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Find Pet Sitting Jobs in Mckinney, Texas

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11 Pet Care Jobs Found

potty visits

Posted by Johnna H. on 9/23/2016

Start date:
10/13
  • 20 miles away (Carrollton, TX)
  • $15/visit
  • 1 pet

We have a 7 month old puppy that will need back up care. She is let out daily during the work week to potty and play for about an hour. We also may be getting another puppy in November and would need to work out multiple visits daily for a few weeks.

Dog sitter

Posted by Pp C. on 9/20/2016

Start date:
11/09
  • 17 miles away (Richardson, TX)
  • $40/night
  • 2 pets

2 10 lbs terriers need overnight, and once during day care either in my home, or at sitter's home for 16 days.

3 day Pet Sitting at Your Home

Posted by Nazmul H. on 9/21/2016

Start date:
10/12
  • 14 miles away (Frisco, TX)
  • $25/night
  • 1 pet

We need a sitter to care for our 7 month old kitten at their home. We will be leaving out of town on Oct 12 and back on Oct 15! Food and toys will be provided. Also our cat is very social and wants attention all the time, so you need to be okay with that as well. She's very friendly and loves food!... More

Bathroom Break

Posted by Lynn W. on 9/10/2016

Start date:
Flexible
  • 17 miles away (Rowlett, TX)
  • $15/visit
  • 1 pet

We need someone to let our 12 month old Boxer out to go to bathroom while we are at work. We are negotiable on price.

Ferret Care

Posted by Jenny D. on 9/4/2016

  • 14 miles away (Plano, TX)
  • $20/visit
  • 2 pets

We have two ferrets who need meds while we are out of town. This only requires once a day visits to administer oral meds, clean litter, and replenish food/water.

Dog sitting when I am out of town

Posted by John A. on 9/3/2016

  • 20 miles away (Rowlett, TX)
  • $10/day
  • 1 pet

Hello .. I have a Lab / Golder Retriever dog, she is about 5 years old and 100lbs. I need someone to come come and take her out couple of times a day. Thanks

Puppy Care

Posted by Susie P. on 9/18/2016

Start date:
9/19
  • 7 miles away (Allen, TX)
  • $20/day
  • 1 pet

We are looking for occasional puppy care for a 9 week old Siberian Husky. Our work schedules allow for someone to be home 4 out of 7 days per week, but three days per week we need half or full day care during the day so she won't have to stay in a crate all day. We need immediate help tomorrow... More

We need a pet sitter for 4 nights in October.

Posted by Debbie C. on 9/16/2016

  • 17 miles away (Richardson, TX)
  • $20/night
  • 2 pets

We have 2 Chihuahuas. One is named Tigre and he is 10 years old. The other Is Lily and she is 5 years old. Tigre is a sweetheart and will do nothing but cuddle and sleep with you. (unless he is hungry) Lily likes to play is more feisty. They both are trained to potty outside and like short walks.... More

Overnight pet care

Posted by Kay S. on 9/8/2016

Start date:
10/07
  • 14 miles away (Plano, TX)
  • $30/night
  • 1 pet

I am looking for someone to keep my dog with them while we are out on vacation. She is a 2 yo whippet mix. House broken. Very sweet and gentle. Gets along well with our 2 small children. Indoor dog. 2 walks a day, fed twice a day. Loves people .

Walk twice a week maybe bath once a month

Posted by Jet B. on 8/30/2016

Start date:
ASAP
  • 23 miles away (Carrollton, TX)
  • $11/60 min walk
  • 1 pet

Need a walk twice a week and possibly a bath once a month. I have recently had back surgery and I'm going to have to have another back surgery. Phoenix is a little over a year old chocolate lab she does not need to be walked for the full hour for part of that time she loves to play with her toy out... More

1 cat in my home for 4 months

Posted by Pc P. on 8/14/2016

Start date:
Flexible
  • 19 miles away (Garland, TX)
  • $15/day
  • 1 pet

I have one cat that would like to have attention in my home. He would love to have someone come in and give him fresh food and water, clean his box, talk to him, and to pet and brush often. He is very shy at first, NEVER MEAN, and he will become accustomed to your visits and get excited show off... More

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