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Complete Canine Care- A dogs' paradise

Complete Canine Care- A dogs' paradise

Swimming sports, field trips, beauty parlour, play time, nap time it sounds like something for the kids but this is a service with a twist. Complete Canine Care provides premium quality care and services for our four legged companions.

Owner Rhiannon Taylor opened Complete Canine Care Dog Day Care and Boutique Boarding Centre two years ago after her dog walking and pet sitting business had taken off. “My goal was to open a centre run by a fully trained and qualified person rather than some of the current competition which are run by “the business type” who are mostly concerned about profits or “the dog person” who while they have the best intentions have no real background or training within the pet care industry.

Complete Canine Care’s staff consists of a team of behaviourists, vet nurses and those holding certificates in Animal Management. All staff also hold pet first aid and CPR training certificates so you know if the unforeseeable did happen our highly trained team would be prepared.

Day care centres are about socialising and creating a fun and safe environment where dogs can hang out and make friends. It takes a weight off owner’s shoulders knowing that rather than being left out in the cold winter rain their pooch is getting exercise and stimulation so that they go home a happy tired pooch.

Swimming sports and beach field trips have recently been added to our list of services to give the dogs diversity and help to teach them new skills such as how to swim and off leash etiquette.

“We have just celebrated our second birthday with a fun filled pooch party! It has been a busy two years with getting the business off the ground but now that everything is on track and we have a centre full of wonderful dogs I couldn’t imagine doing anything else with my life. This really is a dream job."

Complete Canine Care is located in Patrick Street Penrose with easy access to both the southern, south western and south eastern highways.

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