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Wanted: Live-in ‘dog carer’ for six-storey Knightsbridge townhouse to keep golden retrievers happy

Wanted: Live-in ‘dog carer’ for business couple’s six-storey Knightsbridge townhouse to keep golden retrievers Milo and Oscar happy (in exchange for £32,000-a-year)

  • The candidate would also be in charge of the property and would have to cook
  • Those applying for the role need to be ‘fit and healthy’ as well as ‘trust worthy’ 
  • Applicant will work Monday-Friday and may have to work occasional weekends 

A wealthy couple are on the hunt for a ‘live-in dog carer’ to look after their two golden retrievers Milo and Oscar in exchange for a generous salary of £32,000-a-year.

The role would require the candidate to move in to the power couple’s six-storey Knightsbridge townhouse in London.

As well as taking care of the two dogs, walking them and managing dog appointments, the candidate will also have to look after the property.

Those who aren’t a fan of the long cold winters in the UK will be pleased to know that you won’t actually even have to walk the dogs that often, as part of the role is to liaise with their regular dog walker.

The candidate will have to take care of two golden retriever dogs (stock image of two dogs, the two dogs above are not Milo and Oscar)

The advertisement (pictured above) states what is required of the live-in housekeeper for their property

The advertisement (pictured above) states what is required of the live-in housekeeper for their property

The advertisement was recently added to Silver Swan recruitment and is part cleaner, part nanny.

If you manage to bag the role you will also have to do all the housekeeping, this includes food shopping and other errands.

A love of dogs and caring for them is required as well as greeting guests at the property. 

The couple are based in once of the wealthiest areas in London, Knightsbridge (stock image of the area above)

The couple are based in once of the wealthiest areas in London, Knightsbridge (stock image of the area above)

While cooking experience isn’t a must for the role, the advertisement states that the ideal candidate will be able to occasionally cook light evening meals, catering to a vegan diet.

As well as this, the couple also requires that the candidate must be ‘fit and healthy’ as well as ‘hard-working and trustworthy’.

The advert states: ‘This is an informal property and they need someone to keep on top of the house while they come and go and to have sole responsibility of the dogs in their absence.’ 

The successful applicant will work Monday-Friday with some occasional weekends.

 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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