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I recently had a client ask me for a contract agreement to sign... What do I do?

asked 2017-08-09 12:27:44 -0500

I have a lady who initially contacted me to House sit her dog while on vacation, I mentioned I wouldn't be able to do this because of my allergy to cats. She never responded and I put her request in the archive list. Last week she messaged me again, but this time asking if I could board her dog. We set up a meet and greet with our dogs and things went okay (her dog is a tad dominant, but nothing I haven't dealt with). She wanted to arrange a day for her dog to then come over without her for a couple hours. We agreed tomorrow would be the best (Thursday). However, she then proceeded to ask me for a written contract that I 'find off the internet'. She is a http://Rover.com pet owner. I do not feel comfortable being legally bound by something over the internet... Does Rover have anything I can send to her. She is quite pushy.

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answered 2017-09-08 09:14:20 -0500

If this was me of course you can contact Rover support, but my answer would be, me and your dog are insured by Rover, Rover is our contract. And if she is not comfortable with that maybe, "owner isn't a good fit" and be honest and let her know your not comfortable with anything further then your current contract through Rover.

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