Unique service delivers everything from chicks to bulls

Candace McLeish and Carly Bourke at work.
Candace McLeish and Carly Bourke at work. Alistair Brightman

HORSE whisperers Carly Bourke and Candace McLeish have put their heads together to offer door-to-door delivery of any animals and livestock.

CC Pet Transport will deliver livestock from baby chickens to your prized bull in a calm and non-stressful environment.

The two animal lovers have grown up on farms and been involved and own a variety of pets.

Candace said the business had been already operating for a month or two.

"We have taken livestock from Nanango to Hervey Bay and interstate and offer free quotes to all inquiries," she said.

"Carly and I have years of experience and are companionate with animals and have studied natural horsemanship."

Carly said she was working in health but had always done deliveries but at the time it wasn't her primary job.

"I wanted to do something I love and I'm good at," she said.

CC's Pet Transport also delivers and supplies livestock produce including chaff, hay, grains, mixed rations and more. They also offer back-fill trips.

"We will have a go at moving anything in a friendly and professional manner," Carly said.

Visit them on Facebook or Gumtree or phone 0466 899 690 for more information.

Carly Bourke and Candace McLeish from CC Pet Transport.
Carly Bourke and Candace McLeish from CC Pet Transport. Alistair Brightman

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