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Putting A Leash On NYC Dog Sitters

While the gig economy might be great for people who want to make extra money driving around strangers or renting out apartments to tourists, it isn’t necessarily great for others — like licensed cab drivers or tenants who get evicted so their landlords can make more money. This why many cities have been cracking down on unlicensed service providers, like rideshare apps Uber and Lyft, and short-term rental app Air BnB. This isn’t just an American phenomenon, either. It’s been happening in cities like Barcelona and Hong Kong, and in India in general. The reasons pretty much come down to

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How To Find The Right In-Home Dog Boarding Host

So you’ve planned your dream vacation and you’ve made your checklist. Plane tickets? Check. Hotel booked? Check. Packing list? Check. Mail on hold? Oops, forgot that one — good thing we’re here. And for your pup, you’ve opted to go forgo the kennels and don’t quite trust your in-laws (we’ll never tell). Instead, you’ve chosen in-home boarding through a matching service like DogVacay.com. Great. Now all that’s left is selecting the right host so your dog has as good a time, if not better than, you will. Start your search early Whatever you do, don’t wait until the last minute

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Boarding Your Dog

Choosing The Best Home Boarding Host For Your Dog

By Caroline Park Whether you plan vacations months in advance or need a last-minute getaway, the question always remains — what to do with your furry best friend when you’re away? For many pet owners, kennels aren’t a great option — but home dog boarding is a solution that will offer peace of mind and provide almost any pup a vacay to remember! In addition to the convenience of finding a host sitter in your neighborhood, one great benefit to home dog boarding is the ability to find a host and home that accommodates your pup’s exact needs and provides

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Cesar’s Tips: Dog Sitting

Have a vacation or extended business trip planned? Perhaps a dog sitter is the best solution for your canine pal!  Put any worry aside and get prepared with these tips. Picking the right sitter: Try to choose someone who you know can help balance and calm your dog if he is anxious or nervous when you are first away. Remember, it’s about energy and matching energy. Leaving a hyperactive dog with an elderly relative is not a good idea. Most important is that you make sure you leave your dog with someone who understands the needs of your dog. Ask

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