Puppies are goofy, loveable, full of energy—and often require a different level of care than older dogs. That’s why some sitters may choose to charge a different rate for watching or walking puppies.
What age is considered a “puppy”?
Dogs under one year of age are considered puppies. If your sitter or dog walker has a special puppy rate for your chosen service, that rate may apply to your booking if your dog is under one year old.
How can I find a sitter’s puppy rate?
1. Navigate to the sitter’s profile and on the right you’ll see a basic list of services they offer and their corresponding rates.
2. At the bottom of that list, select Additional Services & Rates.
3. If the sitter has a special puppy rate, you’ll see it listed here. They may offer different rates for different services, so be sure to review each one.
If you have questions about a specific sitter or dog walker's rates, you can always send them a message. For more details on contacting sitters and dog walkers, check out the related articles below.