Homesitters Limited is featured on Sixty Plus Surfer, in a story titled "Take on a new Challenge in 2017 and Become a Homesitter"
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Keeping busy, meeting new people and taking a break from your usual routine are all said to contribute to a person’s wellbeing and happiness. For those looking to do just that in the New Year, becoming a homesitter could be just the job.
Peter particularly likes looking after dogs as he loves going out on walks and keeping fit, but he has also looked after cats, pigs, sheep, fish and chickens.
Case Study - Home and pet sitting is the perfect occupation for early retirees Janet and Steve Groom
The couple are thoroughly enjoying the home and pet sitting lifestyle, they stay in gorgeous properties and looking after animals has become a real highlight for them.
Homesitters are employed by our clients to look after their home and keep it safe and secure when they go away, as well as care for any pets. But what does the role typically involve?
Homesitters Limited is featured on Sixty Plus Surfer, in a story titled "More Retirees are Choosing to Work."
Homesitters Limited is featured in Pocket Mags, in a story titled "Diaries of a pet sitter."
Peter enjoys the responsibility of home sitting, but above all, loves looking after dogs. He finds that no two dogs are the same; they each have individual personalities and are good fun to be with.
Homesitters Limited is featured in the Daily Express, in a story titled "Retirement Special."
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.