6 Unusual & Important Questions To Ask A Potential Pet Sitter
Pet Sitters

6 Unusual & Important Questions To Ask A Potential Pet Sitter

by Amber Kingsley  •  July 21, 2016
Hiring a pet sitter is a highly personal experience and when you add your beloved four-legged friend into the picture, things get a little more complicated. While you could ask some obvious questions, like how much experience they have, offer a list of reference, see if they’re licensed, bonded and insured, there’s also some other more personal queries you may have. Take a look at these 6 important and unusual questions you should ask a qualified pet sitter before considering hiring t...
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5 Qualities of Superb House Sitters
House Sitting Job Tips

5 Qualities of Superb House Sitters

by Craig Sutton  •  May 13, 2016
You’re on vacation. You’re anxiously watching the news for information about the storm that you missed back home. As you listen to the report of strong winds, the televisions shows several damaged houses, and trees that have fallen. You panic. You wonder how your home is. You wonder if the house sitter is okay. Your mind races, you scramble to your phone. The phone rings… and rings… and your house sitter answers. Fortunately, you have a great house sitter and they took the necessary...
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9 Do's and Don'ts of Excellent House Sitting

9 Do's and Don'ts of Excellent House Sitting

by Kathy Green  •  December 31, 2015
An excellent reputation is the most valuable thing that you own as a house sitter. It is built carefully over time, and can be lost easily with one bad experience. Read on to find a few helpful suggestions that should ensure that you are known as an exemplary house sitter.
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How to Become a House Sitter
House Sitting Job Tips

How to Become a House Sitter

by Danica T  •  June 11, 2015
We've put together our best tips on how to help you secure your first house sitting assignment, which will hopefully lead to many more in the future. Whether you're a seasoned professional or just starting out, it never hurts to learn something new.
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