Pet Sitters

Pet sitting as a small business is expected to experience faster than average employment growth, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Most pet sitters charge fees comparable to kennels and boarders, but some charge less. And many pet owners prefer to leave their pets in the house, rather than take the pets to unfamiliar locations. This has made pet sitting a desirable and cost-effective alternative to other pet care situations. Pet sitters have been successful in cities both large and small.


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