic First Aid
    - How to control bleeding, making splints, allergic reactions
  • Dental Hygiene
  • Senor Pet Health

Students who participate in this class will receive a completion of training certificate valid for 2 years (1 year for doggie daycare employees), as well as a handbook covering information gone over in the class.

We offer both individual classes in the convenience of your home as well as group classes hosted in your place of business. To learn more about our classes, contact us today.

Always remember that any first aid administered to your pet should be followed by immediate veterinary care. First aid care is not a substitute for veterinary care, but it may save your pet's life until it receives veterinary treatment.