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Find Pet Sitting Jobs in Elkton, Virginia

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5 Pet Care Jobs Found

Occasional check-in

Posted by Allison S. on 4/24/2017

Start date:
  • 5 miles away (Mc Gaheysville, VA)
  • $20/visit
  • 2 pets

I have an umbrella cockatoo and occasionally I have to leave her at home alone for 24-30 hours. She's ok set up in her cage with food and toys, but she really needs company and attention. I just need someone comfortable with large parrots who can visit for a couple hours one day.

We are going on vacation from 5-9 through...

Posted by Dena N. on 4/20/2017

  • 5 miles away (Mc Gaheysville, VA)
  • $25/day
  • 4+ pets

Need a caring person to care for our pets, in our home, for 10 nights. We have 2 cats (outdoor), 2 dogs, 2 fancy rats, 1 guinea pig and fish.

Pet care needed

Posted by Summer F. on 4/18/2017

Start date:
  • 20 miles away (Luray, VA)
  • $15/night
  • 2 pets

I am looking for an overnight caregiver for my 2 dogs a 9-month-old and 3-month-old. The oldest is house trained, the youngest we are still working with but he is using pee pads when inside while I am at work and through the night, they are used to being along for about 6 hours during they day while... More

Pet sitter for one week

Posted by Tammy B. on 4/5/2017

  • 19 miles away (Ruckersville, VA)
  • $40/night
  • 4+ pets

I have two dogs and three cats that I need someone to let out during the day and stay overnight at our house while we are on vacation. My dogs are 13 and 7 both lab mixes and the cats are 14 and all from the same litter. I have underground fencing for the dogs so they can just be let out for... More

One week of care for loveable Daschund

Posted by Carissa C. on 3/29/2017

Start date:
  • 19 miles away (Harrisonburg, VA)
  • $20/night
  • 1 pet

From 6/10/17 to 6/18/17, I need someone to stay in my home over night with my 4 year old daschund and also watch him during the day. He is crate trained and can be left in it for short bursts of time (4 to 6 hours), but needs regular outings, attention, and feedings. He'd need someone who was... More

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