Hello, do you like to live in a beautiful countryhouse surrounded by nature and also near to the city and the sea? Do you like animals and have expierences with dogs, cats and horses? Would yo like to learn more about living together with animals and specially in horsemanship? And you like to work in the garden and have some skills as a craftman/woman? That is amazing and I will happy to welcome you!
I am offering my beautilful place to holyday-guests and I am starting a project for homeless ill rescued animals, specially handicap animals.
DIY and building projects
Help around the house
Introduction in the tuscuny country lifestyle, living in the nature with animals and in the freetime to discover Pisa and the surrounding art cities like Florence, Lucca, Siena and others. I am a veterinary and horsetrainer. If you like horse riding or /and you like to improve horse riding and horsemanship, you will come to the right place.
Your help is required 2 hours in the morning and 2 hours in the evening, helping to feed the animals and cleaning and a little graden or house working- In the evening is the same. So mainly you have the day available to go to the city, to the sea or just relaxing or maybe o like to do something on internet, we have a good wifi connection. Some days you will be needed an hour in the middel of the day to take care of the dogs. We prefer long stays, preferently 2-3 month, at least a month.
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A cozy room in my countryhouse, I provide own grown vegetables and other food, when I am at home we eat together. I am vegeterian.
Enjoy the country and the city witch has many students, sight seeing, culture life. The small village is connected by bus so you can organise easily your freetime.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Can host families
One dog if he/she is friendly, well socialist and educated
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week