Las Vegas Pet Sitting Jobs

Get started with your own Dog Sitting Business

Why Should You Become a Pet Sitter in Las Vegas?

Yes, you're the boss. You're not patching together a bunch of dog walking or pet sitting jobs. Rover gives you the freedom to develop a full-time or part-time business that suits your life. Here's how:

Create your profile.Choose the pet care services that work for you including: dog boarding (hosting dogs in your home), dog walking, doggie day care, drop-in visits, and house sitting (pet sitting in the owners home).

Pass a Background Check.Rover reviews every profile and approves less than 20% of applicants. Be sure to create a profile that speaks to your experience and pet sitting skills.

Begin Accepting Clients.As soon as you're approved, begin promoting your business. Dog sitters who offer dog boarding are contacted by interested pet owners within the first week. In addition, Rover ongoingly advertises locally to attract more pet owners.

The Benefits.

There's no other dog sitting job that comes with benefits. Check out what Rover provides.

A business that matches your life.

You have the freedom to make this a full-time business or a side job. Set your own flexible schedule, services, and rates.

Enjoy getting paid to play with dogs.

Earn up $1,000 per month or more. Payments are automatic and secure on the Rover app.

A community of support.

When you're ready, Rover provides educational resources for you to expand your business. Rover is committed that you succeed!

The Rover Guarantee.

You've got 24/7 support from Rover for the dogs in your care. Don't hesitate to call for vet assistance.

How do you run a dog sitting business? There's an app for that.

Rover Card

Whether you're working from home, taking your dog clients for a walk, or playing fetch at the dog park, you don't need a desk to run this business. Download the Rover app to communicate with pet owners about your playdates, share photos, and get paid. Being a business owner has never been so easy.

Las Vegas Area Dog Parks

Your office is all windows and no doors. Get out and enjoy it!

  • Barkin Basin Park: More than 7 acres to romp around and water fountains for thirsty pups.
  • Bark Park at Heritage Park: Enjoy 3 sections for large dogs, small dogs, and an agility course as well as water features.
  • Centennial Hills Park: A family friendly park with paths to walk and a nice off-leash dog park.
  • Are you ready to join the Rover Community?