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House & Pet Sitting in Phoenix

House Sitting USA - the free alternative to dog boarding. Picture is the Superstition Mountains east of Phoenix, Arizona.

There are around 240 golf courses in the Valley of the Sun - the region around Phoenix, Arizona. That's 240 reasons to visit America's winter playground - and there's more. The sixth largest city in the USA is literally a metropolitan oasis in the desert, brimming with House sitting opportunities.

The gateway to the Grand Canyon, Phoenix is colorful, surprising and surrounded by heart-stopping beauty - big skies and rugged mountains. And there's lots of cactus.

In this wild, harsh setting, Phoenix rises - a sophisticated urban Center replete with world famous resorts and hotels, restaurants, sports stadiums, galleries and museums. Downtown Scottsdale offers some of the best shopping in the country, and the Desert Botanical Gardens and the Heard Museum are incredibly popular.

An hour north takes you to Montezuma's castle and Well, which produces over one and a half million gallons of carbonated water a day. The Phoenix Zoo and the Wildlife World zoo and Aquarium are both world class. The Spring Training is a baseball fans dream and there are endless opportunities for biking, walking and kayaking.

House and Pet sitting in Phoenix

Phoenix is a surprising and enthralling place with a character all its own. House sitting opportunities abound in this desert city, so it might be time to grab your sun-screen and head to the heart of the great Southwest.

House and Pet sitting jobs in Phoenix, Arizona

 
*FREE: House sitting is usually free, for both sitter and house owner, although this is completely up to the individuals. There are usually some costs that need to be covered by either the sitter or the house owner e.g. electricity, phone usage, vet fees etc. How these costs are handled needs to be agreed before the sit begins. House sitters pay a single annual membership fee, while house owners pay nothing to advertise their house or to contact sitters.