dog-sitter

dog-sitter

n
a person who looks after a dog while its owner is away
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Some may think I'm a terrible friend and equally bad dog-sitter.
He knows a night out involves organising a child-minder, a dog-sitter, making reservations, feeding the family first and volunteering to be the designated driver.
Want to turn the lights on at the shore house before arriving or check on the dog-sitter back at home?
The former Tory frontbencher claimed he needed the allowance to pay for four staff, including a dog-sitter.
Most recently, in Charlton, a large Bernese Mountain Dog broke through ice while on a walk with a dog-sitter.
Our dogs have totally changed our life - their vet bills are like a second mortgage, going anywhere without them is limited to a four hour window unless we have a dog-sitter and the holidays we take now are dog-friendly ones - but that choice was ours and we wouldn't have it any other way.
Kathy Robson has remained at home in Greece to look after the family's two black labradors and currently has no plans to find a dog-sitter, the teenager has disclosed.
My friend Elizabeth has to go out of town, and her usual dog-sitter is busy.
HUMAN STARS: Jamie Lee Curtis plays the fashion boss, Drew Barrymore voices Chloe and Piper Perabo, left, is dog-sitter Rachel.
No need to watch the clock during a night on the town-the hotel's pet concierge will arrange for a dog-sitter.
If you want to keep seeing Joe you'll have to persuade him to come over to yours and find a dog-sitter, or put up with the yapping over at his.
The defendant had met former lover Adrian Sinclair when he responded to her advert in the Big Issue looking for a live-in dog-sitter.