Category: Article

Rabbit Care

Hi all! I thought I would share my knowledge on rabbits! I am apart of a large, West Australian rabbit group and have two indoor, free roam rabbits. I have attached files and images on basic rabbit care, feeding and toxic plants. Rabbits can also be very subtle when unwell, so I have added a basic guide of unwell signs.

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When The Key Doesn’t Fit

A request from the Team.  You know when you plan your holidays and realise you need more keys for your Scout About Team Member to get access to your property?  Well…. We have a request.  While we appreciate the effort you go to for us, please can you try your newly cut keys in your locks before handing them over?

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Pet Homestay Service

Our Pet Homestay Service is exactly that – your pets stay home when you go away.  This service differs to Pet Sitting in that we visit once or twice a day to feed, walk, clean the yard, bring in mail, bins in/out, water the garden – but we don’t stay more than the half hour or hour we’ve been hired

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Poisonous Sea Slugs

Now full disclosure – I have gathered information from various websites and articles to help me write this one! Sea Slugs look like blobs of jelly.  They wash up on our beaches and are very interesting to our dogs.  They can camouflage themselves, which makes them even more dangerous – we often don’t see them before our dogs do. Tragically,

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Snake Avoidance Training

Every year since Scouty was 6 months old, we’ve attended Snake Avoidance Training.  Living and walking where we do, it’s inevitable we’re going to come across a snake or two each year.  Last year I had an incredibly close call – the snake slithered down to the water to be among the humans and dogs!  I screamed, it slithered away. 

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Pet Sitting vs Pet Holiday

Our busiest service is Pet Sitting – where we place a Team Member in your home to look after your beloved pets and your home. We currently have around 35 Team Members and the majority of them are Pet Sitters as well as Dog Walkers. When we stay at your home, we strive to follow your pets’ routine. They are

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