Dog Sitter Earn up to per month from Home (Inglewood)

Who we are:
connects dog owners with a nationwide network of dog lovers for hire. Become a part-time dog sitter with Rover you could earn more than $1,000 per month caring for dogs in your home!
Apply to join the largest pet-sitting marketplace in the country and make money doing what you love: snuggling dogs. This is a great opportunity whether you're looking to work part-time, going to school, or seeking an entry-level gig.
Benefits:
Earn extra income: Earn $1000 per month or more. Set your own rates and work as much or as little as you want.
Flexible hours: You get to make your own schedule. Watch dogs part-time or full-time, for daycare or overnight stays.
Support: Rover's support team is always ready to help, from day-to-day questions to 24/7 emergency support. Plus, 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.
What you do:
We re seeking motivated, responsible, and dependable animal lovers to provide a safe home for dogs in their neighborhood. Approved sitters will be connected to our network of dog owners seeking loving dog sitters (and a great alternative to traditional kennels). 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 caregivers, vet techs, vet assistants, teachers, and retirees. Individuals seeking entry-level work, those who currently work from home, college or university students, seasonal workers, interns, or contract workers looking to supplement their income are all a great fit.
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