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Find Pet Sitting Jobs in Terrell, Texas

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6 Pet Care Jobs Found

Two small dogs

Posted by Danette R. on 10/20/2016

Start date:
  • 10 miles away (Rockwall, TX)
  • $20/60 min walk
  • 2 pets

My dogs, Duke and Daisy, need to be checked on Saturday 2-3 times, possibly walked too. My phone

Need overnight Care for our 4 babies

Posted by Sandra W. on 10/11/2016

  • 8 miles away (Forney, TX)
  • $50/night
  • 4+ pets

We our leaving for Vacation, and need someone to watch our four legged kiddos. Need someone experienced and not too young.

Busy Pet Owner

Posted by Carley J. on 10/10/2016

Start date:
  • 18 miles away (Garland, TX)
  • $30/night
  • 1 pet

I have a very busy weekend schedule and would like some help with my sweet Male boxer Tyson. He is very loveable, loves kids, and loves attention. You have to love animals and be willing to laugh at some of Tyson's ways.

Need a Pet Sitter we are new to the Area

Posted by Elyse B. on 9/28/2016

Start date:
  • 17 miles away (Rowlett, TX)
  • $15/visit
  • 4+ pets

New to the area and we are looking for a pet sitter. 7 dogs, 5 doxies and two mix. Very well behaved. Looking for someone with references. Please email me back or call.

Cat sitter needed :)

Posted by Narom D. on 9/10/2016

  • 8 miles away (Forney, TX)
  • $15/visit
  • 1 pet

My husband and I are pet parents to a cutie 8-yr old Calico cat named Cali. We're looking to hire an experienced pet-sitter who's insured, and bonded if possible, to care for our little Cali for a period of one week while we are away on vacation. We need the sitter to do a daily check-in to give... More

1 cat in my home for 4 months

Posted by Pc P. on 8/14/2016

Start date:
  • 24 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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