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Is the charge for 1/2 hour walk for one dog or what if I have more than one dog but its still only 1/2 hour?

asked 2018-05-20 14:31:24 -0500

I have 4 small dogs- that only walk one lap in the neighborhood. They only walk for 15 minutes and then get pet for 10-15 minutes. I only need someone for 30 total. How would I be charged?

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answered 2018-05-21 10:08:42 -0500

There's a base charge for the 30 minutes with the first pet included. Often sitters will charge a small increase for additional pets, but the pricing would depend on the sitter. Look around your area and see what sitters you are interested. On their profile click on 'Additional services and rates' and that'll show you the price for additional pets.

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answered 2018-05-21 20:00:05 -0500

You need to look up the sitters' profiles to see what they charge. Every sitter can make her own price. When I used to offer dog walking services, I only charged for one dog and the other dog would be free of charge. Depending on size and behavior of the dogs, you may find a sitter who has a flat rate. Just make sure she is comfortable walking 4 dogs at the same time and discuss how would she act if there was an emergency, accident etc and she was alone with 4 dogs. Good luck.

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I would agree with this. I have on my profile that I am comfortable with pack walking up to 3 dogs.

Cynthia F.'s profile image Cynthia F.  ( 2018-06-19 18:58:45 -0500 ) edit

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