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How much should I pay a dog sitter?

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The amount paid for a dog sitter varies depending upon where the dog and owner live, the number and type of dogs, and the type and frequency of care required. However, a rate of between $20 and $50 per day is common as of 2014.

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How much should I pay a dog sitter?
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For most people, a pet is like a member of the family. As such, many dog owners want to ensure their beloved animal is well cared for while they are away. According to Care.com, in 2014, the fees for dog care range from $10 for one dog walk per day to as much as $90 per day for a high-end pet hotel.

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