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A happy dog minding client with our lovely dog minding host Julie

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Some example of our dog minding meet some paw guests

We have minded many dogs with disabilities like deaf dogs,blind dogs and many rescue dogs that have bad seperation anxiety.But let me tell you that this is one rewarding job when you mind & care for a doggy that has an issue and you make the feel as comfortable and as close to their home enviroment as possible.we love to care for all types of dogs as we do not like to disciminate and all dogs are loving as well as have there on personalities.

Love & care when your not there

 

You love your dogs and we will too all our dog caring homes are filled with love n pats and of coarse a good old conversation.Dogs love it when you talk to them.I think secretly we do too.Life would be so lonely with out the company of a dog or 2.

All our dog carers go through pets first aid and pets CPR training

We know how special your dogs are to you so we have hand picked and inspected our host dog minding homes as well as trained all or dog carers to be able to save a dogs life if needed.All our carers know many technics like what to do if a dog is chocking,or not breathing.The safest and fastest way to transport your dogs to the nearest vets centre.This photo was taken when we employed new dog minding recruits.This gives the owner peace of mind in more ways than one.

we are just a pone call awayon 0428 568 852 or like us on face book we have lots of our dog minding paw guests on there

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Doggy Day Care in Glenorchy – Moonah -Montrose -Claremont Hobart -Newtown & surrounding Suburbs – Doggy Day care Hobart

Affordable Doggy Day Care is now available in the suburbs of Glenorchy, Moonah,Montrose,Claremont,Hobart,New town Hobart and Greater Hobart.Get Doggy day care that is affordable.Doggy day care where your dog does not get lost in the crowd and a more homely situation like a family home is your dogs day care centre.a professional dog carer will care for your dog walk your dog and carers have their own dogs so your dog get to socialize and have a fun play date.All dog cares are dog handlers and have volunteered or worked in the pet industry. Most of all dog lovers this is the sort of people you want your dog to be cared by.You get to met and greet your doggy day carer  before hand and see where and whom your dog will be staying with.So if you need your dog to be cared for while you are at work travelling Tasmania or selling your home and having open homes or maybe just to have your dog have a friend and company for the day or a couple of days a week .If your dog is bored and digging destroying property or barking to much whilst you are away.Call Kimberly’ Pet Taxi and Pet Services and we will match you up with a carer that will suit your dogs personality and in your area phone 0428 568 853 The Pet Services the Vets Trust and Use Kimberly’s Pet Taxi and Pet Services!                                                                                     

Dog Minding In our Home Hobart Cage free holiday care for your dogs Hobart-Hobart In our Home Dog Minding

Dog minding in our home in Hobart is available in our home dog minding.For cage free stress free dogs holiday care Hobart.

Want your dogs to have a home away from home whilst you are on holidays.Your dogs can live and sleep inside if that is what they do at home.This Service is an alternative to dog boarding kennels and is a cage free holiday for your much loved and important family members.No stress or separation anxiety Your dogs have the same routine as home even their walking schedule will be the same.This Service is to provide a home away from home experience for your dogs.Where they have companionship and freedom 24 hours per day.Our Pet Minding Service has been very successful as we only pick the people we think will love your dogs as much as you do people who genuinely care.Most of my minder are either volunteer dog home dog walker or in the dog walking associations of Hobart and Kingston as well as Huonville.People who give their time for free for the well being of dogs are the the sort of people we have on our team.Including myself I have a great love for all dogs all shapes and sizes and no discrimination.I have been a dog minder for years and would say that it gives me great joy and I have a full calendar most of the time as I do care a great deal and love what i do.All the dogs I mind become a family member with us and all have their own individual personalities.Our Paw guests are treated as our own and have the full run of our house yard and our hearts.This is what I enjoy most dogs as do the people who mind for me.We prepare a meet and greet first so you can meet the person who is looking after them and where they will be staying.If you are happy with that procedure I can then book you in.So next time you are thinking of going on a holiday and do not know what to do with your dogs Call us here at Kimberly’s Pet Taxi and Pet Services on 0428 568 852 and we can have a chat on what we can offer your fur baby.

 

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Looking for Boarding Kennels Hobart and Pet boarding Hobart 7000.We have taken the Kennels out of Boarding kennels and Pet boarding.Can now be done in the family home.your dogs can live and sleep inside just like home it is your dogs home away from home.Kimberly’s Pet Taxi and Pet Services have minders who will take your dogs in and look after them for you.I also do this I call this service cage free holidays for your dogs.My dog Minders/carers are usually dogs home dog volunteers so you know that they defiantly love dogs if they are willing to give up their time to help out dogs with out homes.

A dogs Place to stay that is safe and with true dog lovers it does not get any better than this.Your dog will Thank you.

There are also pet minding visits where we will come to your home.Visit your pets give them fresh water and food daily take them for walks and pet them clean kitty litter trays and bring in the mail.These to are also a popular option.

But the premium pets option is the In your home pet and house  sitting service.We have now have a vet nurse on our team.Your Pets do not have to leave home .They have full time companionship,no anxiety for you or your pets,All house sitters are police checked, reliable and experienced.We are dedicated animal lovers and this is what we love to do.No need to have to drop your pets off to the kennel before you leave or pick them up when you return.You just leave your home for your holiday and return to well looked after pets.We care for all pets and we bring in mail clean litter trays ect;If you have a few pets this will be at times cheaper than a kennel not to mention your house is lived in to keep any unwanted visitors away security for all your pets and your house.

So next time you are going away give me Kimberly a call and see how I can help you.Kimberly’s Pet Taxi and Pet Services here to help you.The Pet Services the Vets Trust and Use! 0428 568 852

Kennel cough Hobart-Hobart Kennel cough

Kimberly’s Pet Taxi would like to advise people to be aware of the Kennel cough epidemic.A new strain is out there be very careful with your dogs around Hobart as there is a new strain and even if your dogs have been vaccinated they can still get this New strain.Pet sitters can come to your home and house and pet sit your pets is a safer insurance you will not end up with a Big Vet bill.please read onI supplied an article by Briony Kidd.

23 November, 2010 10:54AM AEDT

Sick as a dog…A few things you should know about kennel cough

By Briony Kidd

Vets say kennel cough is more prevalent than usual at the moment and owners should be vigilant. Even vaccinated dogs are at risk …

If you notice your dog honking loudly like a goose, making choking sounds, gagging or even coughing up fluid, pay attention.

It’s possible your dog has kennel cough.

Vets around Hobart are saying that they’re seeing more of it than usual at the moment, with one pointing to the Errol Flynn Reserve in Sandy Bay as the source of a number of cases.

“You tend to take your dog to places where there’s a lot of other dogs and it just goes through them very quickly. It’s definitely around,” explains Cheryl, who works as a vet nurse in the area.

“The owner doesn’t realises the dog has it until it starts coughing and by then its already been mingling.”

Kennel cough (or canine cough) is a highly contagious condition that can spread rapidly when dogs congregate, hence the name. It is characterised by inflammation of the upper respiratory system, sometimes with a fever.

It is either the result of a bacterial infection or has a viral cause and, in rare cases, it can progress to pneumonia. All forms of the condition are spread through the air and by contact with contaminated surfaces.

Symptoms usually begin three to five days after exposure.

Many dog owners are unaware that dogs can be affected by kennel cough even if vaccinated against it.

Ruth, a regular visitor to the Errol Flynn Reserve with her teenage daughter and her dog, Indy, says she hasn’t given kennel cough much thought and didn’t know about the current outbreak.

“I’m not sure how I could know, unless it’s on a database or something like that, or unless a dog has a little red thing that says, ‘I’ve been vaccinated.’

“But I’d like to know more about how they can still have it if they’ve been vaccinated. It is a bit of a worry.”

Zoe, a nurse who works at a city veterinary practice, says, “Our vets here do mention that we only vaccinate for the main types.”

Vaccination is still the best safeguard: a dog may still contract kennel cough but it’s likely to be a less aggressive form and more easily treated.

Jan, another regular at the dog beach with her dog Louis, says she didn’t know there was any risk of him being affected: “I was quite confident because my dog has been vaccinated.”

So would she think twice about Louis’s outings at the dog park, knowing the risk?

“Well, I guess as we’ve been coming in this infection period I’ll keep bringing him. He does have a strong friendship group here and can’t get through a day without coming here,” she explains, laughing a little. “He comes here almost every day. He also goes to Nutgrove in the mornings and loves the social life and the exercise.”

Along with his ‘best friends’, Bailey, Finn and Harry, Louis enjoys a run around and a bit of a swim.

Jan pauses, considering: “But maybe, if I think about it, I could change my mind [about coming here] for a couple of weeks just to be safe, or certainly consult my vet.”

Sophie, another regular at the Errol Flynn Reserve, is equally concerned. She’s not sure if her dog is vaccinated or not: “I’m thinking I’ve heard her cough occasionally, but I’m sure everybody does occasionally.

“I’ll just keep a good eye on her.”

Vet nurse Zoe says the outbreak is being properly handled: “I haven’t seen a really serious case … so I think everyone’s keeping it nice and under control, but if it’s left untreated it can be more serious.”

Vets advise keeping an infected dog away from other dogs until the illness has run its course.

Some clinics ask that owners keep their dog in the car while waiting for their appointment, for instance, instead of letting him or her mingle with other dogs in the waiting room.

Treatment involves a course of antibiotics and cough mixture, with herbal tonics sometimes also recommended.

If you’re concerned about your dog’s health or have queries about kennel cough, consult your vet.

If you prefer to leave your dogs at home whilst on Holidays as to avoid infection call Kimberly’s (my service) and we can set you up with a house sitter or pet sitter.

This information I thought may help some dog owners out there

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