People in professions such as the police retire relatively young at 60 years old and while some want to put their feet up, others prefer to stay busy and active. One option that suits retired police officers particularly well is to become a homesitter.
Let’s take a look at some of our favourites:
Not being in their own home and away from their owners can make the dog unhappy. They like routine and familiarity, and for some, especially older dogs this may not be the best solution.
We have put together the following tips for caring for an older dog, which you might find useful...
We wanted a lifestyle change - to live in different parts of the country and meet new people and we researched different ways to do this. We discovered Homesitters Ltd and it sounded perfect.
For those struggling to think of a name, help is on hand from the RSPCA who recently revealed its top dogs and cats names in the UK in 2016.
Looking after someone’s home and pets is a big responsibility. We’ve put together the following checklist to ensure all your assignments go smoothly.
Only 22% of burglaries happen when someone is there – so when you go away for one or two weeks your home is at its most vulnerable.
Research presented at the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Congress has suggested that setting aside 20-25 minutes a day to walk could add up to seven years to your life.