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Female Labrador and Tortoiseshell Cats - South of France

France, Roquebrun, Occitanie

Pets

  • Dog(s)
  • Cat(s)

Female Labrador 11 years old and Two Female Tortoiseshell Cats.

Duration

  • Dates: variable

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About this assignment

We do no have dates specified as yet. So this is an open post for this year to get some contacts for the future. Responsibility, open-mind, animal lover(s). Someone who can cope with always hungry labrador pretending not to have eaten for days :) Sense of humour required but not obligatory :)

What responsibilities are required of the house sitter

Walking and feeding our female labrador, 11 years old. Feeding our two tortoiseshell female cats. All animals are of good health although the dog now takes longer on her walks.

What are the good features of the property and location

Comfortable house, located in a picturesque, medieval village of Roquebrun (34 Hérault). 35 mins from Béziers airport. 1hr from Montpellier. The climate is very pleasant here, quality of air excellent. Lots of walking and exploring possible. Organised canoeing in the river Orb.

Please note that the house may not be suitable for very small children due to steep, stone staircases.

What does the house sitter need to consider before applying for this assignment

Being comfortable around a larger dog and cats. All friendly and gentle. The Labrador - typically for this type of dog - is crazy about food - she needs supervision at meal times, so that she does not steal your breakfast :) The cats can exit the house via cat flap, so fully independent. The dog can be left on her own during the day and cats for a day or two. The dog will also be happy to accompany you on your trips.

Two bicycles are available for your use.

Single travellers, couples with or without children, friends travelling together - all welcome.

Last updated: 13 February 2019

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