Licensed Vet Tech Joins N.Y. Pet Sitting Service

The N.Y. Pet Sitting Service has brought in Rachel Husney.



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Rachel Husney, LVT, with her dog Jack.

An in-home pet service franchise based in New York state hired a licensed veterinary technician to administer injections to clients’ pets.

Recent SUNY Suffolk County Community College graduate Rachel Husney joined In-Home Pet Services Inc. at its northeast Queens location, which also serves part of Long Island.

Husney will provide injections to pets of owners who are away or those who wish to have a professional administer at-home injections. The services will cost clients an additional $5 to $10 per visit, according to In-Home Pet Services president and founder Robyn Elman.

The company added the service in response to customer demand, Elman said, especially from customers with diabetic cats requiring regular insulin injections.

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