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.
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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?
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.
Studies show that walking is good for your health and a recent study suggested that brisk walking for 25 minutes a day can add seven years to your life.
A recent report highlighted a trend in pet ownership, with people favouring smaller pets because of their changing family structures and lifestyles.
Home insurers will reward policyholders who take better care of their properties. With a home sitter you your house, pets & garden is looked after.