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Who is looking after your pets this Christmas?

WHEN you are preparing to embark on your summer holiday, the last thing you want to be worrying about is who will look after your pets.

Kimberly’s Pet Taxi and Pet Services can take the stress out of pet sitting, care and feeding while you enjoy your well-deserved break.

The award-winning business has been operating in the greater Hobart area for five years.

Owner Kimberly Elford said she and her team took pride in their “above and beyond” approach to pet care.

“We ensure that your pets are safe, happy and feel loved and cared for while you are away,” she said.

“Pets respond well to us as we have a natural love for them.”

Kimberly’s Pet Taxi and Pet Services include pet feeding, home-stays dog boarding, house and pet sitting, doggy day care, dog walking, a pet taxi and pet emergency ambulance, as well as pet-friendly holiday accommodation on Bruny Island.

“All 30 of our dedicated sitters have been screened and police checked,” Ms Elford said.

“They are also trained in pets first aid and CPR as one of our team members undertook a program in Sydney where they attained full qualification as a pets first aid instructor.

“We also conduct regular reviews with vets to learn any new techniques and the correct way to handle and transport injured pets, as well as how to administer pets medications and needles.”

Ms Elford said payment plans were available for pet care.

“We know that times are tough for some and holidays can be expensive so we can help take the worry out of a lump sum payments,” Ms Elford said.

Kimberly’s also assists with various animal rescue organisations providing free transport whenever required for injured pets.

To find out more about the fully insured Kimberly’s Pet Taxi and Pet Services, phone 0428 568 852 for an obligation-free owner and pet “meet and greet”.

Further information can be found on the Kimberly’s Pet Taxi and Pet Services website: www.pettaxi.net.au

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The Eastern Shore Sun is your monthly community newspaper, reaching over 30,000 homes and businesses in the communities of Clarence and Sorell. It is the product of Nicolas Turner, Justine Brazil, Ben Hope, Simon Andrews, Tobias Hinds and guest contributors, with support from advertisers.

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