Well this is the thread for the UK. That's what Ritzie-Ann meant by 'The Other Side'. There's another thread for the US.
Ruth - Devon/Cornwall border (PL18/PL17 region), work in Plympton, Plymouth. Can care for any rodent at my house, and can pop in to care for cats/dogs, other pets etc in owners home.
Have previously pet-sat many hamsters, guinea pigs, rabbits, gerbils, chinchillas in the past for several people, and a tropical fish tank, and a burnese mountain dog and 2 border collies in the owners home - popping in twice a day to feed, groom and walk them.
Is there anyone is South London? vaguely near SW15? I am going to be away for around 10 days in the middle of summer, have a sitter but she isn't very experienced so am looking for alternatives... How much would you charge?
Hi is there anyone from the London area who would be able to look after my two (tame) boys for a week or so during the Christmas holidays. From the end of December to the start of January? Also how much would you charge and what is your previous experience with gerbils. Thanks,
Location: RG264HX - Can drive, so can travel distances
What: I house sit often for a pedigree burmese cat breeder (she has 10 cats!), I am also a long term reptile and cat owner. Very competent at all aspects of animal care and happy to look after any animals.
is this only for uk people? its not likely that theres finns here, but i live in helsinki-vuosaari and i will happily care for any animals while someone is away. in our apartment we can only have rodents, since our gerbs flip at the sounds of dogs and birds. but ive played with/fed leopard geckos and ball pythons, and many mammals. ive had mice, fish, hamsters, dogs, and cats, and at work had birds, bunnies, and a possum. plus im almost always home i have access to a car as long as theres prior notice, and ive got people who can vouch for me/our home. but probably no finnish people here
azathoth and minorin, we miss you.
min and rin, lets keep going!
I’m Hannah in Southampton UK, I’ve got experience giving meds and dealing with other problems in gerbils and rats. I’ve recently lost my last gerbil and would be more than happy to take care of someone else’s whilst they are away