>Dog Boarder Host / Dog and House Sitting
Dog Boarder Host: Would you love to have the companionship of a dog in your home without the resposibility of being a full time dog parent? Becoming a host involves having sociable dogs to stay with you in your home whilst their families are away. We require that you have a suitable home and garden and are present with the dog for most of the day and nigttime. Get in touch for more details.
Dog and House Sitting: Do you have the freedom to stay at other people's homes to look after their dog in their own environment? This can be arranged alongside a dog walker vsiting each day, if you also have a regular job or you can take on the dog walking duties as well. Get in touch fo rmore details.
>Dog Walker: What you need to know before you apply
Above all we want real dog enthusiasts who will enjoy the freedom and fresh air from being active and working outside. It's a great job and brings good health benefits but we do need you to have some good experience of handling dogs using positive methods.
All of our customers require regular support which means we have a stable level of work to offer and reliability is extremely important - after all, we can't be late for those doggies that depend on us each day!
We have a maximum 4 dog policy and our 'Happy Dog Formula' ensures there are good dynaics between the dogs walked together.
Working with Dogknows tends to suit people who want this kind of work as their main daytime job, Monday to Friday, between the hours of 9.30 am and 3.30 pm. This shorter day allows the job to fit alongside other life commitments, such as families/school hours or evening work and hobbies.
There is also flexibility to select the number of dog walks that you can commit to each day. Although there are essentially four, one hour walk times between 8 am and 5 pm, we need regular dog walkers to be available for the mid morning and lunch time walks. Some walkers are happy with one or two walks, others want to walk all day.
We believe in providing excellent training and a full Dogknows induction course is given to all new dog walkers, along with ongoing support. Althogh the work is offered on a self-employed bases, we offer a team approach.
All dog walkers are required to provide their own suitable transport and have an up-to-date DBS check.
Typically payment is £15 to £25 per dog walk, which covers all expenses. A dog walker covering two walks each day can expect to earn £1000 per month.
Your own suitable vehicle
Live locally (to advertised location)
Be fit & healthy
Happy to work in all weather
Available Monday to Friday or the same 3/4 days each week
Friendly, professional and caring
Good written English
Email & Smart Phone (for use of our scheduling App
If you would love to a job working with animals and fit all of the above criteria and you feel you can make a regular commitment to the dogs we care for, we'd really like to hear from you. Current jobs are listed below.
DOGKNOWS JOB BOARD
How To Apply .
CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW to contact the manager directly and send your c.v. and details about why you're interested in working with dogs.
We are actively recruiting across the UK for suitable candidates who have the skills and ambition to set up and manage their own Dog Care & Training branch of Dogknows
. It's a fantastic franchise opportunity and provides comprehensive training and support so that you learn on the back of our success how to build a dog care business and to deliver our specially tailored Dog Care & Training Plans and become the best in this industry, even becoming an accredited dog trainer with the ABTC - if that's what you want to be.
For full details visit our franchise website at www.dogknowsfranchise.co.uk