pet sitting

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pet′ sit`ting


n.
the act of caring for a pet in its own home while the owner is away.
pet′ sit`ter, n.
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Noun1.pet sitting - the work of a pet sitterpet sitting - the work of a pet sitter; caring for pets in their own home while their owners are away from home
care, tending, attention, aid - the work of providing treatment for or attending to someone or something; "no medical care was required"; "the old car needs constant attention"
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Reacting with shock, dog walker Kitty Jenkins, from Neston, said: "I walk four miles there with my dog every day and care about it a lot due to that.
com)-- An innovative and highly functional new twist on an essential pet accessory, the Dog Walker, has been developed by Sabrina Wright of Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
A DOG walker had his front teeth knocked out when he was attacked in a Solihull park.
Stretch, 47, was found guilty at Cambridge Crown Court of the attempted murder of dog walker Robin Bereza, while Layton, 36, was convicted of preventing the lawful burial of two murder victims.
WRITE TO PETS, SEVEN DAYS, SUNDAY MAIL, ONE CENTRAL QUAY,GLASGOW, G3 8DA (SORRY BUT VIVIAN CAN'T REPLY TO EVERYONE) Our dog walker says a dog should be walked with other dogs to socialise it and stop it from barking, lunging and snapping when approached.
They looked so much in love," The Sun quoted a fellow dog walker, as saying.
Part of the Orca Currents series aimed at middle school reluctant readers, Dog Walker is a quick read with believable characters.
What I do is totally illegal," says a seasoned Baltimore dog walker as he ushers several dogs through the woods.
YOUR PERFECT WILD & CRAZY SUMMER STINT: Dog Walker.
Dog Walker, Jaime will be visiting community gatherings to promote pedestrian safety as well as the safety fashion products.
The bodies of two of the men were found by a dog walker less than a month apart in the churchyard of St Margaret's Church in North Street in Barking, while another was found near the ruins of Barking Abbey.