My Furry Kids Need Your Love and Care While I'm Away
Hi. I am a female Psychiatrist and a Mindfulness Teacher, in middle age.
I have four lovely dogs what are very sweet . They enjoy being around me. Two of them are big and medium size. I take then for walks and they are very happy as soon as I get the keys to go out.
The other two are lapdogs and very comfortable living a more sedentary life.
They really function in a pack and is amazing to observe how they communicate.
Zoe, the big one, wakes me up every morning coming close to me and asking for cuddles.
Rusty is more lazy at waking up time and if it is still dark he just ignore all of us and carry on sleeping for another while.
Charly and Mapuche go together all the time and right next to me.
I am planning a trip to my home land to visit friends and family.
While I am away II want to provide them with loving care. They will miss me and I will miss them.
Our Home & Location
My home is really cosy and nicely decorated. Its style is "farm chic" with splashes of eclecticism. It is equipped with everything necessary for a comfortable living.
The neighbourhood is a residential area with houses that hold big gardens, loads of green, a natural reserve just outside my home, a dam and a natural reserve with zebras and bucks in it.
The house is in a cul de sack, what makes the area very quiet. There is a small park right next to the house in the cul de sack. There are many birds, owls and some other small wildlife in the surrounding areas.
At the same time, the neighbourhood is centrally located, very close to the N1 highway making it a very easy access to all major roads of the country. Two minutes away there are shopping malls and commercial centres that offers everything from very nice and trendy restaurants and cafes to cinemas, pharmacies and supermarkets....
The house has a really enjoyable covered patio where to sit and read, listen to music or enjoy a meal. The garden is not too big but very cosy and populated with many plants and flowers.
The environment is very quiet and the nights are peaceful and silent. + More info
Responsibilities & Pets
It is required that the sitter feeds the dogs twice a day and take the two big dogs for a walk once a day. The garden should be watered twice a week if there is no rain. ( There is an irrigation system). When leaving the house and at night all the fences in windows and doors should be closed. The cleaning of the house should be done regularly. If the sitter agrees to a small fee (R200/each service /p day) there is a service of a house cleaning and gardening maintenance, once a week.