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  • $30/60 min walk
  • Seattle, WA • 20 miles away

Training for nervous barker

  • 2 pets
  • Training

Occasional

On an as-needed basis

Hi, My pup and I have a hard time with new dogs and new people. Sometime even familiar dogs and people, she gets quite verbose. She doesn't bite or scratch and jump, but she starts sounding off at them and at me. I'd like to find some ways to help her feel more calm and secure.

  • $15/visit
  • Issaquah, WA • 20 miles away

Say hi and feed our two cats 04/08 - 04/18

  • 2 pets
  • Check-Ins/Visits
  • M

One-time

Start date: 04/08

12:00am - 1:00am (flexible)

Our cats are indoor/outdoor cats. We need someone to just come in, check in if everything is fine (if they are around) for 10 days and make sure they have enough food and water. Maybe pet them a little bit. No need to stay for extended time - 5-10 minutes is probably enough.

  • $40/one way
  • Bellevue, WA • 23 miles away

Looking for Dog Daycare/Sitter

  • 1 pet
  • Pick Up/Drop Off
  • T
  • W
  • T

Weekly

12:00am - 7:00am (flexible)

I go to office three days a week T-Th, looking for someone who could look after my dog for ~7 hours a day.

I walk my dog before and after work, so just need someone to look after her during day hours, typically spend couple hours playing with her and, feed her and take her out to potty!

  • $25/visit
  • Seattle, WA • 22 miles away

Day sitter

  • 1 pet
  • Check-Ins/Visits

Occasional

On an as-needed basis

Mornings and evenings for 30 minutes
My cats name is Lucy. She is 8 years old. A tuxedo cat. She’s very caring and loves to be petted. She’s shy but does warm up to you.

  • $20/60 min walk
  • Federal Way, WA • 9 miles away

Dog Walking

  • 2 pets
  • Dog Walking
  • M
  • T
  • W
  • T
  • F

Weekly

12:00pm - 1:00pm

Taking our two dogs on a longish walk. They’re both in kennels during the day and will probably best to be taken out separately for the first few times. Their bowls of water should be refilled and if there is time give them pets and some treats

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