dog-sitter

dog-sitter

n
a person who looks after a dog while its owner is away
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When Andrew Bakalar embarked on a recent 10-day business trip to Paris, he left his beloved pooches, Jujee and Elsa Rose, in the hands of a trusted dog-sitter.
Music streaming company Deezer is testing a dog-friendly policy at its London HQ after a staff member couldn't get a dog-sitter.
After escaping her first employers, a fellow Filipino helped her get a job as dog-sitter.
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.
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.
Most recently, in Charlton, a large Bernese Mountain Dog broke through ice while on a walk with a dog-sitter.
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.
Alfie's boy, Charlie, leaves Alfie with a dog-sitter and Alfie runs away and gets lost.
This is the story of Alfie, the young deerhound who, when left with a dog-sitter, runs away and gets lost.