Dog Sitting , Cat Sitting , Puppy Visits !

Another of Aussie Dog Care’s services is Dog Sitting and Cat Sitting! At Aussie Dog Care based in Romiley ,Stockport we cater to any pet!

For more information on these services read the information below:

Cat Sitting:

If your away at a wedding , on a family holiday or just are busy , at Aussie Dog Care we offer Cat Sitting a different alternative to a cattery.

Aussie Dog Care can look after your cat whilst you are away by providing fresh water regularly , feeding your cat and giving lots of care and attention . If your cat is a long-haired breed we can regularly brush him/her as well. We strive to carry out the same regime you carry out when at home yourself.

Small Animal Sitting:

Got a rabbit but no one to look after it whilst you’re away? Well Aussie Dog Care are here to help! We can do small animal sitting for Hamsters, Rabbits, Parrots, Fish, Guinea pigs.

Aussie Dog Care takes a detailed form of the regime you carry out whilst you are at home as to make your pet feel as comfortable as possible. With Small Animal Pet sitting we clean cages however many times needed , feed the animal and give them that personalised extra bit of TLC.

Dog Sitting:

Dog Sitting is another alternative to Doggy Day Care or Home Boarding whilst you are away. I know that dogs need a lot of attention , exercise and mental stimulation all which I give whilst dog sitting. I can stay for a prefered time again tailored to you and the dogs needs.

When Dog Sitting I play with the dogs , feed them , top up any water bowls and can give them a walk. Making sure when you come home from any travels your dog is content and pleased with the fantastic care I offer.

Aussie Dog Care also offers Puppy Visits in which we give that extra stimulation for your puppy and clean up any messes left behind ! As well as socializing your puppy and carrying on any training when you are out. As I have gained a lot of experience with dogs and puppy’s I know exactly what your pup needs! I tailor to your needs at can stay for any specific length of time and how many times I visit is up to you , I do advise at least 2 times for puppy’s.

At Aussie Dog Care we love doing Puppy Visits! It means we can socialize and help train a dog but also we get to meet such amazing developing characters!

One of our puppy clients!
One of our puppy clients!

The local areas I work/ cover in is Romiley , Stockport , Woodley, Bredbury , Hyde , Gee Cross , Hazel Grove , Godley , Disley , Marple , Marple Bridge , Glossop , Poynton , Higher Poynton , New Mills , Hayfield , Whaley Bridge , Mellor. If you are not situated in one of these areas do not hesitate to contact me as other areas are considered. These do not apply for home boarding.

Aussie Dog Care Email : ATHOMPS1@sky.com

Aussie Dog Care Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/AussieDogCareUk for updates when you go away for peace of mind as well as some walking clients.

Aussie Dog Care Twitter : https://twitter.com/AussieDogCare

Aussie Dog Care

The Best Care For Your Furry Friends.

Tailoring to your needs

Aussie Dog Care Pet Sitting and Dog Sitting!

At Aussie Dog Care we can cater to any pet! See below for more details on our Pet Sitting and Dog Sitting Services .

Cat Sitting at Aussie Dog Care.
Cat Sitting at Aussie Dog Care.
Peeko the Rabbit!
Peeko the Rabbit!

For more information on these services read the information below:

Cat Sitting:

If your away at a wedding , on a family holiday or just are busy , at Aussie Dog Care we offer Cat Sitting a different alternative to a cattery.

Aussie Dog Care can look after your cat whilst you are away by providing fresh water regularly , feeding your cat and giving lots of care and attention . If your cat is a long-haired breed we can regularly brush him/her as well. We strive to carry out the same regime you carry out when at home yourself.

Small Animal Sitting:

Got a rabbit but no one to look after it whilst you’re away? Well Aussie Dog Care are here to help! We can do small animal sitting for Hamsters, Rabbits, Parrots, Fish, Guinea pigs.

Aussie Dog Care takes a detailed form of the regime you carry out whilst you are at home as to make your pet feel as comfortable as possible. With Small Animal Pet sitting we clean cages however many times needed , feed the animal and give them that personalised extra bit of TLC.

Dog Sitting:

Dog Sitting is another alternative to Doggy Day Care or Home Boarding whilst you are away. I know that dogs need a lot of attention , exercise and mental stimulation all which I give whilst dog sitting. I can stay for a prefered time again tailored to you and the dogs needs.

When Dog Sitting I play with the dogs , feed them , top up any water bowls and can give them a walk. Making sure when you come home from any travels your dog is content and pleased with the fantastic care I offer.

Aussie Dog Care also offers Puppy Visits in which we give that extra stimulation for your puppy and clean up any messes left behind ! As well as socializing your puppy and carrying on any training when you are out. As I have gained a lot of experience with dogs and puppy’s I know exactly what your pup needs! I tailor to your needs at can stay for any specific length of time and how many times I visit is up to you , I do advise at least 2 times for puppy’s.

At Aussie Dog Care we love doing Puppy Visits! It means we can socialize and help train a dog but also we get to meet such amazing developing characters!

One of our puppy clients!
One of our puppy clients!

 

The local areas I work/ cover in is Romiley , Stockport , Woodley, Bredbury , Hyde , Gee Cross , Hazel Grove , Godley , Wilmslow , Disley , Marple , Marple Bridge , Glossop , Poynton , Higher Poynton , New Mills , Hayfield , Whaley Bridge , Mellor. If you are not situated in one of these areas do not hesitate to contact me as other areas are considered. These do not apply for home boarding.

Aussie Dog Care Email : ATHOMPS1@sky.com

Aussie Dog Care Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/AussieDogCareUk for updates when you go away for peace of mind as well as some walking clients.

Aussie Dog Care Twitter : https://twitter.com/AussieDogCare

Aussie Dog Care

The Best Care For Your Furry Friends.

Tailoring to your needs.

House-training an older dog.

At Aussie Dog Care we realise it is not just puppies that need house training so therefore he are some amazing tips from the Blue Cross.

Below information quoted from http://www.bluecross.org.uk/1958-2786/house-training-an-adult-dog.html

Oldies helps find older dogs a new home – http://www.oldies.org.uk/”

From http://vvicrew.com/teaching-old-dogs-new-tricks/
From http://vvicrew.com/teaching-old-dogs-new-tricks/

What to do

Before starting the new routine

Carefully clean all areas your dog has previously soiled using a warm solution of biological washing powder (for example, a teaspoon of powder dissolved in a cup of warm water) or a specially formulated product from your vet, which will remove all traces of the smell from your house.

Every day

When you first wake up, last thing at night and every hour during the day, take your dog outside to a place in your garden that you have chosen and let your dog walk up and down or run about and sniff the area (both exercise and sniffing helps stimulate elimination).

Put soiled newspaper or faeces in this area so that the smell tells your dog where to go next time. Stay out with your dog and patiently walk up and down for at least five minutes. If your dog starts to go to the toilet, give praise. It is important that, for the first two weeks, there is constant supervision so that your dog cannot go to the toilet in the house.

During the times that you cannot supervise your dog or when you go to sleep, confine the dog to bed. You need to find a suitable way to do this, either by restricting them to bed with a barrier, or investing in an indoor kennel. A dog will become accustomed to this, without making a noise or trying to break out, when left there for short periods of time.

Few dogs soil their own bed and, if confined to bed, they are unlikely to relieve themselves. Although it is unfair to confine them for long periods, this does provide a way of preventing them from soiling the house for short periods when you cannot supervise. This avoids perpetuating bad habits at times when you need to concentrate on other things.

Between trips to the garden, supervise your dog continually when in the house. This means keeping your dog in view at all times and being aware of what the dog is doing. When unable to supervise, confine them to bed, but do not leave your dog there for long periods of time.

When you see your dog about to toilet in the house

If about to go to the toilet indoors, take your dog immediately to your chosen place in the garden and praise the dog by giving a food treat or a game with a favourite toy. It is essential your dog associates going to that place with a reward. Catching in time means your dog will still need to go. Wait until the dog has performed and praise well.

When you find a puddle or mess

Do not punish your dog for any “accidents” discovered too late. It may make you feel better but it is most unpleasant for your dog and ultimately does not teach anything. Consider that these accidents are now your fault rather than the dog’s since you were not supervising closely enough.

You need to continue with this routine for at least two weeks. During this time, your dog learns about getting praise for going to the toilet outside and, since there is no chance to go inside, the habit of going outside develops. Throughout these first two weeks and for a while afterwards, continue to go out with your pet to the garden in order to praise them until the training is firmly established in your dog’s mind.

After two weeks of the above routine, gradually increase the time between visits to the garden. Your dog will eventually want to go to the toilet at a time other than the one you select. At this time, your dog will probably become more active or may wander over to the door. Watch for a change in behaviour and take the dog out quickly. Gradually, as you begin to be able to recognise the signs that mean your dog needs to go, you can relax your supervision in the house.

Specific signals that indicate that your dog wants to go out may include running to the door, whining or just being generally restless. Reinforce these signals by letting your dog out and the dog will soon be asking to go out whenever the toilet is needed. House training will happen more easily if you keep to the same pattern of feeding and exercising each day.

At night

The easiest solution is to position your dog’s bed somewhere outside your bedroom door and confine your pet in the usual way. Leave your bedroom door open so that if your dog wakes up and needs to go during the night, you will hear whining or moving around. Get up and take your dog outside, following all the daytime procedures. Confine your dog to the bed once more when you come back in.

Do not leave a dog confined to bed all night without you being available to go out when the dog really needs to go. Not only is this unkind but, if you force your dog to mess in the bed, the dog may develop a habit of doing this and you have lost the chance of teaching your dog to be clean.

If your dog is likely to bark when left in the bed at night, either allow this for a few nights and ignore the barking (your dog eventually learns barking is not rewarded and ceases to do it) or teach your dog to get used to being confined to the bed more gradually, during the day, so that your dog can tolerate it at night.

When you go out

If going out for less than two hours, you could leave the dog confined to bed in the usual way, but ensure the animal cannot be hurt when confined. Make sure your dog had the chance to exercise and go to the toilet before doing so. If you will be out for two hours or longer, do not confine your dog. Leave the pet in one room only and cover as much of the floor area as possible with a large sheet of polythene covered with newspaper.

This does not teach your dog to be clean but makes any mess easier to clean up and prevents the house becoming soiled. Do not scold or punish if you find that your dog has gone to the toilet on the floor when you return.

“He knows he has done wrong!”

Some owners comment, “He knows he has done wrong, because he looks guilty”. In fact, the dog has learned that if humans walk into a room where there is a mess on the floor, a telling off or punishment follows. Your dog is actually showing submission to you, hoping you obey the law of the pack and stop your aggression. Unfortunately, a submissive posture can look like a guilty one to us and we often mistakenly believe the dog knows what they have done is wrong. We then conclude that any mess in the house is done on purpose or because the dog is too lazy to go outside. We are likely to punish more as a result, which often makes the problem worse.

“Don’t go when humans are around”

Some dogs learn just one thing about house training – that it is wrong to go to the toilet in the house in front of their owners. This is because they would have been scolded or punished if caught in the act of going in the house. Puppies are often put out into the garden and left there. Once outside, a puppy that finds being alone very uncomfortable concentrates on getting back inside to the owner, rather than learning to go to the toilet outside.

Hence, dogs often learn that it is wrong to go in the presence of humans but never learn that it is wrong to go in the house. Consequently, the only option is to wait until the owner is not looking or sneak away into another room when they want to relieve themselves.”

 

The local areas I work/ cover in is Romiley , Stockport , Woodley, Bredbury , Hyde , Gee Cross , Hazel Grove , Godley , Disley , Marple , Marple Bridge , Glossop , Poynton , Higher Poynton , New Mills , Hayfield , Whaley Bridge , Mellor. If you are not situated in one of these areas do not hesitate to contact me as other areas are considered. These do not apply for home boarding.

Aussie Dog Care Email : ATHOMPS1@sky.com

Aussie Dog Care Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/AussieDogCareUk for updates when you go away for peace of mind as well as some walking clients.

Aussie Dog Care Twitter : https://twitter.com/AussieDogCare

Aussie Dog Care

The Best Care For Your Furry Friends.

Tailoring to your needs

Aussie Dog Care Contact , Based in Romiley Stockport!

Aussie Dog Care are always here to give you a helping hand so if you have any questions or queries please feel free to get in touch using any of the following methods:

Mobile Number: 07790012224

Home Number: 01614946243

Aussie Dog Care Email: athomps1@sky.com and I shall get back to you as soon as possible.

At Aussie Dog Care we also like to regularly update on Twitter and on Facebook . It helps clients who are missing pets while on holiday or at work . Here are our links:

Aussie Dog Care Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/AussieDogCareUk for updates when you go away for peace of mind as well as some walking clients.

Aussie Dog Care Twitter : https://twitter.com/AussieDogCare

Address: 6 Pinfold Lane , Romiley , Stockport , SKY 4NP.

You can visit my home anytime but phone me before hand.

Thank you !

Aussie Dog Care

The Best Care For Your Furry Friends.

Tailoring to your needs.

The Areas I work in/cover is Romiley , Stockport , Woodley

, Bredbury , Hyde , Gee Cross , Hazel Grove , Godley , Wilmslow , Disley ,New Mills , Hayfield ,  Marple , Marple Bridge , Glossop , Poynton , Higher Poynton . If you are not situated in one of these areas do not hesitate to contact me as other areas are considered.

Conditions for Dog Boarding *Please note all Dogs MUST be fully up to date with vaccinations (must be shown), de-wormed and given appropriate flea treatment prior to being fostered.We do not accept dogs with any human aggression issue, I am sorry to say !

Copyright (C) 2012/2013 by Juliet Thompson all rights reserved

Aussie Dog Care Pet Sitting and Dog Sitting!

At Aussie Dog Care we can cater to any pet! Recently we have been Dog Sitting Sara , Murphy and Jaspar the three Yorkshire Terriers in Romiley! We also cancater to cats and have looked after a many beautiful cats! Peeko the rabbit is also a regular client!

Murphy , Jaspar and Sara.
Murphy , Jaspar and Sara.
Cat Sitting at Aussie Dog Care.
Cat Sitting at Aussie Dog Care.

 

Peeko the Rabbit!
Peeko the Rabbit!

 

For more information on these services read the information below:

Cat Sitting:

If your away at a wedding , on a family holiday or just are busy , at Aussie Dog Care we offer Cat Sitting a different alternative to a cattery.

Aussie Dog Care can look after your cat whilst you are away by providing fresh water regularly , feeding your cat and giving lots of care and attention . If your cat is a long-haired breed we can regularly brush him/her as well. We strive to carry out the same regime you carry out when at home yourself.

Small Animal Sitting:

Got a rabbit but no one to look after it whilst you’re away? Well Aussie Dog Care are here to help! We can do small animal sitting for Hamsters, Rabbits, Parrots, Fish, Guinea pigs.

Aussie Dog Care takes a detailed form of the regime you carry out whilst you are at home as to make your pet feel as comfortable as possible. With Small Animal Pet sitting we clean cages however many times needed , feed the animal and give them that personalised extra bit of TLC.

Dog Sitting:

Dog Sitting is another alternative to Doggy Day Care or Home Boarding whilst you are away. I know that dogs need a lot of attention , exercise and mental stimulation all which I give whilst dog sitting. I can stay for a prefered time again tailored to you and the dogs needs.

When Dog Sitting I play with the dogs , feed them , top up any water bowls and can give them a walk. Making sure when you come home from any travels your dog is content and pleased with the fantastic care I offer.

Aussie Dog Care also offers Puppy Visits in which we give that extra stimulation for your puppy and clean up any messes left behind ! As well as socializing your puppy and carrying on any training when you are out. As I have gained a lot of experience with dogs and puppy’s I know exactly what your pup needs! I tailor to your needs at can stay for any specific length of time and how many times I visit is up to you , I do advise at least 2 times for puppy’s.

At Aussie Dog Care we love doing Puppy Visits! It means we can socialize and help train a dog but also we get to meet such amazing developing characters!

One of our puppy clients!
One of our puppy clients!