Needing somewhere for your dog to stay on a regular basis …
·just for the day ...
·just for the weekend …
·while you go away on holidays?
Driving to the city via the Gladesville Bridge or along Parramatta Road?
Canine to Five Dog Day Care at Abbotsford is what you need!
Worried about your dog getting into trouble while you’re away at work? Barking, digging, nuisance boredom activity? Think about dog day care…..one or two days a week.
Going away for the weekend or holidays? Worried that a one or tow hour visit per day isn't enough to guarantee your dog's safety? Think about a holiday for your dog too.
Tradespeople coming to your house? Having a party? Can you guarantee everyone will always shut the door or gate after themselves? Put your dog in day care till the work is done or the risk is over.
Your dog needs medication or constant supervision for a limited time and you need to be elsewhere. A Companion Animal Carer can supervise your dog for up to twenty-four hours each day while your dog stays safe in the “quiet area”.
CANINE TO FIVE DOG DAY CARE Phone:97132620 Boutique small dog (under about 10kg) day and holiday care
- specialising in day and holiday care designed for the special needs of small dogs - maximum of ten dogs so each can receive the individual attention suited to his or her personality and needs - offering supervision, stimulation and a chance for you to discover new things about your dog's preferences, tastes, interests and skills
Your dogs will be
- in a 1912 home with their own spacious dog room with adjoining courtyard plus undercove areas with a secure established garden background to romp in - walking in a waterfront park - enjoying environmental enrichment and stimulation, including basic training, agility and games - socilasing with other dogs and learning good "dog" manners and interaction - cared for by a mature, responsible carer qualified in Companion Animal Care and a lifelong dog lover
Dogs must be desexed and must have proof of current vaccinations (vet certificate &/or vet contact number), be non-aggressive and get on with other dogs of either sex. Unfortunately it is often impossible to cater for the needs and protection of an undesexed male or female.