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If you are looking to go abroad during the fast-approaching February half-term or during the Easter holidays, Rockter has teamed up with the leading dog-sitting site TrustedHousesitters to extend the valuable care of our beloved dogs beyond nutrition to their well-being whilst you are away and travelling. Consider TrustedHousesitters as an alternative to kennels, and also as a way for your pets to stay in the well-known walls of their own home with their familiar Rockster Superfood cans, avoiding the stress of new and maybe untrusted surroundings.
TrustedHousesitters helps pet owners who want to travel to connect with trustworthy and reliable people who will look after their pets and home for free when they go away.
With members in over 140 countries, a greater than 90% 5-star review rating (you can read their reviews here), and having arranged over 1 million happy-at-home pet sitting nights, TrusterHousesitters are the world’s most trusted pet sitting community. Their members can travel with complete peace of mind knowing their pets are receiving the best possible in-home care from a trusted and verified sitter. You can even review and choose your perfect sitter from the TrustedHousesitters community.
Members join by paying one annual membership fee and from there can enjoy unlimited access to the service, helping them to find their perfect pet sitter throughout the year. An exclusive joining code has been set up for the Rockster family, which will give you one free month's membership! To take advantage of this special Rockster offer click here, and when you sign-up, the extra month will automatically be applied.
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