1 dog & 2 cats in North Bristol, England
We're a professional couple living in the suburbs of Bristol with our baby and 3 furbabies. We'll be away on a family holiday and it's very important to us that our pets can remain home and spoiled to bits!
We're looking for a housesitter who can keep the house tidy and clean and most of all tend to and love our pets as if they were their own!...
We will be reachable during your stay and only a couple hours drive away.
We love Bristol and all that it offers and are happy to give advice on places to visit and things to do during your stay. + More info
Our Home & Location
Our home is an end terrace 3 bedroom with a detached garage and driveway big enough for 2 vehicles. We have a spacious front and back garden with large deck area and barbecue. We take pride in our garden and ask if you can please keep it watered during your stay. We're surrounded by many families and the street is quiet and clean. There are many shops and restaurants within 5-15 minute drive and train and bus routes straight into Bristol city centre.
Responsibilities & Pets
Our two cats will be easy to tend, only needing feeding a few times a day. Elvis is often outside and Money is more of a homebody always lounging in the bedrooms. They are both very friendly and just enjoy company but if you're lucky they may spark a play session from time to time!
Phoenix is a lovely, snuggly Standard Poodle. He has no idea how big he is and would be happy to snuggle on your lap if he could fit! He enjoys our back garden although can be vocal with the neighbour dogs at times. He is very gentle around the cats and you can often find them all napping in the livingroom together. He only requires occasional walks but you can walk him as much as you'd like as there are many neighbourhood walking routes as well as a nature reserve. There are also many parks around Bristol if you wanted to drive there he is very well behaved in a car. He may need brushing if he gets wet to avoid matting but otherwise low maintenance as poodles don't shed. He can sometimes get over excited when seeing other dogs.
September 2018 | Deborah