We are operating on a limited Click and Collect basis at Puparazzi Day Spa to ensure your dogs essential services, Health and Welfare are met.
Please be aware we have in-place an all new NSW Service COVID Safety Plan procedures.
One of our lovely staff will greet you to advise on the next steps.
( Please consider during wet weather to bring protective wet weather gear, eg Umbrella. )
The dynamics are changing almost on an hourly basis. Please keep on top of the restrictions requirements.
Having said that, I guess the best way to understand if you can come over is - if you can access your Cross Border Pass than you can come over.
Here is the link to Vic Service;-
Please use our business address as reference.;-
Puparazzi 972 Mate Street Albury NSW 2640.
Great news for our Wodonga regional clients. We have 3 groups that you can call on to arrange a Pick-up and or Drop-off service.
We welcome you to phone any of these wonderful people to make arrangements to ensure your dogs essential services are still met. They will make contact with us to confirm the arrangements with your appointment date and times.
Mary Goring Pet Care
Please make arrangements well in advance and please make contact with us for further help.
16 Aug Written By PIAA
PIAA asked NSW Health if the restrictions currently in place for mobile and grooming salons now extend to the whole of NSW?
Answer: Yes, see updated summary below.
PIAA asked NSW Health if dog daycare and pet boarding establishments can remain open for essential workers and those who may be unwell and unable to care for their pets?
Answer: Dog daycare and pet boarding establishments are not subject to closure.
COVID-19 UPDATE - PET GROOMING SALONS AND MOBILE SERVICES
As at 25 August 2021.
This is a summary of restrictions that apply to pet grooming salons and mobile services under the Public Health (COVID-19 Additional Restrictions for Delta Outbreak) Order 2021
The following restrictions apply to persons providing pet grooming services
Pet grooming salons may remain open and mobile services may continue to operate and visit places of residence in NSW and in the Local Government Areas (LGA) of concern, in accordance with the following requirements.
Persons living or staying in the LGAs of concern may only leave their residence to work outside of their LGA if they are an authorised worker.
the list of authorised workers is published on the NSW Government website. It includes workers for animal welfare, care and accommodation services, excluding pet grooming unless there is an immediate animal welfare reason.
persons living in the LGAs of concern may only leave their LGA to provide pet grooming services if there is an immediate animal welfare reason.
From 28 August 2021, authorised workers who reside in an LGA of concern and who leave that LGA for purposes of work must obtain a permit from Service NSW, and must carry the permit and show to a police officer if requested.
From 30 August 2021, authorised workers who reside in an LGA of concern and who leave that LGA for purposes of work must have;
one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, or
a medical contraindication certificate (indicating a medical reason they cannot be vaccinated), or
comply with rapid antigen testing requirements.
From 30 August 2021, these workers must carry evidence of their vaccination, rapid antigen testing or a medical contraindication certificate.
Further information on requirements for vaccination, rapid antigen testing and medical contraindication certificate is available on the NSW Government website.
From 28 August 2021, persons who enter an LGA of concern for purposes of work must obtain a permit from Service NSW. There are no vaccination or testing requirements. These workers must carry their permit from 28 August 2021.
Previous requirements for testing for authorised workers who live or stay in the Canterbury-Bankstown LGA area no longer apply.
The following restrictions currently apply to persons using pet grooming services
· Mobile pet services may visit homes in NSW, including LGAs of concern.
· Persons living or staying in NSW (excluding LGAs of concern) may only leave their place of residence to obtain pet grooming services;
within their local government area (LGA) or within 5 km of their place of residence, but not within a LGA of concern, or
if the services are not reasonably available within those limits, elsewhere in NSW.
· Persons living or staying in an LGA of concern may only leave their place of residence to obtain pet grooming services;
within 5km of their place of residence, or
if they are not reasonably available within 5km of their residence, within their LGA, or
if they are not reasonably available within their LGA, from the closest place that they are reasonably available within Greater Sydney.
If there is an urgent animal welfare reason for the services, and you are unable to access a grooming salon or mobile service, please take the pet to the nearest available vet.
For the safety of pet grooming service providers and the safety of their clients, NSW Health encourages the rescheduling of any grooming services that can be delayed or are not required for animal welfare purposes.
The Public Health Orders are subject to change. To keep up to date with the latest news and changes please visit the NSW Government website.