dog-sitter

dog-sitter

n
a person who looks after a dog while its owner is away
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A PROFESSIONAL Midland dog-sitter has had her licence revoked as police and the council continue to probe the disappearance of five pets.
Plus there's also a review system that allows you to see what others are saying about your chosen dog-sitter.
Yes, she owns more yoga pants now, but the money -- besides paying rent, bills, dog-sitter and a small team -- means she can keep her yoga free, "for the people who can't afford it".
Girmschied said she's out of work now -- it's hard to complete her usual jobs as a dog-sitter and dog-walker with a broken hand -- but said her family and her boyfriend have been major supports.
Zoe Doughty, Coco's owner, called in the detective duo after her pet did a runner while in the care of a dog-sitter.
I tease my retired partner as our 'dog-sitter' as he supervises our kasambahay to help him attend to the care of our dogs.
After escaping her first employers, a fellow Filipino helped her get a job as dog-sitter. She took care of 10 dogs and recalled having to sleep beside five dogs and cleaning their poop, even as she was eating her meals.
At least not until we get a bigger house and regular dog-sitter.
Pratik Brahma said the victim was a dog-sitter at the home, which is owned by a woman with two children.
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.
Most recently, in Charlton, a large Bernese Mountain Dog broke through ice while on a walk with a dog-sitter. A 911 call was made by the man when it was clear that the dog was not able to climb out of the ice hole.