The Most Expensive Cities for Dog Sitting

What do dogs do all day? They get up, they eat, they nap, they sleep a little. Then they take a nap, bark at the mailman, nap, scratch, drink some water from the toilet, and catch a few zzzzs until you come home.

But of course, they can’t be trusted to be home alone for too long; eventually they need more food, fresh water, walks and some social time. And when you go on vacation, that’s what pet sitters are for.

It’s estimated that Americans will spend over $109 billion on their pets this year, with about $9.7 billion of that spent on services that include boarding, grooming, training, pet sitting and walking.


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