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Is there a required number of hours? And are walkers allowed to take long-term breaks if they are in college?

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Hello I work for Wag just started a month ago. It's nice being my own boss. I make about $100 a day on average. Doing like 8 walks or so. I like it so far. I started in April and so far when it rains it get busy real fast. Like 4 times the walks. I can't wait until winter when it's frozen out. I think I will be making stacks.

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There is way too much time for rest. It is very difficult to get walking jobs. Too much competition. Walkers personalize cliets and cut wag out. It becomes more of a one time walker referal service than anything.

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Yes, there is no set schedule. You choose yourself.

Some areas are hotter than others. For example I live in Santa Monica and EVERYONE has a dog and wants them to be walked. But when I was living in the suburbs there weren’t as many people.

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Yes, it's a "work when you want" type of job, like Uber. But, when no walks are actually coming in, that point is pretty moot.

Answered - Walker (Former Employee) - Tucson, AZ

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The app provides you leads to owners who want someone to walk your dog and you have the option to request/accept the walk at the conditions(Salary &time of walk) of the dog owner. So it is in a way choose your own hours.

Answered - Dog Walker/Pet Sitter (Former Employee) - Atlanta, GA

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