Pets Needs

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To travel with us, all we need is your pet. If you wish to send your cat in its own cage, that’s fine…but make sure it is absolutely secure (with only the driver in the car it could be dangerous if the animal escaped its cage).

Some boarding kennels don’t need your animal to be wearing its collar… microchip scanning takes care of identification…also, we have plenty of leads for your pet’s use whilst in our care.

Medication

Of course, if you pet needs medication, this can be delivered with your pet…or, if you wish forwarded to the animal’s destination.

Any instructions regarding the medication should be written out clearly and simply. The medication must be up-to-date. Please mark treatments with required date of application.

Also, special diets can be delivered, and, here again, feeding quantities need to be noted.

We follow guidelines set out by the Dept. Primary Industry & Agriculture regarding the transport of your pets.

http://www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/agriculture/livestock/animal-welfare/codes/aw-code-1

Please call us to book a service or get a quote:

Ph: 0438 823 392
or britt@brittspettaxi.com.au

For your Quality Air Conditioned Pet Transport

 

First job today was a poodle nearly 15 yrs old who went to be groomed then picked up and on to the vet for vaccination vet says she will be around still next year so many more rides to come maybe. ... See MoreSee Less

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Today I did a job to a kennel I have not been to in probably 11 years just a breeder on the outskirts of Sydney and I dropped the dog off to await a trip to his new home in India . His human was dropped off at the local railway station that station was not there very long ago . Leppington station looked amazing . Carpark was pretty full so people must be using it. ... See MoreSee Less

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Trading Hours

8.30 am - 4.00 pm Monday to Friday
9.30 am - 3.00 pm Saturday
Sundays by advance arrangement only
Closed public holidays