Police checks - It's important to know who you are entrusting your pet to, and if they are staying in your home - whether they have a criminal record of violence, theft, and dishonesty.
Drivers Licence checks - Understanding whether someone has a drivers licence to transport your pet to the vet if required in an emergency is a must.
Public Liability Insurance - In the event of negligence, this protects your bank account against the financial burden of potentially tens of thousands of dollars in the event of a Pet Accident or Illness. Large unexpected debt can set you back financially for years.
Right to work in Australia - Illegal immigrants who have overstayed their visa or do not have working rights on their visa can face penalties up to $63,000 and/or five years imprisonment for individuals,$315,000 for companies.
NDIS Training, Safeguards, and Registration - NDIS participants are among the most vulnerable members of our society and companies have a duty of care in engaging with them. NDIS have a set of rigid compliance rules that must be followed to ensure that the participants receive the best possible care and attention. This process is subject to external audit to ensure compliance.
Industry Recognised Accredited Animal Care Training - this type of training helps the Carer understand Boarding Codes of Practice, Local Council Laws, and the Five Freedoms, and uses positive reinforcement only. This means your pet will not be abused.