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You set your own rate. However..... the BIG caveat is that rover takes 20% and then you can’t forget that you have to pay income tax on this money too. So a ‘competitive’ rate means you could end up barely making minimum wage in some states! This is especially the case for overnight stays where it’s a flat rate covers all of the walks, playtime, and attention the pet needs.

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Dont you need a license to have a sitting business in your home? Why yes, you do! you can be fined or charged with a crime without one in Wake County.

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When meeting a dog and it's owner for the first time, Be the one to ask all the necessary questions about the dog. Owners will be shy and its up to you to make them feel like their dog is in the right hands.

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Not limiting at all because your calendar of services will demonstrate when you are available. But yes the more days you are available the more opportunities you will have to earn money.

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I tell people that I am a rover.com sitter and offer my card so they can check out my profile and reviews. I welcome all free Meet & Greet pet parents and their pups.

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Work when you want, get days off when you please

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Unpredictable, as needed. Lots of holidays and weekends

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Are you a pet owner?
Do you have your own pet?
Are you passionate about pets?
Do you have a problem cleaning you after pets?
Are you ok with babysitting a pet?

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You do not have to board the dogs at your house. My apartment does not allow for me to keep other people's animals, so I make this clear to clients up front, and 98% of the time, it is not an issue. They are more than happy to accomodate you.

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Setting own rates that way Rover employees don't have to.

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