The Tyson’s are at your service! We look forward to giving you great service and peace of mind!
I am originally from the GTA in Ontario, Canada and I am a retired Program/Project Manager in the Application Software sector. An experienced Manager with an ability for complex problem solving and attention to detail. I have raised a family and always had pets including dogs, cats, rats and fish. My current Golden Retriever I have trained to be a Therapy Dog team and we love to visit hospitals, nursing homes, libraries and anywhere they appreciate her beautiful ‘Goldie’ smile.
My family is big beautiful and complex with children, grandchildren and bonus children who were part of my home when I was a foster parent.
Since retirement I love to stay active and I play tennis, gardens, boating/kayaking and makes therapy dog visits with my dog Clara.
Bill is a Retired Vietnam Veteran originally from South Georgia. Bill went from career military to High School math teacher to his dream job of Charter Boat captain. Now retired Bill maintains an active lifestyle fishing, working on boats and watching sports of all kinds.
Bill and Cheryl are avid boaters, RVers and travelers. In fact, they met while they were both traveling in Costa Rica. We are honest, trustworthy folks and we will give you peace of mind while you are away.
Our current homes are inTitusville, FL and Wachapreague VA we understand the challenges of having people in your home and trying to manage it all from afar. We felt we could provide a service that really meant a great freedom from worry on your personal property and beloved pets.
House sitting including:
- Pet walking, grooming, feeding, vet visits
- Managing and monitoring staff, deliveries, services, security systems
- Light housework, maintenance to keep it clean and running well
- Regular communication with home owner (instant message, , FaceTime, what’sapp)
- Check on boats as required
- Mail forwarding
- Privacy protection and confidentiality assured
- We welcome repeat house sit assignments
- Other items open for discussion