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Katie B

Wiltshire

Hello,
My name is Katie, I am 25 years old and have recently moved to Wiltshire with my husband and our two pets. I previously worked as a carer for the elderly, this type of job requires certain qualities in a person, such as a caring character, which I feel I definitely have. As much as I enjoy...

Kim M

Weymouth - Dorset

Hi!
I have extensive experience with a wide variety of pets and their specific requirements.
I have experience with cats, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, fish, chickens, geckos and horses.
I currently own my own pets and they are a member of my family. They are treated with...

Sands M

Bournemouth - Hampshire

DBS checked, caring, efficient and reliable!
I adore animals!
Personally I am completely neurotic over my pets welfare and I would absolutely treat your pets with the same love and attention.
I haven't gone on holiday for years as I am worried about leaving my dogs & cats...

THE ADVANTAGES OF PET SITTING

More and more pet owners are using the services of Max & Kitty to take advantage of the benefits of foster care and in-home pet care for their pets. Once you experience the professional pet care of Max & Kitty, you will never worry about leaving your pet alone again.

The contemporary Dorset

Located on the English Channel coast, Dorset is a county in South West England. Covering an area of roughly 1,024 square miles, Dorset shares borders with Hampshire to the east, Wiltshire to the north-east, Somerset to the north-west and Devon to the west. About half of the county's population is settled in the South East Dorset metropolitan area, while the expansive rural landscapes offer a relaxing escape from the hustle and bustle of the city, with a wide range of beautiful walks.

Featuring low-lying clay valleys, steep limestone ridges and broad elevated chalk downs, Dorset has a varied landscape. Three-quarters of the county's coastline is designated as a World Heritage Site which includes Durdle Door, Chesil Beach, the Isle of Portland and Lulworth Cove.

Even though there are no motorways in Dorset, two railway main lines connect to London and a network of A-roads cross the county. Dorset is also accessible from its international airport and the ports of Portland, Weymouth and Poole.

Mild winters and warm summers to enjoy Dorset everyday

Host to one of Europe's largest outdoor shows, Dorset also has a variety of festivals, theatres and museums. Providing a range of fantastic attractions, the whole family will never have to struggle to spice up their holiday get-togethers.

You can enjoy a day monkeying around at Monkey World, renowned ape rescue centre with hundreds of endangered and rescued monkeys and apes. The younger ones will love exploring Moors Valley Country Park and its 1000 acres of woods and parkland.

If you prefer your journey to go at a more relaxed pace, Dorset still has plenty to interest you. You will be able to allow your imagination to roam around the magnificent ancient buildings and unearth their secrets.

When schedule, vacations or work conflicts take you away, Max & Kitty provides the most reliable, highest quality, and personalised pet care, tailored to meet your furry family members' needs as much as yours. Foster family, home boarding or pet walking, a wide choice of pet-sitting services awaits you wherever you are.

More than 12 satisfied customers for pet sitting in in Dorset

Petsittings by Eleanor - Taunton

Review written on Aug 24, 2018

Lucy took fantastic care of 3 dogs, 2 cats and one terrapin. Taking the dogs for trips out as well as walking them from home, I think they had as much of a holiday as we did. The house was clean, tidy and she changed the bedding so everything was perfect for our return. We would definitely recommend...

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