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VIDEO: What do expats do with their pets when they travel?

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VIDEO: What do expats do with their pets when they travel?
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Moving to a new country where you don’t have a support network is challenging for any number of reasons.

Perhaps hardest of all is finding someone to look after your beloved pet when you go away.

And let’s face it, living abroad often means frequent travel -- whether to exciting destinations nearby or back home to visit friends and family.

Plus, finding care for your dog, cat, or guinea pig while you’re away can be complicated and expensive. And you want to find someone you can trust.

One simple solution is TrustedHousesitters, which gives pet owners peace of mind when they go on holiday by finding pet sitters to look after their home and pets for free.

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In exchange, sitters get to stay somewhere new and interesting. It means pets stay happy at home and their owners can sleep more soundly knowing their furry friends are in safe hands.

And readers of The Local can join the TrustedHousesitters community today and receive 25% off annual membership using the discount code THELOCAL25 at checkout.

So if you own a pet and plan on travelling -- or know someone who does -- share this link so they can learn more and claim the exclusive 25 percent discount for readers of The Local.

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Validity: December 17th, 2017 - June 30th, 2018

This article was produced by The Local Client Studio and sponsored by TrustedHousesitters

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