Some articles by Ian White, founder of Housecarers.com

How to Select the Best Dog Possible for Your Home by Ian White

Buying a Puppy? – Use This Puppy Checklist by Ian White

Small Dog Breeds For Small Homes by Ian White

Obedience Basics for Puppies that Stay Home Alone; a Guide for Working Pet Owners by Ian White

Retirees Find House Sitting Opens the Door to a New World by Ian White

House Sitters Are Coming to the Rescue of Many Travellers by Ian White

Vacationers Home Check-List: Everything You Should Know Before You Leave by Ian White

Home Security – Defend Your Home and Possessions Against Intruders! by Ian White

House Sitters Love Their Life by Ian White

How To Get Your Pet To Strike The Pose: Tips For Photographing Your Pet by Ian White

Moving? Don't Leave Your Mind Behind by Ian White

Pet Sitting Business is Thriving by Ian White

Caretaking Is a Win-Win Situation by Ian White

Choose the Right Puppy for Your Family by Ian White

Puppy Training Tips for the First Week by Ian White

Mounting Responsibilities Have Some Homeowners Afraid to Leave the House by Ian White

For a Business That Licks the Competition, Become a Pet-Sitter! by Ian White

Find a Best Dog Friend Online by Ian White

Does Your Dog Have An Irritating Jumping Habit by Ian White

You Should Teach Your Puppy Proper Chewing Behavior by Ian White

Cats Make Great Pets If You Understand Them by Ian White

Seniors Have Myriad of Travel Options Available to Them Through House Sitting by Ian White

What is Your Dog Breed? by Ian White

Does Your Dog Have a Barking Problem? Ask Your Neighbor, They Will Tell You! by Ian White


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4 comments:

prosous said...

Ian,
would it be inappropriate to offer some home repair services as part of my service? I am a seasonal painter and builder. could I use my experience as a niche to acquire sits,and would my house sitting bond be suitable for minor repairs?
Thanks,
Dale

Susan Heslington said...

Ian - I'm sure most people would love that service you offer. I'm here in Tuscany and see that many people need ALOT of work doing to their second homes, yet can't afford the repairs.

For instance, my friend up the road in the village I live has needed quite a bit of work doing to his terraced garden. He hires 2 locals (not the best of work I have to say) and my boyfriend has helped him on occasions. However, its costing him a lot and stressing him out. He is a pensioner. He is not alone regarding this.

I would certainly offer your services for free in return for house-sitting services.

Hope this answer helps.

All the best,
Susan

Ian White, Housecarers said...

Hi Susan , great thanks for letting me know and spreading the word. Please use the contact form at www.housecarers.com to communicate more with me Ian White (founder). Also if you want to give me your address I can send some flyers and brochures.

Ian White, Housecarers said...

Hi Dale, yes that would be an advantage. I am sure some homeowners could use you. There is no bonding with housesitting. you would have to work out insurance cover arrangements Ian www.housecarers.com