Gemma, my dog, was diagnosed with myasthenia gravis, and secondary to that, she also has megaesophagus. I encourage you to Google both of those as I will not hire anyone with no knowledge about them. It's important that Gemma does not eat or drink anything during the time you are here. In fact, that's your entire purpose. I work for a few hours during the day, but for that time she has to be monitored closely. You CANT get distracted and let her run off by herself even if she's in the backyard (where she could potentially eat grass/bugs) The chance that she eats something and aspirates and develops pneumonia is high and will be very life-threatening. All you have to do is be here at my home, and make sure she doesn't eat or drink ANYTHING until I get home. Additional needs include having a reliable car. 1 Dog. Services Needed: Sitter.