It’s not just a professional service, the homesitters are interesting people and you feel like they will really look after your home.
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Weddings take a lot of preparation, but when Nicola Freeman from Surrey got married earlier this year, one thing she didn’t have to worry about was who was going to look after her dogs, pigs and home whilst she was off enjoying her honeymoon.
We would love a dog of our own, but we travel too much. However, since becoming homesitters, we get our ‘dog fix’ every winter and all the assignments we do involve looking after dogs.
Roger chose to work with Homesitters rather than other companies offering similar services because of the company’s high standards and professionalism which reminded him of working at Rolls Royce.
I wouldn’t put them in a kennel and cattery as it would be too much of a disruption – Bilbo prefers the company of humans to other dogs!
Raised near Homesitters’ office headquarters in Tring, Karen was aware of the company and felt more comfortable using a professional company rather than relying on an independent house sitter.
Tilly likes her home comforts and routine. Like most cats she is territorial and doesn’t like change, so I didn’t consider putting her in a cattery
Becoming a homesitter can be a great option, especially for single females who want the adventure of seeing more of the UK and enjoy caring for animals.
Having led such busy lives, they were both apprehensive about adjusting to a quiet retirement. Becoming homesitters seemed to be the perfect option them – offering flexible employment with responsibility and a sense of purpose.
Ann is so impressed with Homesitters that when she and her partner went on holiday a few years ago and didn’t have anyone to look after their own three cats they used the service themselves.