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Top 10 dog sitters in Baltimore, MD

Homeowners agree: these pros are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
Petlover

Petlover

New on HomeGuide
1 hire on HomeGuide
6+ years in business
Serves Baltimore, MD
My name is Liliane Lambert. I am 40 years old, and I love animals. About 8 months ago I started walking and boarding dogs for Wag, and I absolutely love it. I treat every dog as if they are my own. I have 2 small dogs myself. I have a fully fenced in yard, so my guests can run around and play. I have a lot of great references.
C&R Complete Dog Grooming Care

C&R Complete Dog Grooming Care

New on HomeGuide
4+ years in business
Serves Baltimore, MD
Please check out our Facebook Page at C&R complete dog grooming care, you can make appointments as well.
House & Pet Sitting - Dog Walks & Check Ins

House & Pet Sitting - Dog Walks & Check Ins

5.0(4)
6+ years in business
Serves Baltimore, MD
Paige M. says, "Stacey is awesome! She’s great with my pup and took care of the house while I was away. She sent plenty of pictures and videos of Beau for me to enjoy while I was away! My power even went out for 12+ hours and she went above and beyond to make sure no food spoiled! Will 100% have Stacey stay and help with Beau next time I go away!! :)" Read more
Camp Rummel

Camp Rummel

New on HomeGuide
10+ years in business
Serves Baltimore, MD
I will treat your dog like family. I can give meds or injections at no extra cost. Look up the Camp Rummel page on Facebook I do require a meet and greet before committing to watch your dog. I have golden retrievers and cats so they must get along I absolutely love dogs
Retired Nurse I Do Pet Walking And Sitting. Will Stay Overnight If Needed. Will Water Plants Pick Up Mail And Check House.

Retired Nurse I Do Pet Walking And Sitting. Will Stay Overnight If Needed. Will Water Plants Pick Up Mail And Check House.

New on HomeGuide
1 hire on HomeGuide
15+ years in business
Serves Baltimore, MD
I offer personal care . I will take dogs out per needs of animal.I feed and take of all pets
Charm City's Finest Pet Care

Charm City's Finest Pet Care

New on HomeGuide
6+ years in business
Serves Baltimore, MD
I work with all breeds but specialize in working with Bully Breeds. Like I stated I work with all breeds
Fur The Love Of Pets

Fur The Love Of Pets

New on HomeGuide
9+ years in business
Serves Baltimore, MD
All animals that we pet sit for are treated like our pets. We love them like their our own. We work to help them feel better, to behave well and have loads of fun. We love the pets that we walk and play with in our service. We enjoy meeting new clients dogs, cats, rabbits, and guinea pigs. We love to see happy faces and wagging tails.
Samuel

Samuel

5.0(1)
3+ years in business
Serves Baltimore, MD
Collene L. says, "The service was great, and his price was reasonable. I would definitely use him again." Read more
Pet Care By Robyne Green

Pet Care By Robyne Green

New on HomeGuide
16+ years in business
Serves Baltimore, MD
Greetings!. My name is Robyne Green. I am a graduate of Baltimore School of Dog Grooming Class of 2014. I am a professional dog groomer, avid pet sitter and certified dog trainer. I am the proud pet parent of Bruno, my fun loving and quite protective pit bull terrier. I am also the proud pet parent of three fluffy cats, Luna, Lilly and Limpy Cat. My “superpowers” are trimming dogs and cats toe nails. I am currently studying herbal and natural remedies for animals. I am available to provide safe and fun dogs walks for your pooch.
Fur Loving Pet Sit

Fur Loving Pet Sit

New on HomeGuide
1 hire on HomeGuide
14+ years in business
Serves Baltimore, MD
I’ve been working as a vet tech for 24 years now. So I gave plenty of animal medical knowledge to help with all your furry pets needs

Your dog sitting questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on HomeGuide.

How much do dog sitters charge?

Dog sitters charge $10 to $20 per hour for a drop-in visit or $35 to $65 per night, depending on your location. Dog sitters may charge more for holidays or if your home is outside of their service area. Costs may also increase if your dog has special needs.

Do you tip dog sitters?

While dog sitters do not expect a tip, tipping 15% to 20% of the total bill is common. Tip on the low end if your sitter did everything they agreed to do. Consider tipping more if they exceeded your expectations or handled any unexpected problems or emergencies.

What do dog sitters do?

Dog sitters come to your home and care for your dog while you are away. Drop-in visits typically last 30 minutes and include feeding, walking, and some play or cuddle time. Overnight visits may be at your home or the sitter's home and give your dog more time and attention than a drop-in visit.

Hiring a dog sitter gives your dog more personalized attention than a pet boarding facility and is a great option for dogs who deal with separation anxiety, dogs who do not do well in a kennel or around other animals, and older, less agile dogs.

Do dog sitters stay overnight?

Most dog sitters offer drop-in visits and overnight options, with overnight stays typically costing more. Many dogs do fine with only drop-in visits for feeding, walking, and some attention. Consider overnight sittings if your pet has high separation anxiety or needs more attention than a short visit provides.

How do I choose the best dog sitter near me?

When searching for a dog sitter, be sure to:

  • Choose a sitter who has a licensed and insured business.
  • Ask if they belong to any professional organizations, such as the National association of Professional Pet Sitters (NAPPS), Professional United Pet Sitters (P.U.P.S.), or the Association of Pet Sitting Excellence (APSE).
  • Review their profile and feedback on HomeGuide and Google.
  • Ask for and check their references.
  • Arrange a meet and greet beforehand to make sure he or she is a good fit for both you and your dog.

What questions should I ask when hiring a dog sitter?

Ask the following questions to ensure you find the best dog sitter near you:

  • What experience do you have?
  • Do you specialize in specific animals or breeds?
  • Do you belong to any professional organizations?
  • Are you trained in pet CPR?
  • Can we schedule a meet and greet beforehand?
  • What is included in your standard rate?
  • What is the rate if I have more than one dog?
  • How and when do I pay for the service?
  • Do you offer dog monitoring service?
  • How long do you stay?
  • Can you give my dog medication?
  • Do you offer any house-sitting services in addition to dog sitting?
  • What is your protocol if there is an emergency or if my dog needs immediate medical attention?
  • How do I get in touch with you while I'm away?
  • Will you update me after each visit?

Reviews for Baltimore dog sitters

Recent success stories from people in the Baltimore area.
Megan B.
Stacy is always such a joy to work with! The dogs love her and she takes great care of them and the house. She gives me frequent updates and I know they are in loving hands. She gives them plenty of love and attention,so I don't even think they miss me.
House & Pet Sitting - Dog Walks & Check Ins
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