Research published this year in BMC Psychiatry suggests that keeping cats and dogs as pets could be improving people’s mental health and might contribute to the management of long-term mental
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Becoming a Home & Pet Sitter has unexpected benefits. 76% of Homesitters say they spend more quality time together when they do assignments with their partners. Become a Homesitter and spend your time looking after homes and pets with your partner.
A recent survey of over 55s revealed that pet owners do almost double the amount of exercise as non-pet owners.
Many cat owners know that having a cat really lifts their mood and can improve mental wellbeing by providing companionship and having something to stroke, cuddle and care for.
Butcher’s Pet Care found that dog owners are healthier than those without pets. Join our pet sitting team here at Homesitters to increase your mental & physical health whilst looking after ot
50 Connect - Gain the mental health benefits of spending time with cats and dogs, without owning one
Spending time with pets brings many mental and physical health benefits. Home and pet sitting is an excellent way for animal lovers to gain all the benefits of pet ownership without the commi
This is Money - Should you trust a house-sitter to look after your pets when you go on holiday? How to find someone you can rely on.
Should you trust a house-sitter to look after your pets when you go on holiday? How to find someone you can rely on.
For 63% of homesitters looking after pets was the main reason they chose the role and for just over 70% looking after animals was thing they enjoyed most.
Become a homesitter. Many recently retired people are applying to become home & pet sitters. Part-time home & pet sitting is ideal for retirees. Flexible hours, increased exercise, exploring
Homesitters are offering home & pet sitting jobs, with flexible hours, ideal for people who are retired and looking for extra finance. Read about the financial benefits that come alongside wo