86% of Britons said they took a holiday either at home or abroad in the 12 months to August 2016, which was a significant increase on the previous year (77%).
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January is the month when our thoughts turn to holidays and AOL recently revealed their top 12 destinations for 2017.
Dog theft has risen 22% in the past two years in England and Wales and a BBC investigation found more than 5,000 dogs have been reported stolen to police forces.
A recent study showed that more retired people are playing an increasingly active role. Being a House Sitter and looking after pets is one such role.
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.
Whilst exotic animals are not everyone’s first choice of pet, the demand for them appears to be growing throughout the UK.
According to NearestBeach.co.uk there are 351 beaches that allow dogs & a further 450 beaches that allow dogs with some restrictions in the British Isles.
An empty home is an irresistible target for a burglar so it’s in important to do all you can to protect your home.
Our assignments are varied so homesitters may find themselves in a remote farmhouse one week or an urban apartment or luxury bungalow by the sea the next.
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?