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Pets at Home - Gauteng South Africa - Our Rates - Part 1 of 2

Our rates PETS AT HOME offers clients a choice between a Standard service and a Contract service.

Standard service. One call out per day R90,00 
Two call out's per day R150,00 (R75,00 per call out)

Contract service. (You purchase a package of 20 days valid for 2 years) 
One call out per day R75,00 (20 days 1 call per day = R1500,00)
Two call out's per day R140,00 (R70,00 per callout) (20 days 2 calls per day = R2800,00)

Please note that all Standard service rates & Contract service rates only applies to areas within 30 km from JHB CBD. Other areas please contact us to inquire about the availability of services and the applicable rates.

Rates for additional Services: - Click Here to See our Happy Clients.

  • Mowing of lawn. ( R60,00 depending on size of lawn )
  • Cleaning of pool. ( depending on size of pool )
  • Opening and closing for domestic workers. ( applicable call out fee )
  • Buying of extra pet food and accessories. ( item cost + R50,00 additional fee )

Click here to see part 2 of 2.

If you any questions or comments please call me on Tel: 0823041767 or e-mail me.

Pet Care - Greater Johannesburg Area - Taking care of your pets and home while you are away. info@petsathomecc.co.za


DOGS - BORDER COLLIEBorder Collie - The facts every owner of this dog breed should know. 

Bred for their intelligence and herding instincts, Border Collies are descended from British herding dogs. A medium sized dog, Border Collies will grow to about 19 to 22 inches and 30 to 45 pounds. They will live about 12 to 15 years. Border Collies have medium to longer hair that comes in a variety of colours and are prone to shedding. Border Collies need to be brushed regularly to keep the coat healthy and dirt free. Border Collies are also known for their stare. Though their eyes can be brown, amber or blue, it is the Border Collie stare that people remember. This is part of the herding instinct, and a Border Collie will attempt to herd almost anything, including cars and children. 

Great care must be taken with a Border Collie to ensure it does not hurt itself or others. A fenced in yard and plenty of leash training is a must with this breed. Border Collies are easy to train due to their intelligence, but, because of their desire to work, Border Collies must have work to do. If they are not given tasks to perform and room to roam, they will become bored and destructive. 

They must have a lot of stimulation and activity to stay happy. Though good with children, Border Collies may attempt to herd them and, to keep the 'herd' in line, Border Collies have been known to nip. Border Collies usually do not do well with other animals, due to their herding instinct, and can become aggressive with other dogs of the same gender. Border Collies can be excellent household pets, but must be cared for by a family willing to give them the training, attention, care and activities they need. Border Collies are not recommended for people who live in apartments or those who do not plan on spending a lot of time with their pet. 

Border Collies do have some breed specific issues. Some are prone to hip dysplasia, PRA (Progressive Retinal Atrophy) and Collie Eye Anomaly. Many Border Collies are allergic to fleas and some are prone to epilepsy and deafness. Osteochondritis Dissecans (OCD) is a shoulder lameness that can develop between the ages of 4 to 12 months. Border Collies have also been known to work themselves to exhaustion and suffer from heat stroke in the hot weather. 

Because Border Collies are very physically active, they are prone to athletic injuries, such as pulled muscles, cruciate ligament ruptures, cuts and punctures, ripped toenails and footpads.

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