The bond we share with our pets is so strong and every owner’s worst fear is losing their furry friend
Results for: Dog Care
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.
A recent survey of over 55s revealed that pet owners do almost double the amount of exercise as non-pet owners.
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
Employer News - Home and pet sitters wanted in Scotland – An ideal role for retirees wanting flexible employment in 2019
National home and pet sitting company, Homesitters Ltd is seeking homesitters in Scotland to look after people’s homes and pets when they go on holiday to meet growing client demand. Contact Homesitters for more information.
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.
Becoming a pet sitter allows you to enjoy the benefits of pets without actually owning them. BMC Psychiatry states that looking after cats & dogs is improving people’s mental health and contributes to the management of long-term mental health conditions.
A new survey of 12,000 over-50s from Saga highlights that many older workers don’t want to retire.
Cooking for your dogs seems to be a growing trend among owners keen to avoid additives in commercial dog food or who want to have more control over their dog’s diet. Homesitters can cook & prepare meals for your pets whilst you're away from home.
Homesitters Ltd has a wonderful time attending DogFest 2019 at Knebworth House in Hertfordshire on Saturday 11th May and Sunday 12th May.