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Kealey N

Mentone VIC

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"K is a very intelligent person. Very dedicated and will perform your task as you wanted. Easy communication and easy to work with. Understands technol..."

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Diane G

Box Hill VIC

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"Diane did an excellent job looking after our cat Gabby. We highly recommend her for any pet sitting needs."

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Ev C

Preston VIC

(55)

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"Nice to meet Ev and we are happy to have spoken to her. "

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Eny S

Dandenong VIC

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"Thank you job was great and very efficient "

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Leanne K

Hughesdale VIC

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"Prompt and easy communication. Would recommend."

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Recent Rabbit Boarding reviews in Inner South Melbourne

"Di is amazing....so thorough and she really cares. Came with a notepad and took notes, sent me photos of my rabbit and chooks throughout my holiday. Highly recommended! Would love to use her services again"

Feed my chooks & rabbit and clean them out

$120

"Highly recommends she is a very friendly person "

Take care of rabbit

$300

"Totally happy with the job done by Kealey."

Feed pet Rabbits during holiday

$200

What's the average cost of a rabbit boarding provider in Inner South Melbourne

$109 - $200

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$109

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$120

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$200

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What does a rabbit boarding service include?

Airtasker’s rabbit boarding service includes feeding, cage cleaning, supervised playtime and administering of medication (if necessary). When you board your rabbits with a Tasker, they’ll bring your pet’s cage into their own home, to be looked after while you’re away. This means more attention for your furry pets versus having them stay at rabbit kennels or some other boarding facility. Boarding will also give you more peace of mind versus typical rabbit sitting, where your pets will only get 1-2 visits per day and will otherwise be left on their own.

 

Though the details may vary depending on your pet’s own needs and the Tasker you hire, here’s what you can expect when you use Airtasker to book bunny boarding services near you:

 

Feeding

The Tasker follows your brief for feeding and giving fresh water to your rabbit. This can be customised to fit your routine and lessen the stress on your pet. It also shows them that despite the new environment, they can trust the human who is taking care of them for the time being. 

 

Make sure to brief your Tasker on what you feed your rabbit and how much - fresh vegetables, nugget-type food, etc. Stock up on pet food supplies before you turnover your pet, and make sure your Tasker knows where to get them if they run out of food before you return. Since rabbits need a lot of water, your Tasker also makes sure that your pet has a constant supply of clean water. 

 

If your pet is on medication, make sure your Tasker knows how to give this to your rabbit. In case of emergencies, it’s good to give your bunny sitter the contact information of your vet and to let your vet know that your bunny is boarding with someone. 

 

Cage cleaning

Your Tasker takes charge of scooping and changing the litter in your rabbit’s cage. If you are out for a long trip, they may also do a general cleaning of your pet’s cage. Make sure you specify how often to clean the pen and how to keep your pet safe while they do so. 

 

Playtime and cuddle time

Your rabbit will also need some time to hop-hop-hop around, chew their toys, and get some brushing and cuddling! The Tasker makes sure that the area is secure before they let your pet out of their cage - no doors they can suddenly escape from, or random items that they might accidentally chew on. If you have any particular rules about playtime with your pet, do let your Tasker know beforehand. By indulging your pet in their regular playtime and showing them that they’re loved, your bunny stays happy and stress-free even while you’re apart. 

Recent Rabbit Boarding tasks in Inner South Melbourne

Rabbit grooming

$50

Highett VIC 3190, Australia

30th Mar 2020

I require someone with necessary experience to come past and cut my rabbits nails and clean him up.

Feed my chooks & rabbit and clean them out

$120

Cheltenham VIC 3192, Australia

27th Jul 2016

I'm off on holiday for three weeks and although my housemate will be home, she is afraid of birds and so can't cope with cleaning the chickens out for me. I have five free range chickens (four of whom are friendly and three of which are so friendly you can stroke them) and a very cute free-range rabbit called Jake, who is a bit of an escape artist...so this job is for someone who is great with animals and who will be very cautious and careful when entering and leaving my property. This is 1 hour MAX work for someone once a week, for FOUR weeks, so I'm paying for four hours work. If you cannot do all of these dates and times then please do not bid. I did this the last two weekends in 45 minutes so 1 hour each day is definitely more than enough time. The dates that are required are: Saturday 6th August (any time between 7am and 4:30pm) Friday 12th August (any time between 7am and 4:30pm) Thursday 18th August (any time between 7am and 4:30pm) Wednesday 24th August (any time between 7am and 4:30pm) Please don't pick my rabbit up, or chase the animals. Jake hates being picked up and will become mistrusting of you if you do that. If you're patient though and hold on to a piece of apple or another yummy treat, he's usually happy to be stroked or brushed. He is very inquisitive, **** probably hang out with you as you clean the chickens out and he might playfully nudge your ankles with his nose. The tasks include: 1) Filling up the chicken and rabbit feeders 2) Emptying newspaper and straw from nesting box and collecting eggs (you can keep these) 3) Emptying, cleaning and filling up water containers 4) Emptying newspaper and chicken poop from chicken coop (all poop just goes into my wheelbarrow and I'll compost this when I'm back) 5) Sweeping concrete paths and drive and putting poop into wheelbarrow 6) Checking for rabbit burrows in the back corner of my garden and filling them in (Jake can't dig much of a burrow in a week...the garden is very secure, but the back corner allows him to dig and sometimes the burrows can get pretty major if not checked weekly) In the days running up to coming around to do the work it would be really great if you can put any of the following into a container for the chickens and rabbit: carrot peelings / carrot tops fresh basil fresh parsley broccoli leaves or broccoli stalk (You can take leaves off all the broccoli at the supermarket and they don't charge you for them.) dandelion leaves from lawn (make sure no weedkiller has been put down) clover weed from the lawn (make sure no weedkiller has been put down) cauliflower leaves cabbage (white or red) rose leaves Grass, such as Kikuyu from the nature strips Apple or Pear Cores (but you MUST remove the seeds, they are very toxic) Don't give Avocado (highly toxic). Also, he's not interested in lettuce and it's not good for him either. I will be leaving some celery and stuff for Jake with my house mate, so she might leave some greens out for him some days, but if you can supplement with any bits and bobs from the list above, he would love you for it. I don't trust my house mate to give him all the greens that he needs. He eats a lot! Here's step by step what to do. It's simple but doing it in this order will make you more efficient. Remember: Jake the rabbit is free range with my chickens and he's an escape artist so keep an eye on your feet as you enter and exit! He is a master of slipping between your feet when you're heading out the gate. If you're trying to leave and you can see he's close by and he's trying to escape, just make him think you're trying to pick him up - it will distract him and make him hop away. 1) Remove Chicken Feeder from Chicken Coop and take to Aluminium Shed. Fill it up with chicken feed in the red and black sack and place in plastic stackabox (on floor of shed with newspapers and straw in it) 2) Take an egg box from shelf and put into stackabox. Carry stack-a-box back around to chicken coop. 3) Open up slanted roof on chicken coop (this is the nesting box) and remove the eggs. Put them in the egg box. 4) Remove water dispenser and the brick from the floor of the coop and take the water dispenser and the egg box round to the back door (past aluminium shed). Wash poop off eggs. Empty and refill water dispenser. A splash of apple cider vinegar in the water is ideal..ACV bottle is by the tap. 5) Put Egg Box and Water Dispenser on TOP of coop (dont return water to proper location yet) 6) Fetch Wheelbarrow from Garage (dustpan and brush is in wheelbarrow) wheel out to coop area 7) Remove all of straw and newspapers from nesting box, put into wheelbarrow 8) Slide out tray from beneath perches in chicken coop. Tip poop and newspaper sheets into wheelbarrow. Remove perches and place on roof of coop. 9) Use dustpan and brush to remove all dust and poop from inside coop. Start in the nesting box and do the floor of the coop last. 10) Replace the chicken feeder ensuring top and bottom hooked over wire supports. 11) Put a whole newspaper (all pages opened out) into base of nesting box and fill with straw. Close and latch roof securely. 12) Put a whole newspaper (opened out and folded to correct length) into sliding tray under perches. Slide tray back into place. Give perches a wash and replace. 13) Put brick and water dispenser back into place. 14) Use Back of Broom and Dustpan for scraping and broom and brush for sweeping, to remove chicken poop from all of concrete around coop plus paths and fresh poops sitting on top of the lawn (there aren't usually many). 15) Put all poop in wheelbarrow. Put wheelbarrow back in garage (I'll sort this out later) 16) Return Stackabox back to Aluminium Shed 17) Go through the cat flap gate by back door - this is Jake's area. 18) Fill up the rabbit bowl (it's red) and feed dispenser from the pedal bin by the cat-flap door. The food is in the RIGHT compartment. 19) Give him fresh greens / veg scraps that you have brought and also please take a bunch of weeds from my dirt pile behind the front garden for him. 20) Refill Jake's water bottle 21) Head into the back corner of the back garden (behind the lemon tree...the corner has a tarpaulin above and a timber picket fence and gate enclosing it. 22) Check that Jake hasn't dug any massive burrows. If he has, fill them in (this takes two minutes) 23) Count the chickens - there should be 5. Check that you have seen the rabbit. 24) Don't forget to take your eggs home! I can show you around this weekend if you wish to see me do the work. I'll be cleaning them out on Saturday afternoon. Note - If Jake the rabbit does escape, it won't be the end of the world. I live in a court and it's relatively easy to catch him. If it all goes really wrong and he does escape, he will most likely come back as he has escaped many times before. We'll just need to communicate with my neighbours and my house mate and have everyone keeping an eye out to let him back in when he's ready.

Di is amazing....so thorough and she really cares. Came with a notepad and took notes, sent me photos of my rabbit and chooks throughout my holiday. Highly recommended! Would love to use her services again

Rabbit-proof the back yard

$300

Malvern East VIC, Australia

15th Jan 2020

We have a pet bunny that currently living indoors. We would like to have the back yard (Back and side fences) rabbit-proofed so he cannot dig his way under the fence and escape.

Feed pet Rabbits during holiday

$200

Mentone VIC, Australia

6th Mar 2016

Hi There, I would like someone to come to my home and feed (I will provide the Food and water) my pet rabbits daily for 29 days. Prefer someone live in Mentone or close by. Thank You Brian

Totally happy with the job done by Kealey.

Pet Feeding Rabbits 3 days

$60

Caulfield North VIC, Australia

31st Mar 2021

Hi there! I am looking for someone to drop by to feed my 2 friendly mini lop rabbits (and let them have a quick hop around) for 3 days over Easter (Sat-Mon). Are you available? I'm in Caulfield North near Orrong Rd. Thank you :)

Take care of rabbit

$100

Malvern East VIC 3145, Australia

15th Jun 2017

looking for someone who able to take care of my rabbit from 16 June - 26 July 2017 as I'm going on holiday food will be provided job descriptions • let him out from cage 2 / week • feed him 2 times a day fill water when it's empty -clean his cage once or twice a week