RUSSELL & AMÉRICA
CARE FOR YOUR PETS AND YOUR HOUSE
WHILE YOU ARE AWAY
Are you looking for house sitters who are professional, dependable and will look after your pets and your house like their own?
FIRST AND FOREMOST WE ARE
We have continuous experience of providing loving care to pets and properties in England and France.
As a professional married couple who work remotely via the internet, we are able to travel to you and look after your animals, giving you the peace of mind you need to enjoy your own travels!
AND THATS NOT ALL…
We also enjoy gardening and have a great love of the outdoors, so we can take good care of your property and plants too while you are away.
Our House Sitting Record
YOUR PEACE OF MIND
We travel in our own vehicle across Europe.
PET FIRST AID
América is qualified in Pet First Aid.
We are both non-smokers.
No foul odours on your return.
We have no children.
We have no pets.
Can we look after yours?
Our home was even cleaner and tidier than we left it,
with no residual evidence of their stay,
other than a welcoming collection of homecoming gifts,
and very happy pets.
James – UK Homeowner – August 2016
Covering France & Europe
We have been members of the Nomador site since 2016. Most of our contacts through this site have been for families living in France.
Covering the UK
We recently joined Trusted Housesitters to build up our profile in the UK. Russell grew up on the Kent and East Sussex border.
America’s Home Owners Guide!
América’s talents don’t stop at Pet First Aid! She is currently writing a homeowners guide to house and pet sitting based on her first-hand experience. It will be available soon!
America’s Housesitting Tips
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