Many online agencies won’t find you an alternative sitter if the one booked can’t make an assignment for whatever reason, leaving you to either frantically try and find a replacement, or in the worst case scenario cancel your holiday.
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Even the best laid plans can sometimes go wrong.
Trusting your home and your pets to someone to look after is a big step, and selecting the right company to work with is vital. You need to know the sitters are professional, reliable and trustworthy, but what else should you consider?
It’s not just a professional service, the homesitters are interesting people and you feel like they will really look after your home.
If you are looking for inspiration on presents for your pet– here are some quirky ideas that we think your dog or cat would love.
Homesitters Limited is featured in The London Lifestyle magazines, in a story titled "Keep your home and pets secure when you go away."
A recent article came to our attention and we wanted to highlight the risks when employing a home and/or pet sitter that hasn’t been fully vetted.
An empty home is an irresistible target for a burglar so it’s in important to do all you can to protect your home.
It’s estimated that 12 million households or 46% of the UK population[i] has pets. Whilst some people rely on family and friends to step in, what happens to the pets if this isn’t an option?
A new survey commissioned by Wyevale Garden Centres[i], the UK’s largest chain, has found that 45 per cent of home growers are so passionate about their veggies they pay for someone to look after them while they are away.