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Monday - Friday 7:30am - 6:30pm
Saturday - 7:30 - 1:00
138 Parkwood Road, Macgregor, ACT 2615
• DOG DAY CARE • DOG TRAINING • GROUP CLASSES
• PUPPY KINDER • DOG WALKING • GROOMING
M: 0409 011 530 | Phone: 02 6255 2770
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16-18 Purdue St
Belconnen ACT 2617
(Entrance via Gillott St)
Hello, I'm Monty.
My parents are going
away for a Christmas
holiday and I would like
a lovely holiday too.
Can I come and stay
Can I Stay With You
1300 30 70 21
I will bring all my food and bedding and you will receive a daily
allowance for looking after me.
We will get to meet before I come for my holiday stay and you
will be covered by insurance and the support of "Don't Fret Pet!"
who have been in the pet minding business for 21 years.
So if you have a secure yard and will allow me to come inside
with you, please call today. If I'm too big for your home "Don't
Fret Pet!" has dogs of all different sizes who need a nice
place to stay for Christmas.
All About Pets
All About Pets
A home away from home
Happy: Paws2play offers day care and training classes for your beloved dog.
Paws2play is the only dog day care
centre and training facility in Canberra
and is open six days a week in
The dog day care has large open
spaces for the dogs to run, play and
socialise in a controlled and supervised
manner. It is run by qualified trainers
and vet nurses, and clients all find their
dogs return home tired and content
after a day of play.
The dogs come for a variety of
reasons including as part of their
weekly routine for enrichment and
exercise, puppy minding, post-op care
or one-off care for when their owners
have workmen coming. The day care
caters for dogs of all ages, sizes and
energy levels. It offers puppy kinder,
beginners and adolescent courses,
casual group training classes, one on
one private tuition, home consulta-
tions, behaviour adjustment and
modification training for scared, anx-
ious or aggressive dogs.
Clients see the huge improvements
in their dog's behaviour through
attending some of the many training
and behavioural classes available.
The services are all supportive and
fun for owners and their dogs.
For more information, visit
Calling all Canberra dog lovers
Festive: Don't Fret Pet! is eager to find
minders for dogs this holiday season.
Many of Canberra's dogs were glum
about their humans being away for the
festive season but they will now be
having a happy Christmas as they will
be celebrating with a dog-loving family.
"The only problem is that there are
more dogs needing care than there are
homes available," Kathleen Mansfield
of Don't Fret Pet! said.
"We have many lovely minders who
mind all year round for us but at this
time of year so many people are
heading off for a well-earned break and
we are in need of more dog lovers who
would be happy to welcome a dog into
The dog will bring along its own food
and bedding so all minders need to
provide is a secure environment and
lots of TLC.
Minders can say what types of dogs
they would prefer to mind -- small,
large, quiet, active and even which
breeds they prefer. However it is
important that they are happy to allow
the dog to come inside their home and
be part of their family.
For more information, phone
1300 307 021 or visit
Experienced: Vets and nurses at Canberra Cat Vet are dedicated to addressing the
individual needs and personality of your feline.
The best care for your cat
Canberra's first cat only hospital Can-
berra Cat Vet has just celebrated its first
Located near Westfield Plaza, Bel-
connen, and many workplaces and new
apartments, it has become a favourite
stopping place for Canberra cat-lovers
and their beloved felines.
Cats love the calm, quiet environment
of the cats-only waiting room and enjoy
the attention of their cat-friendly vets
and nurses during their visit.
Canberra Cat Vet tailors its care to the
individual cat's needs and personality.
State-of-the-art and cat-size diagnostic
and therapeutic equipment mean rapid
diagnosis and timely treatment.
With the move to apartment and
townhouse living cats are coming into
their own as the most suitable pets for
city living. They don't require much room
or attention but repay care with affection
and intrigue the most resistant humans.
Cats are handled gently, with care and
respect in the clinic. In a busy mixed
veterinary hospital cats' needs can be
neglected but this boutique cat hospital
takes pride in addressing their individual
needs and personalities.
Like the Facebook page or visit the
premises at 16-18 Purdue Street (park-
ing off Gillott St), Belconnen.
Canberra Cat Vet is open from 8.30am
to 5.30pm on weekdays, and from
8.30am to 12.30pm on Saturdays.
For more information, phone
6251 1444 or visit
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