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Dog boarding Hobart online pet sitting services-Versus locally owned pet services

Dog boarding Hobart local services compared to on line services a must read for the pet owner looking for dog boarding in Hobart get informed and make the right choices.For you fur child

More and more today we are seeing on line pet sitting/dog minding & dog boarding businesses popping up.

These services offer pet hosting,pet minding and pet walking services are operated from another state & sometimes another country

So I was wondering if we did a comparison on local businesses versus the online services.     So we put them to the test.A couple of my friends joined as sitters who by the way have no pets and not considering to get some any time soon,as they work long hours and feel they do not have the time very smart.

So when they joined a couple of these online businesses they told these companies.               They were home all day (Lie)                                                                                                             They also said they had properties with yards,they lived in units another (lie)                   They sent in pictures of friends yards and even mine.(lie)                                                            They sent pictures of them with friends pets claiming to be pets they have minded before or there own another (lie)                                                                                                             But these business don’t know that do they you are only an online personna to them,so they take what you say as truth but they don’t really know that do they,how could they?     They claim to screen their sitters how do they do this then if they are from are not even in this state or country for that matter.                                                                                           These friends also decided to test their support service.They called up to ask what to do in a situation & find out more info it took 24hours and up to 36 hours to get a reply.Were is the support in that?If it is an emergency you want support asap.                                                Not only that we have gone on line and trolled these sights sitters &  noticed many people we did not put on our books that we had interviewed before,as we felt that they were not the right fit to care for pets and a little skeptical as well as their yards were not secure enough and we pointed out a couple of places that needed to be fixed up before they would be considered,they got a little angry and argumentative on the point.                                       These people are on their websites as pet carers now don’t get me wrong but I was shocked and really thinking that this is just accidents waiting to happen.

Local pet sitting company

I operate a Pet sitting business locally operated called Kimberly’s Pet Taxi and Pet Services.The services we offer. Home stays dog boarding,pet minding,dog walking and house sitting service as well as a pet taxi.

We do screen our sitters we interview them personally in their homes.                                        We inspect their yards to make sure that they are safe and secure.                                           We have managers & myself available 24/7 to offer advice and back up if needed.                  We personally train our sitters in pets first aid and dog behavior as well as the safest way to walk a dog.                                                                                                                                          We hold an annual pets first aid refresher along with tips and new strategies on making you and you Paw guest feel comfortable faster,as well as OH&S procedures on how to keep you & your paw guest safest.                                                                                                            We also do annual yard and home inspections to make sure every thing is still up to standard.                                                                                                                                                 Our sitters attend dog behavior seminars yearly to keep us up to date on any tips or strategies that may help our sitters and paw guests so every thing is how it should be.                                                             We fully insure the pets in our care.

Things to take into consideration when finding or wanting to be a dog minder.It is not easy and sometimes very hard.Dogs will wee,poop spew and chew up your stuff they will dig up your yard.Dogs behave differently in another environment than their own and will do things they would not do in their own homes.

I am a dog minder & also board dogs myself and I think how can you pick the best dog minders if you really don’t know what it is like to care for some one else’s dog yourself.         To operate a business or have great minders they need to know their subject.                          Your sitters need to know this and be very stable people with no anger issues at all.            A sitter must never hit a dog for doing wrong throw it outside and leave it there all day & night as punishment.We tell our sitters if a dog is too much or does your head in or making you angry to call us asap and we will remove the dog and put with a bomb proof sitter.    We also tell them not to feel shame in this as we would prefer them to do this and it shows you care about the dog and they are being responsible.We will not punish the sitter who does this as sometimes a dog will act differently with different sitters and situations.

Bomb proof  sitters

To find a bomb proof sitter is like finding gold and those sitters need to be praised & rewarded.                                                                                                                                             I give my sitters a nice break in a holiday cottage on Bruny Island yearly for free as well as take them out a couple of times a year for a lovely lunch or meal.                                               As well as given a Christmas gift bag yearly.                                                                                   Lets face it these people are your business and you look after your business & clients don’t you?                                                                                                                                                  The sitters are actually looking after your clients babies and their precious family member you as an owner need to feel safe and secure and have that peace of mind who you are leaving your dogs or pets with.

So there you go a little insight on the numerous on line pet care services to the locally operated business.

by Kimberly

from Kimberly’s Pet Taxi and Pet Services

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Home stays dog boarding-Where your dog stays in the comfort of caring homes across greater Hobart with Pets
CPR & first aid trained Dog carer’s. You love your dogs & we will too!

Go away on holidays or on business, with the peace of mind knowing that your dog is being cared for by a suitable, caring minder and living in the complete comfort of a dog lover’s home!

You have preference of a minder that has a doggy so your dog has a great play days and doggy company as well as the company of your dogs carer.                                                                                                                                                 OR                                                                                                    If your dog prefers only human company then they can stay with a Minder that doesn’t own a dog.This gives your dog total personal attention with no other dogs to contend with.

We ask you to take your doggy along for meet & greet with the Carer/Minder in advance, at their home to ensure you are completely comfortable with where your dog will be staying. For your convenience our Minders homes are located in most Greater Hobart Suburbs.This allows your dog to have a good sniff around and get familiar with the carers home as well as that added peace of mind for your the Pawrent.

We are very careful to match your dog’s personality,breed & size with a suitable carer/ minder at the closest possible location. We take the time to make the perfect match.

Affection & personal attention is our policy we love to love up your dogs.Your dogs become part of our family when you go away and we treat them as such.

So why not call us for a quote and have a no obligation free meet n greet with one of our Dog carer’s to see if this service is for you and your doggy.

phone 0428 568 852

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Pet Minding Hobart Dog Minding Services In A Family Home.Dog Walking,Dog Care,Dog Sitter Hobart.By Certified CPR & pets First aid Professionals,Fully insured and experienced in Giving Paw Lovers,Your dogs your family send them to the best. Call Kimberly on 0428 568 852 or check out the website and click on the pages above.

 

Cesar’s Tips: For Dog Sitting/Dog Minding/Dog Minders

School has started again, but you may already be planning to get away for the holidays. Are you concerned about how your dog will handle being away from you? Put the worry aside and get prepared with these tips!

 

Picking the Right Sitter: Try to choose someone who you know can help balance and calm your dog if he is anxious or nervous when you are first away. Remember, it’s about energy and matching energy. Leaving a hyperactive dog with an elderly relative is not a good idea.

Most important is that you make sure you leave your dog with someone who understands the needs of your dog. Ask yourself whether you can trust that this person is adhering to your rules, boundaries, and limitations, or whether they are creating a problem by not maintaining your leadership.

Location: Ideally, you would have someone stay at your home and maintain the dog’s normal routine. This means keeping their walk and feeding and sleeping schedule the same.

But if you leave them with someone in another location, it’s a good idea to get them familiar with this place on several occasions prior to leaving them there for an extended stay.

Before you change your dog’s routine (by having them stay somewhere other than your own home), get them used to change. This way, any concerns or separation anxiety is prevented.

If you choose to board your dog, look at and thoroughly research the place beforehand. Talk to people who have boarded their dogs there before. What’s the energy like there? How does it smell? How do you feel? How do the caretakers there act and react with the dogs there? Do they practice “nose, eyes, ears” and “no touch, no talk, no eye contact,” when they meet new dogs? All of this will tell you how well-informed they are to ensure your dog is happy there. Just because you leave your dog at a boarding facility doesn’t mean you have to follow all of their rules. If you have specific restrictions or requests, you can ask. If they won’t accommodate your needs, they probably aren’t going to accommodate the dog’s either.

Expectations: If you leave your dog with a family member or a friend, make sure they know the requirements. If your dog is used to a one-hour walk every morning, they will not be fulfilled by a 15-minute walk instead. In fact, the reverse is better. When my dogs are at the ranch, for example, the routine changes. Instead of a 45-minute walk, we go for an hour and a half hike. When you change the environment, it’s good to also change – and increase – the daily challenges, the physical and mental stimulation. This keeps the dog’s mind and body more relaxed and less focused on their primary pack leader being away.

Keep in mind that if you leave the dog at a kennel for a long time, they are going to spend most of their time in the kennel. There are exceptions, of course, but this is something to generally be aware of. So when you pick up your dog, he is going to have a lot of pent up energy. Take him for the longest walk of his life when you pick him up!

If your only option is to leave your dog with someone who cannot maintain your exercise routine or schedule, hire a dog walker to help share the responsibilities. Ones who are comfortable walking more than three dogs at a time are probably going to be the best handlers, even if you just have one dog.

Details: Just as parents leave a checklist for a babysitter, you can leave a checklist for your pet sitter. Include important information like the vet’s phone number and address, the closest 24-hour emergency hospital, any medications they will need while you are gone, allergies, feeding schedule, how often to check their water bowl, any behavioral problems, whether you allow them on the furniture or whether they get people food, how often they get a treat, and any other information that will help keep your dog as happy, fulfilled, and balanced as possible while you are away.

If your sitter isn’t well educated or familiar with dogs, you might also give them some information on household items or foods that may be toxic to them, which you can find here.

Relax! If you take all of the above into consideration, you have taken the proper steps to ensure a pleasant experience for your dog while you are gone, so enjoy your time away. Even if you aren’t with your canine companion, a calm-assertive attitude will help keep you stress-free!

 

 

 

 

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Here are some interesting dog facts to read

99 Fun Facts About . . .

Dogs

    1. All dogs can be traced back 40 million years ago to a weasel-like animal called the Miacis which dwelled in trees and dens. The Miacis later evolved into the Tomarctus, a direct forbear of the genus Canis, which includes the wolf and jackal as well as the dog.g
    2. Ancient Egyptians revered their dogs. When a pet dog would die, the owners shaved off their eyebrows, smeared mud in their hair, and mourned aloud for days.b
    3. Small quantities of grapes and raisins can cause renal failure in dogs. Chocolate, macadamia nuts, cooked onions, or anything with caffeine can also be harmful.c
    4. Apple and pear seeds contain arsenic, which may be deadly to dogs.c
    5. Rock star Ozzy Osborne saved his wife Sharon’s Pomeranian from a coyote by tackling and wresting the coyote until it released the dog.d
dog paws
Dogs have sweat glands in between their their paws
    1. Dogs have sweat glands in between their paws.e
    2. In 2003, Dr. Roger Mugford invented the “wagometer,” a device that claims to interpret a dog’s exact mood by measuring the wag of its tail.d
    3. Dogs have three eyelids. The third lid, called a nictitating membrane or “haw,” keeps the eye lubricated and protected.i
    4. A dog’s shoulder blades are unattached to the rest of the skeleton to allow greater flexibility for running.e
    5. Puppies are sometimes rejected by their mother if they are born by cesarean and cleaned up before being given back to her.c
    6. The phrase “raining cats and dogs” originated in seventeenth-century England. During heavy rainstorms, many homeless animals would drown and float down the streets, giving the appearance that it had actually rained cats and dogs.d
    7. During the Middle Ages, Great Danes and Mastiffs were sometimes suited with armor and spiked collars to enter a battle or to defend supply caravans.h
    8. Pekingese and Japanese Chins were so important in the ancient Far East that they had their own servants and were carried around trade routes as gifts for kings and emperors. Pekingese were even worshipped in the temples of China for centuries.b
dog faces
The shape of a dog’s face can help predict how long a dog will live
    1. The shape of a dog’s face suggests how long it will live. Dogs with sharp, pointed faces that look more like wolves typically live longer. Dogs with very flat faces, such as bulldogs, often have shorter lives.d
    2. After the fall of Rome, human survival often became more important than breeding and training dogs. Legends of werewolves emerged during this time as abandoned dogs traveling in packs commonly roamed streets and terrified villagers.d
    3. During the Middle Ages, mixed breeds of peasants’ dogs were required to wear blocks around their necks to keep them from breeding with noble hunting dogs. Purebred dogs were very expensive and hunting became the province of the rich.d
    4. The most dogs ever owned by one person were 5,000 Mastiffs owned by Kubla Khan.d
    5. The American Kennel Club, the most influential dog club in the United States, was founded in 1884.e
    6. The most popular male dog names are Max and Jake. The most popular female dog names are Maggie and Molly.d
toto
Some scholars speculate that Dorothy’s dog, Toto, may represent the Egyptian god of death, Anubis
    1. Scholars have argued over the metaphysical interpretation of Dorothy’s pooch, Toto, in the Wizard of Oz. One theory postulates that Toto represents Anubis, the dog-headed Egyptian god of death, because Toto consistently keeps Dorothy from safely returning home.d
    2. Weird dog laws include allowing police offers in Palding, Ohio, to bite a dog to quiet it. In Ventura County, California, cats and dogs are not allowed to have sex without a permit.d
    3. The first dog chapel was established in 2001. It was built in St. Johnsbury, Vermont, by Stephan Huneck, a children’s book author whose five dogs helped him recuperate from a serious illness.c
    4. Those born under the sign of the dog in Chinese astrology are considered to be loyal and discreet, though slightly temperamental.h
    5. In Iran, it is against the law to own a dog as a pet. However, if an owner can prove the dog is a guard or hunting dog, this restriction doesn’t apply. Muslim reticence concerning dogs is perhaps due to the fact that rabies has always been endemic in the Middle East.d
    6. The Mayans and Aztecs symbolized every tenth day with the dog, and those born under this sign were believed to have outstanding leadership skills.d
    7. The ancient Mbaya Indians of the Gran Chaco in South America believed that humans originally lived underground until dogs dug them up.b
Plato
Plato once said that ”a dog has the soul of a philosopher”
    1. Plato once said that “a dog has the soul of a philosopher.”d
    2. French poodles did not originate in France but in Germany (“poodle” comes from the German pudel or pudelhund, meaning “splashing dog”). Some scholars speculate the poodle’s puffs of hair evolved when hunters shaved the poodle for more efficient swimming, while leaving the pom-poms around the major joints to keep them warm.b
    3. The name of the dog on the Cracker Jacks box is Bingo. The Taco Bell Chihuahua is a rescued dog named Gidget.d
    4. The first dogs were self-domesticated wolves which, at least 12,000 years ago, became attracted to the first sites of permanent human habitation.f
    5. Dachshunds were bred to fight badgers in their dens.d
    6. Laiki, a Russian stray, was the first living mammal to orbit the Earth, in the Soviet Sputnik spacecraft in 1957. Though she died in space, her daughter Pushnika had four puppies with President John F. Kennedy’s terrier, Charlie.d
    7. Dalmatians are completely white at birth.d
    8. The term “dog days of summer” was coined by the ancient Greeks and Romans to describe the hottest days of summer that coincided with the rising of the Dog Star, Sirius.b
    9. Alexander the Great is said to have founded and named a city Peritas, in memory of his dog.b
    10. In ancient Greece, kennels of dogs were kept at the sanctuary of Asclepius at Epidaurus. Dogs were frequently sacrificed there because they were plentiful, inexpensive, and easy to control. During the July 25 celebration of the kunophontis (“the massacre of dogs”), dog sacrifices were performed to appease the ancestors of Apollo’s son, Linos, who was devoured by dogs..g
    11. Dog trainers in ancient China were held in high esteem. A great deal of dog domestication also took place in China, especially dwarfing and miniaturization.d
    12. The ancient religion Zoroastrianism includes in its religious text titled the Zend Avesta a section devoted to the care and breeding of dogs.b
    13. The earliest European images of dogs are found in cave paintings dating back 12,000 years ago in Spain.g
    14. The dog was frequently depicted in Greek art, including Cerberus, the three-headed hound guarding the entrance to the underworld, and the hunting dogs which accompanied the virgin goddess of the chase, Diana.b
    15. During the Renaissance, detailed portraits of the dog as a symbol of fidelity and loyalty appeared in mythological, allegorical, and religious art throughout Europe, including works by Leonardo da Vinci, Diego Velázquez, Jan van Eyck, and Albrecht Durer.b
    16. A puppy is born blind, deaf, and toothless.c
basenji
The Basenji is the world’s only barkless dog
    1. The Basenji is the world’s only barkless dog.e
    2. A dog most likely interprets a smiling person as baring their teeth, which is an act of aggression.f
    3. The origin of amputating a dog’s tail may go back to the Roman writer Lucius Columella’s (A.D. 4-70) assertion that tail docking prevented rabies.d
    4. One of Shakespeare’s most mischievous characters is Crab, the dog belonging to Launce in the Two Gentlemen of Verona. The word “watchdog” is first found in The Tempest.d
    5. President Franklin Roosevelt created a minor international incident when he claimed he sent a destroyer to the Aleutian Islands just to pick up his Scottish Terrier, Fala, who had been left behind.d
    6. Within hours of the September 11, 2001, attack on the World Trade Center, specially trained dogs were on the scene, including German Shepherds, Labs, and even a few little Dachshunds.d
    7. It costs approximately $10,000 to train a federally certified search and rescue dog.d
    8. The smallest dog on record was a matchbox-size Yorkshire Terrier. It was 2.5″ tall at the shoulder, 3.5″ from nose tip to tail, and weighed only 4 ounces.d
    9. Hollywood’s first and arguably best canine superstar was Rin Tin Tin, a five-day-old German Shepherd found wounded in battle in WWI France and adopted by an American soldier, Lee Duncan. He would sign his own contracts with his paw print.d
    10. At the end of WWI, the German government trained the first guide dogs for war-blinded soldiers.d
    11. A dog can locate the source of a sound in 1/600 of a second and can hear sounds four times farther away than a human can.c
    12. Touch is the first sense the dog develops. The entire body, including the paws, is covered with touch-sensitive nerve endings.e
    13. Eighteen muscles or more can move a dog’s ear.e
    14. The names of 77 ancient Egyptian dogs have been recorded. The names refer to color and character, such as Blackie, Ebony, Good Herdsman, Reliable, and Brave One.d
    15. In Egypt, a person bitten by a rabid dog was encouraged to eat the roasted liver of a dog infected with rabies to avoid contracting the disease. The tooth of a dog infected with rabies would also be put in a band tied to the arm of the person bitten. The menstrual blood of a female dog was used for hair removal, while dog genitals were used for preventing the whitening of hair.h
    16. In early Christian tradition, Saint Christopher, the patron saint of travelers, is sometimes depicted with a dog’s head.g
    17. The oldest known dog bones were found in Asia and date as far back as 10,000 B.C. The first identifiable dog breed appeared about 9000 B.C. and was probably a type of Greyhound dog used for hunting.g
    18. There are an estimated 400 million dogs in the world.d
    19. The U.S. has the highest dog population in the world. France has the second highest.d
dog nose
Dog nose prints are as unique as human fingerprints
    1. Dog nose prints are as unique as human finger prints and can be used to identify them.c
    2. Bloodhound dogs have a keen sense of smell and have been used since the Middle Ages to track criminals.e
    3. It is much easier for dogs to learn spoken commands if they are given in conjunction with hand signals or gestures.a
    4. Dogs in a pack are more likely to chase and hunt than a single dog on its own. Two dogs are enough to form a pack.a
    5. Dogs can see in color, though they most likely see colors similar to a color-blind human. They can see better when the light is low.c
Petting dog
Studies show that petting a dog lowers blood pressure
    1. Petting dogs is proven to lower blood pressure of dog owners.a
    2. Dogs have lived with humans for over 14,000 years. Cats have lived with people for only 7,000 years.h
    3. Zorba, an English mastiff, is the biggest dog ever recorded. He weighed 343 pounds and measured 8′ 3″ from his nose to his tail.d
    4. The average dog can run about 19 mph. Greyhounds are the fastest dogs on Earth and can run at speeds of 45 mph.c
    5. One female dog and her female children could produce 4,372 puppies in seven years.c
    6. The most popular dog breed in Canada, U.S., and Great Britain is the Labrador retriever.d
    7. Greyhounds appear to be the most ancient dog breed. “Greyhound” comes from a mistake in translating the early German name Greishund, which means “old (or ancient) dog,” not from the color gray.g
    8. The oldest dog on record was an Australian cattle dog named Bluey who lived 29 years and 5 months. In human years, that is more than 160 years old.d
    9. Most experts believe humans domesticated dogs before donkeys, horses, sheep, goats, cattle, cats, or chickens.h
    10. A person standing still 300 yards away is almost invisible to a dog. But a dog can easily identify its owner standing a mile away if the owner is waving his arms.i
    11. Dogs with big, square heads and large ears (like the Saint Bernard) are the best at hearing subsonic sounds.c
    12. Dogs can smell about 1,000 times better than humans. While humans have 5 million smell-detecting cells, dogs have more than 220 million. The part of the brain that interprets smell is also four times larger in dogs than in humans.a
dog sniffing
Studies show that some dogs can detect cancer by smelling a person’s breath
    1. Some dogs can smell dead bodies under water, where termites are hiding, and natural gas buried under 40 feet of dirt. They can even detect cancer that is too small to be detected by a doctor and can find lung cancer by sniffing a person’s breath.c
    2. Dogs have a wet nose to collect more of the tiny droplets of smelling chemicals in the air.i
    3. Dogs like sweets a lot more than cats do. While cats have around only 473 taste buds, dogs have about 1,700 taste buds. Humans have approximately 9,000.a
    4. Different smells in the a dog’s urine can tell other dogs whether the dog leaving the message is female or male, old or young, sick or healthy, happy or angry.a
    5. Male dogs will raise their legs while urinating to aim higher on a tree or lamppost because they want to leave a message that they are tall and intimidating. Some wild dogs in Africa try to run up tree trunks while they are urinating to appear to be very large.a
    6. In Croatia, scientists discovered that lampposts were falling down because a chemical in the urine of male dogs was rotting the metal.a
    7. Dogs are about as smart as a two- or three-year-old child. This means they can understand about 150-200 words, including signals and hand movements with the same meaning as words.a
    8. Countess Karlotta Libenstein of Germany left approximately $106 million to her Alsatin, Gunther III, when she died in 1992.d
    9. A lost Dachshund was found swallowed whole in the stomach of a giant catfish in Berlin on July 2003.d
    10. In Australia, a man who was arrested for drug possession argued his civil rights were violated when the drug-sniffing dog nuzzled his crotch. While the judge dismissed the charges, they were later reinstated when a prosecutor pointed out that in the animal kingdom, crotch nuzzling was a friendly gesture.d
    11. The Beagle came into prominence in the 1300s and 1400s during the days of King Henry VII of England. Elizabeth I was fond of Pocket Beagles, which were only 9″ high.d
dog with woman
Golden Retrievers may improve a person’s chance of attracting a date
    1. The best dog to reportedly attract a date is the Golden Retriever. The worst is the Pit Bull.d
    2. The Akita is one of the most challenging dogs to own. Some insurance companies have even characterized it as the #1 “bad dog” and may even raise an Akita owner’s homeowner insurance costs.d
    3. The Beagle and Collie are the nosiest dogs, while the Akbash Dog and the Basenji are the quietest.d
    4. One survey reports that 33% of dog owners admit they talk to their dogs on the phone or leave messages on answering machines while they are away..d
    5. Thirty percent of all Dalmatians are deaf in one or both ears. Because bulldogs have extremely short muzzles, many spend their lives fighting suffocation. Because Chihuahuas have such small skulls, the flow of spinal fluid can be restricted, causing hydrocephalus, a swelling of the brain.d
girl grief
Intense grief over the death of a pet dog is normal and natural
  1. The grief suffered after a pet dog dies can be the same as that experienced after the death of a person.a
  2. There are almost 5 million dog bites per year; children are the main victims. Dog bites cause losses of over $1 billion a year.d
  3. A person should never kick a dog facing him or her. Some dogs can bite 10 times before a human can respond.d
  4. The most intelligent dogs are reportedly the Border Collie and the Poodle, while the least intelligent dogs are the Afghan Hound and the Basenji.d
  5. One kind of Pekingese is referred to as a “sleeve” because it was bred to fit into a Chinese empress’ sleeves, which was how it was often carried around.d

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Hobart Dog MindingDog minding Hobart in a Family home.Want or need a dog minder to mind your dogs in a family home environment,Dogs get Walked daily.Your dog is welcomed into a family home and treated as the dog carers own a home away from home for or precious fur baby.We have found that pet parents all over Hobart are finding Dog minders to mind their dogs is the way to go.I mind and care for dogs myself as as I write this I have to 2 of my regular paw guest laying on the bed beside me one asleep and the other liking and washing herself after her breakfast.My paw guests are Maltese shitzus )n elittle girl Maggie and my little ruff nut Buster who loves to play ruff.I have had these 2 little babies at least 6 times this year as their parents go away a lot for business and want the very best for their dogs,I mind and enjoy minding them as they are like my own and I am happy to see them each time as they are to see me.Their owners are surprised at how excited they get when they see me as they do not warm up and a little shy when it comes to other people.This makes me happy and also the paw parents as they can go away knowing their dogs are completely happy and content.All fur guests are allowed to live and sleep inside just like home go on walking trails with the families and beach adventures as well as car rides the lot.A service like this is nit that much more than a normal kennels and your fur child does not have to endure cages,Separation anxiety is eliminated.So if you would like your paw child to have the very best in holiday care.Call me and my team at Kimberly’s pet taxi and pet services.on 0428 568 852 we are looking forward to meeting you and your paw family members soon.

You to can have this experience and go away totally happy and relaxed knowing that who is looking after your fur babies are going to love them for you whilst you are away.Then Call me and my dog loving team on 0428 568 852 at Kimberly’s pet taxi and pet services on 0428 568 852 to arrange a meet and greet today we are looking forward to meeting your paw family.

 

For doggy day care in the greater Hobart Suburbs

Looking for doggy day care in the greater suburbs of Hobart.Well look no further than our unique Doggy day care Hobart

 

Affordable Day care is now available in the suburbs of Greater Hobart.

Ask yourself

  • Do you work all day most days
  • Is your dog bored and Barking digging holes or being destructive
  • Is your dog home alone most days
  • Have your neighbors complained about your dogs
  • Are your dogs driving you crazy

If so We have the solution for you doggy day care in a family home.This is unique doggy day care at it’s best.

Why are we different from other Doggy Day Cares?

  • Different as we do not mass bored them of a day
  • different as they have individual care
  • Different as your dog does not get lost in the crowd
  • Different that we do not charge you any extra for walking your dog for you
  • Different as you dog is cared for in a family home environment
  • Have your dogs socialize and have a play date with one of our doggy day carers dogs
  • Whether it be 1 day to 5 days a week your dog will love to come and stay and play
  • Meet and Greet with your Doggy day carer personally with your dog first to see if they match you
  • Most of our doggy day carers are dog walking volunteers for the dogs home or in the Dog walking associations all are dog lovers and have a great passion about dogs
  • Affordable and caring professional service

If you are at your wits end with your pooch or whether you just want them to have company of a day.Never fear Kimberly’s Pet Taxi and Pet Services are here!

Call me to see how we can help you on 0428 568 852

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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!                                                                                     

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Affordable Doggy Day Care is now available in the suburbs of Lindifarne,Bellerive,Geiston Bay,Montagu Bay,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 .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!

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Dog Minding Hobart For excellent dog holiday dog minding care Hobart.Where your dog is minded in a family home Contact the experts who are truly what you call animal lovers.

Most of Kimberly’s Pet Taxi and Pet services team members are selfless and are usually Dogs home volunteers or Work In volunteering for the RSPCA.People who will do lovely things for dogs for just the sheer passion and love have the natural instinct for dogs and animals are the people I want on my team.I and my team will care for your dogs in our own homes where they can live and sleep inside and have walks and exercise and play time and most of all the love time and just time to make your dogs feel like they are a part of their family.A fully secure back yard and no cages .I have set up all my services for pets to be stress free for the pets and the owners alike.You will get to meet and greet your dogs carer before hand so you can see whom and where your dog will be staying.So your much loved paw family member will get the chance to suss out their Holiday place and get a little feel for it.So when you drop them off your dog knows it has been here before.We have forms on information on your dog that you fill out to give your dog Carer/minder.All dogs we take in must show a up to date vaccination certificate as we like to make sure all our paw guests will not catch any nasties this is a professional dogs holiday home away from home for your dogs business were we love our dogs and we will love your Too!So when you think of Pet Care services Think of the Pet care Services the Vets Trust and use Kimberly’s Pet Taxi and Pet Services 0428 568 852

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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.