Full-Time Dog Sitter

Launch your dog sitting business with Rover.com!

Apply to join the largest pet-sitting marketplace in the country and make money doing something you love. This is a great opportunity if you're looking to make a career change, and want to be your own boss.
What you do:
Approved sitters will be connected to our network of dog owners seeking loving dog sitters. Sitters receive requests through the site, and set up a Meet & Greet to determine if the dog is a good fit. Rover's system allows you to easily book stays and receive premium pet insurance, at no cost. Your earnings go directly to your Rover account. From there, simply request a check or transfer your money to a Paypal account.
Previous employment experience in a customer service industry such as the restaurant industry (including barista, bartender, server, waiter/waitress), hospitality, sales, and retail is a plus. This is a great opportunity for vet techs, vet assistants, teachers, and retirees. Individuals seeking entry level work, those who currently work from home, students, seasonal workers, interns, or contract workers looking to supplement income are all a great fit.
Earn extra income: Earn $3,300/month or more. Set your own rates and choose how frequently you book clients.
Flexible hours: As an independent contractor, you get to make your own schedule. Offer part-time or full-time dog care, daycare, or overnight hosting.
Support: Rover's 24/7 support team is always ready to help. In addition, every stay booked through Rover includes premium insurance.
Access to Rovers tools for success: Launch your dog-sitting business! Rover gives you the tools to succeed and advertises to continually bring in new clients.

At least 16 years of age
Reliable internet access at home or via mobile device
Verifiable phone number (landline or mobile)
Experience caring for or interacting with animals
An entrepreneurial spirit
At least one (1) testimonial or reference

This posting is for independent contractors partnering with Rover.com.

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