Brighton, Hampton, Sandringham, Black Rock, Beaumaris, Highett,
Moorabbin, Bentleigh, Oakleigh, South Caulfield, Caulfield, Malvern,
Toorak, Prahan, Cremorne, Richmond, Melbourne CBD, Sth Melbourne,
Port Melbourne, Albert Park, St Kilda, Elwood and surrounding suburbs.
First consider, 'what is important to you and your dog?' If your dog is very young or a small delicate breed, then I'm sure it would prefer a home-like environment with a couch, a human and lots of cuddles. If your dog is a large breed teenager with lots of confidence, energy and a keen interest in 'gardening', then a high class kennel with lots of play mates and play space might be just the right thing.
Always ask for a Meet&Greet before you make a committed choice. You should be checking out the physical environment, the aparent happiness of the dogs on the venue and certainly, your intuitive feeling about the actual minders.
Don't be afraid to ask for regular photos/ Facebook updates. Most minders offer that as a standard service and its your way to check that your dog is taken for the walks/ play sessions that were promised by the minders.
Emilia's House and Dog Minding Service
If you have a large dog or more than one pet, leave them at home and get a minder to move in.
Call to find out more: 0403 433 399
or email: email@example.com
Need a cook for your dog? Or a birthday event organiser, a canine kinesiologist or a portrait photographer?
Of course, nothing counts more than word of mouth recommendations.
As always, you’ll find that it pays off to shop around. It’s important to make informed choices on behalf of your best friend.