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For the best Kingston Pet care & Pet sitting, pet minding in Kingston,Margate.Huntinfield,Firthside,Blackmans bay,Howden We are the pet loving professionals

For the best Kingston Pet care & Pet sitting, pet minding in Kingston,Margate.Huntinfield,Firthside,Blackmans bay,Howden We are the pet loving professionals.the most popular name of dogs we have cared for in the hobart area that is  Prince that’s right Prince pet care for the Kingborough  council area.We also have a team of House sitters and dog walkers and we have the unique home stays dog board a dog walking service and a pet friendly accommodation on Bruny Island as well as the origanal pet taxi veterinary approved.We are proud of our service and have a team of 30 pet care professionals waiting to care for your lovely pets in the greater Hobart area.Pets are less stressed when left in their oen homes or in a home stay situation for dog boarding.

So when you are looking for pet loving professionals in the Kingborough area please call us at Kimberly’ Pet Taxi and Pet Services www.pettaxi.net.au

A little about the area Kingborough council is the fastest growing council in Tasmania

Kingston is a town on the outskirts of HobartTasmaniaAustralia. Nestled 12 km south of the city between and around several hills, Kingston is the seat of the Kingborough Council, and today serves as the gateway between Hobart and theD’Entrecasteaux Channel region, which meets the Derwent River nearby. It is one of the fastest growing regions in Tasmania.[1] This statistical area had an estimated population of 11,200 in June 2012.[2]

Although the Blackmans Bay region is statistically classed as a separate urban area to Hobart,Kingston is part of the Greater Hobart area. This is in part possibly due to the continuous urbanisation along the river front, its significant size, and the high number of residents working in the CBD of Hobart.

Kingston is a lovely place to live and you are so lucky to be able to have Kingston beach at your door step and Blackmans bay Beach just down the road spoilt for choice;

Some of our information was sourced From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

After hour Vets Care Clinic in Hobart for your Pets-Kimberly’s Pet Taxi will Be helping Transport pets From vets to the new After hours Vet Care

After hour Vets Care Clinic in Hobart for your Pets-Kimberly’s Pet Taxi will Be helping Transport pets From vets to the new After hours Vet Care

First 24-hour vet to open

JENNIFER CRAWLEY   |   November 23, 2011 12.01am

 

THE first 24-hour veterinary clinic in the state opens next week.

The after-hours veterinary emergency centre, AHVEC, will open overnight, seven days a week, weekends and public holidays.

The clinic, which will operate from the Tasmanian Animal Hospital at Bellerive, would take the pressure off of daytime vets, said AHVEC director and veterinarian Rhianna Jones.

She said vets who spent long hours working during the day and were called out at night got together and came up with the idea.

“They wanted to spend time with their families, plus if they wake up at night they’re not fully operational, they’re not going to give the animals the best care,” Dr Jones said.

Three full-time vets and five full-time nurses will staff the clinic.

The vets should not have to work more than three nights in a row.

The most common call-out for vets at night was for dogs hit by cars or injured in fights, Dr Jones said.

Pet owners who came home from work to find a sick animal and emergency delivery of pets’ babies by caesarean section were other reasons why vets get called out, she said.

Dr Jones said she was very excited about the clinic.

“For me it offers a new level of care that we haven’t offered before. AHVEC staff ask pet owners to call before coming in, but if your dog gets hit on the street and you just rush in, that’s fine,” Dr Jones said.

The 24-hour service will cover most of the veterinary clinics in southern Tasmania.

AHVEC will open at 6pm until 8am weeknights, on Saturdays from noon until 8am on Mondays, and on public holidays.

AHVEC opens on Monday, November 28, at 27 Clarence St, Bellerive.

Kimberly’s Pet taxi will be working with vets in the Greater Hobart Area to transport their patients to overnight  monitoring and care at the new Hobart After Hours Vet Emergency Clinic

crawleyj@news.net.au