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pet sitting vs. professional pet sitting

Isn't it true that anyone can be a pet sitter? Technically, yes. I got my start taking care of the neighborhood pets when I was twelve years old. Looking back, I definitely left room for improvement. I was a pet sitter, but I was not a professional. I was a neighbor. I was a kid. I was cheap. Would I have hired me? Even though I was probably more responsible than the average twelve-year-old, I'd have to go with "no." There is definitely a difference between a pet sitter and a professional…

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Growing Another Side Hustle - Pet Sitting

What a great way to make money from home, without a lot of start up costs. It is actually really easy to get the money rolling in. These tips on how to start your own pet sitting business have me inspired to get going right away. Pet sitting is a perfect side hustle for college students to earn money, or for a stay at home mom to make an income with work that can be done around other family raising tasks.

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Pet Sit for Rover and Enjoy Your Own Schedule

Rover is a company that you can sign up with to do pet-sitting. This is flexible work you can do on your own schedule, setting your own rates. If you're an animal lover and Rover is available in your area, this might be a good part-time job for you.

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TIPS FOR CLEANING PET HAIR  "Pet owners love their pets, but not the hair," said Derek Christian, owner and founder of My Maid Service and Editor in Chief of Cleaning Business Today. "Homes we clean with pets require special attention and a bit more work. But we've discovered some tips that work really well."

TIPS FOR CLEANING PET HAIR "Pet owners love their pets, but not the hair," said Derek Christian, owner and founder of My Maid Service and Editor in Chief of Cleaning Business Today. "Homes we clean with pets require special attention and a bit more work. But we've discovered some tips that work really well."

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Take care of your pup in the summer heat. #heatstroke

How to Prevent Heat Stroke in Dogs

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TO BE DESTROYED 12/28/16 A volunteer writes: Don't let his name and cropped ears fool you, Bane is no villain and that big 'Pittweiler' smile and wagging tail say it all--everyone's welcome here! His wonderful social skills, silly personality and love of toys would make him the perfect pick for an active adopter looking to enjoy the great outdoors in any season. Bane knows come and sit, greets other dogs with friendly enthusiasm, enjoys receiving butt rubs and while he's quite happy to…

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cat sitting in front of window

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Dawg Business: It's Your Dog's Health!: How Much Water Does A Dog Need Daily? Infographic

Dawg Business: It's Your Dog's Health!: How Much Water Does A Dog Need Daily? Infographic

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