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Professional Pet Sitter

This course has been designed to meet the needs of those considering this ever popular profession. If you are considering creating a pet sitting business, or want to ensure you are meeting the requirements, this course will provide you with what you need. 
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What's included?

  • 3 Modules, 13 Units
  • Expert Tuition
  • Complete in your own time
  • 1 Certification

Become a Pet Sitter 

You will learn how to develop your pet sitting role or business legally & safely to provide the best pet care for your clients.

Develop Your Skills

You will also learn how to manage multi-pet households, problem solve, understand your responsibilities and how to enhance your skills with specialist qualifications.

Course Content

Meet the writer

Emma-Jane Lee

Emma-Jane Lee. B.A.(Hons), P.G.C.E. Process Consultancy, IAABC (CSB-D)

Emma-Jane Lee is a teacher, writer, assessment consultant and canine behaviourist based in the UK. She is a trustee in one of France’s largest animal shelters, working on pre-intake, surrenders, in-shelter protocols, bridging contracts and post-adoption support. Her work as a behaviourist is mainly with post-bite referrals and dogs presenting a high level of aggression.
Patrick Jones - Course author

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