I have been living with dogs my whole life until now, and I miss having their company so much!
My first dog was a Westie, he died when I was 17 and it was devastating. He had such an important place within the family; he was the sweetest dog ever. And I learned to take care of him as I grew up, walking him, feeding him and taking him to the vet when needed.
Then we adopted a Jack Russel who is still part of the family. She is an energetic, intelligent dog and when we go on walks, she is the last one to be tired! She loves to swim, and it is always so much fun to see her diving and swiming in ponds, rivers, and... pools!
When I moved to London, the other occupants of the house I was sharing had an adorable labradoodle, a fluffy bundle of joy I was walking almost everyday and I dogsitted for a week when her owners went on holiday. I also took up running around that time and was talking her with me on my runs, which was a great motivation.
I have always loved the company of animals, and especially dogs. They are sweet, comforting and fun to be around. Now that I live in a flat, I miss those moments. And that is why I thought about becoming a dog sitter!
I live near two big parks (Wandsworth Common and Tooting Bec Common) where I can walk your dogs at weekends, and I also work across the Wimbledon Common where I could walk your dogs everyday after 5:00pm; so plenty of opportunities for a nice time!