If you’re a cat owner, you likely already understand the stress that can be afflicted upon your cat due to a change of routine. While it’s best to upkeep a routine for your feline, we understand it may not always be possible when life gets in the way. From holidays to work, there are plenty of reasons as to why you may need a cat sitter to step in and help from time-to-time.
Wondered about the different things a cat sitter might be asked to do? We’ve listed the various aspects of a typical cat sitter job, including things that aren’t actually related to cats!
Here’s an explanation on why Tailster charges a commission to carers for transactions we introduce on the site.
The Government guidelines regarding running your pet business during Co-vid lockdown periods.
Here’s everything that your dog sitter needs to know before they start taking care of your dog…
At Tailster we have industry-leading insurance that covers emergency vet care, public liability, and loss of keys on any booking that has been booked through the site, prior to the care starting. This means that if you’re providing pet care solely through Tailster, you’re covered if anything should happen to a pet in your care.
Tailster likes to cater to all your animals needs – and we are not just talking about dogs and cats! We now have a small animal care category too. If you have lizards, rabbits, ferrets, hamsters, tortoises… or any other small animal requiring care while you go away, then Tailster may be the perfect solution for you.
We asked some of our most popular pet carers for some of their most valuable advice, which will hopefully help you to ace your jobs and earn those all-important good reviews from your dog walking and pet sitting clients.
A Dog Sitter can be anyone who is left in charge of other people’s dogs while they are away. A professional dog sitter, however, is a service provider who charges a fee for his/her dog sitting services, experience, and expertise. Here’s a guide to how you can begin the road to becoming a professional dog sitter.
When you decide to turn your passion for dogs into a business, things start to get a little more serious. The first thing you’ll need to do is speak to your council around your legal obligations about registering with a licence.
Becoming a cat sitter with Tailster couldn’t be easier, and is completely free! In this article, guest contributor Molly Brown walks us through setting up your own Tailster cat sitting business!
Ever wondered what it’s like to be a tailster pet carer – looking after pets and being paid for the privilege? Here’s a brief look into the day of Tim, a Tailster pet sitter.