What happens when you want to go on holiday? One solution is to employ a homesitter.
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Sainsbury's Bank visual guide offers an overview of some common dog behaviours and expressions, to help you understand what exactly your dog is trying to communicate.
To help you ensure your dog still gets all the exercise they need during the winter and that they're happy and safe outside, Kirsty McGovern is going to share her top winter walking tips. Read on to find out more.
Not only are pets cared for in their home environment with minimal disruption, but there is the extra reassurance that their home looks occupied and should anything happen there is someone on hand to deal with an emergency.
While seeing more of the UK is a huge appeal, so does looking after animals. 72% said that looking after people’s pets was the biggest perk of the job.
Just like humans, dogs and cats can have off days when they just feel a bit under the weather. Most of the time this shouldn’t last more than 24 hours and they will usually perk up and be back to their usual selves.
World Mental Health Day: Become a homesitter and reap the mental health benefits of animal companionship
Improve your mental health by joining Homesitters. Stay in people's homes while they're on holiday and look after their pets for companionship. Contact us.
Homesitters offers house sitting & pet sitting work with flexible hours after retirement. Spend time caring for animals & staying in some amazing homes.
Travelling on holiday with pets can be dangerous. Use Homesitters house & pet sitting service to avoid travelling with pets. Contact Homesitters today.
Become a house-sitter & pet-sitter for benefits such as; spending time with animals, seeing more of the UK, staying in amazing homes etc. Contact us.