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Can I only walk dogs? Sitting is an issue with roommates who already have 2 dogs.

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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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Sure. Dog walkers are in high demand. If you have a passion for pups but you living situation wont allow dogs, you can always offer your services at their home. If approved you can offer in their home dog sitting as well as dog walking.

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Yes! You can pick and choose the services you offer.

Answered - Dog Sitter (Current Employee) - Owings Mills, MD

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Absolutely!

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You can sit dogs at their homes or you can just walk dogs. You pick your services.

Answered - Dog Sitter (Current Employee) - Phoenix, AZ

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Rover has dog walkers and travel sitters. They also set their rates and procedures. Rover dog walkers and doggy day care must have a cell phone with internet access to provide the "report card and dog walking route" to the customer.

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You choose what you love to do: boarding, sitting, waking...

Answered - Dog Boarding (Current Employee) - Miami, FL

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Yes if you are not able to host dogs at your house then you are able to just walk dogs. Or rover has an option when you can watch dogs at the owners house as well.

Answered - Dog Sitter (Current Employee) - San Bernardino County, CA

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