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Building a new home is one of the most important things you can do. It’s quite logical then that the experience is both exciting and scary. If you don’t even know where to start, take a look at this useful advice.
A while ago we published a blog post on how to keep your home clean with pets. It was great advice and something every pet owner or pet sitter should check out. That article did a great job of providing pre-emptive strategies for keeping the home clean. What it didn't cover is what to do in the event of an 'accident' occurring.
Leaving your pet at home or in the care of others is sometimes a daunting task. Pet sitting is a helpful and stress-free solution to making your holiday as smooth as possible without worrying about your animal’s welfare. My Pet Warehouse, Australia’s largest online retailer for pet supplies has some helpful tips to make sure your pet remains comfortable and happy at home whilst you’re away.
Don’t waste anymore time or money on puppy pads or fake grass Potty Plant has recently launched in Australia and is making toilet training a breeze for dog owners who live in apartment or flats.
On a global scale, Australians are known to hold one of the highest rates of pet ownership with 63 per cent of the population cohabiting with a peti. If doggy day care and cat hotels aren’t an option, new pet monitoring technology from Motorola can help animal owners keep track of their furry friends while away from home.
Looking for an April escape? Why not housesit your way across beautiful Australia as a housesitter? Best of all it’s FREE accommodation!
There have been many words about various benefits of growing up together with pets, mostly considering having a great friend from the moment kids are born and the fact that their presence reduces allergies. Moreover, having pets around is not only useful, but it also can be irreplaceable for older folks. Basically, pets make the lives of their humans better.
JUST over a year ago, Rachel and Shaun Freeman found themselves stuck in a rut.
For most of us our homes are our sanctuaries, our safe haven and we think nothing can get us there. But for those of us with pets, there are some hidden creepy crawlies that like to hitch-hike into our homes unseen and without us even noticing!
When housesitting you may stay at a house that has pets. Usually this is a dog, cat or fish ... however occasionally you may find a pet of a larger variety outside your bedroom window – a Horse! Caring for a Horse is very different to smaller pets, so here are a few pointers from the experts at Chapman Valley Horse Riding to make your Horse-sitting experience go smoothly!
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