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Recommendations for dog sitter

Posted: Sun Nov 17, 2019 7:44pm
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EmmaandChris

Posts: 10

Joined: 17 Nov 2019

Hope someone cal help!

We recently moved here from London and need to find someone to look after our lovely chocolate labrador for the Christmas holidays.... Ideally we would love to find someone who's home she could go and stay in, but worst case a great kennel. She's very fond of humans, in particular children, so really we would love for her just to go and stay with a family for the time so they could all love each other!!

Any suggestions would be massively appreciated!

Thanks a lot

Emma and Chris

maria66

Posted: Wed Nov 27, 2019 2:15pm

Posts: 9

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Joined: 20 Aug 2017

Posted: Wed Nov 27, 2019 2:15pm

Hola Emma and Chris,

I live in Jerez in the historic centre but have a huge garden. I am 53, separated, happily (!) and have a little dog of my own called Suki. I am actually here over Christmas. I usually go to Ireland for the holidays but this year I thought to try a Spanish Christmas.

The garden is very secure as it used to be a bodega. There is plenty of shade and lots of space for your boy/girl to play in. I usually take Suki out once a day around town. It is more for the fact she is a nosy dog and likes to look around!

I love labradors and am considering getting one, so this would be a great trial run for me. I have had animals all my life and sometimes prefer them to Humans. I have done house sitting for a few years all over the World which was great fun. However, I have put down roots here, so the travel has stopped.

If you would like to come over some day and check me, Suki and the place out then you are more than welcome. I know I would want to if someone was taking Suki plops! She thinks herself a baby!!! She definitely does not consider herself a dog.

Anyway your dog would get lots of hugs and cuddles. S/he can sit by the fire in the evening with plenty of company from me and Suki.

Hope to hear from you,

Maria.

DianaM

Posted: Tue Oct 19, 2021 1:05pm

Posts: 2

Location: Tarifa

Joined: 8 Oct 2021

Posted: Tue Oct 19, 2021 1:05pm

maria66 wrote on Wed Nov 27, 2019 2:15pm:

Hola Emma and Chris,

I live in Jerez in the historic centre but have a huge garden. I am 53, separated, happily (!) and have a little dog of my own called Suki. I am actually here over Christmas. I usually go to Ireland for the holidays but this year I thought to try a Spanish Christmas.

The garden is very secure as it used to be a bodega. There is plenty of shade and lots of space for your boy/girl to play in. I usually take Suki out once a day around town. It is more for the fact she is a nosy dog and likes to look around!

I love labradors and am considering getting one, so this would be a great trial run for me. I have had animals all my life and sometimes prefer them to Humans. I have done house sitting for a few years all over the World which was great fun. However, I have put down roots here, so the travel has stopped.

If you would like to come over some day and check me, Suki and the place out then you are more than welcome. I know I would want to if someone was taking Suki plops! She thinks herself a baby!!! She definitely does not consider herself a dog.

Anyway your dog would get lots of hugs and cuddles. S/he can sit by the fire in the evening with plenty of company from me and Suki.

Hope to hear from you,

Maria.

Hello Maria,

I am looking for someone to take care of my 2 dogs this Xmas, actually from 18th December to January 3rd. They are both mature girls and easy to care for....Gwenda is a Jack Russel and Kerry, a Bodeguero. Will you be available this year?

Kind regards, Diana

Dilly49

Posted: Sun Jan 30, 2022 5:41pm

Posts: 15

1 helpful points

Joined: 12 Oct 2021

Posted: Sun Jan 30, 2022 5:41pm

Hi we have a male labrador and have to go back and forth to France., we have a large garden and go often on walks to the beach or in the countryside. If they get on perhaps we could help each other out !!!!

Let me know what you think.

Di Pittam 

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