Franchise FETCH! Pet Care Is Recruiting Seniors Into Its National Network Of Professional Pet Sitters And Dog Wal

February 28, 2008 by Cris | 0 Comments

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FETCH! Pet Care, the nation’s first and only professional pet sitting and dog walking service, today announced a call for employment applications among retired persons and senior citizens across the United States. This in an effort to add to its expanding network of skilled animal caregivers that staff its 144 locations, which, in aggregate, now service more than 10,000 active clients throughout 1,500 cities and towns in 33 states across North America.

‘This employment opportunity is of unique benefit to seniors, as it not only provides them with an enjoyable and relatively easy income source, but also daily exercise as well as the affection and companionship many elderly people desire,’ said Paul Mann, founder and CEO of FETCH! Pet Care. ‘We’re excited to offer job opportunities to seniors and retirees as, on the whole, they’ve owned pets for years, and have proven to be highly professional, reliable, nurturing, and dedicated to providing the high caliber of service required of our pet sitters on staff.’

Seniors recruited to the FETCH! Pet Care network of professionals each undergo appropriate background checks and instruction to ensure they have the knowledge and specialized training required to skillfully provide the company’s range of high quality, specialized pet care services, including boarding and daycare in the senior’s home, overnight sitting or daily visits in the client’s home, private dog walks, pet taxiing and miscellaneous home care.

The benefits of FETCH! Pet Care’s “Senior Sitter” employment opportunity includes…

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