Cooking for your dogs seems to be a growing trend among owners keen to avoid additives in commercial dog food or who want to have more control over their dog’s diet. Homesitters can cook & prepare meals for your pets whilst you're away from home.
One of the reasons is that they want their dog or cat looked after in their home environment. A lot of people don’t fancy the idea of leaving their family pet in a kennel or cattery, as pets can find these places stressful. Contact Homesitters today.
Looking for fun and unusual ways to exercise your four-legged friend? Take a look at this infographic for intriguing dog exercise tips. Join our team of pet sitters to look after people's dogs whilst they are away from home. Get exercise for retirees.
If you have a pet that is sick or requires medication it can mean having to put off going away. This doesn’t have to be the case though. Many of our homesitters are well versed in caring for sick animals and are happy to give medication too.
We’re delighted to announce the five worthy winners of our DogFest competition. These lucky dogs and their owners will be off for a fantastic day out at this year’s DogFest, the UK’s ultimate summer festival for dogs.
Looking after your feline friend and ensuring they are healthy and happy is a priority.
Many couples want to keep busy and active in retirement which is leading some to become Homesitters. One of the many attractions of the role is the chance to visit different parts of the country.
Sue & Roy Strangeway packed in their jobs as funeral directors to join growing army of pet-sitting helpers. The couple, who are in their 60s, are the latest retirees to become housesitters, who babysit strangers’ pets while they are away.
50 Connect - Home and pet sitting offers animal lovers the opportunity to spend time with unusual pets
Pet sitting gives you an opportunity to look after people's unusual pets at their homes. Look after snakes, reptiles, parrots, ferrets pigs and other animals. Becoming a home and pet sitter appeals to people’s sense of adventure. Join Homesitters today.
Dogs can be trained, cats can’t, right? Well no. Cats can in fact respond well to training, it’s just that most people don’t bother trying because cats appear mysterious and aloof.