Explore the world by looking after houses and pets: Travel cheaper, further and for longer!
House-sitters in the Nomador community would love to care for your home and pets while you’re away
Publié le Thu., June 11, 2020 by NmNomador
As regions and countries begin to slowly open up around the world, our beautiful community of animal-friendly travelers has been active! It is encouraging to see such a renewed enthusiasm for travel. This is the time for all of us to look at applying strong health and hygiene practices going forward. In this article you will find our tips to prepare for house-sitting in this new, post-peak pandemic world.
Publié le Sat., March 14, 2020 by NmNomador
The health crisis linked to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic is creating an exceptional situation with government measures adapting every day. Whether you are a homeowner or a house-sitter, this situation may impact your travels within your own country and abroad.
Publié le Fri., February 14, 2020 by NmNomador
Although most house-sits go off without a hitch, sometimes the opportunity is not as advertised. Experienced house-sitter Kelly Hayes-Raitt gives her best tips on how to handle a house-sit that is not what you expected.
Publié le Wed., January 15, 2020 by NmNomador
House-sitting is a great way to live like a local, but becoming a real part of the community can take some work. Writer and frequent house-sitter Kelly Hayes-Raitt gives her best tips on how to get truly immersed in a new community through actions like volunteering and joining online meet-up groups.
Publié le Wed., December 11, 2019 by NmNomador
Not all pet-sitting experiences are created equal, and some may require caring for a pet with disabilities. Knowing what to expect is important, and so is preparing for the task. In this article, writer Megan Starr gives tips to ensure that this is also a most rewarding experience.
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