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Dog Walker Job Application
Fuzz Buckets GR is a team of highly professional pet sitters and dog walkers offering fun and mentally stimulating play sessions for dogs and other pets. We are currently looking for energetic, caring, and creative walkers with a strong work ethic to join our team. This is a FUN job that offers good pay for part-time hours.
This job involves walking dogs in the client’s neighborhood (no pack walks) or conducting interactive play visits in the client’s contained yard. Mid-day dog walks are generally Monday-Friday from approximately 10 am - 4 pm. This position is part-time (approximately 10-15 walks per week) with opportunities to pick up evening and weekend pet sits and overnights in the clients’ home.
Ideal applicants will have professional experience with animals, a genuine love of dogs, and a tolerance to inclement weather. All walkers must undergo a criminal background check.
Experience working with dogs and basic knowledge of canine behavior
Must have availability weekdays between the hours of 10am - 4pm. Weekend and evening availability a plus.
Must have a smart phone as we use an online scheduling system
Reliable transportation as you will be driving from client to client
Should live in the immediate Grand Rapids area. Proximity to Ada/Cascade area is a plus.
We will be providing an initial phone screen, in-person interview, drive along interview as well as follow up if necessary.
First and last name
What city do you live in?
Available Start Date
What makes you believe you’d be a good fit for this job?
Tell us about a time with an animal where things did not go as planned, what happened, and how did you handle it?
If an unsupervised child were to approach you while walking a client’s dog, what would you do?
Say you’re walking, turn a corner and an aggressive dog jumps a fence to come for you and the client’s dog - what would you do?
You have to administer a pill to a cat that is not so friendly - explain your process:
A client’s animal was injured during play while at the home and on a visit - what do you do next?
The client messages us in the morning to let us know the animal ate something it shouldn’t have and is acting lethargic and not itself upon arrival. How would you handle this situation?
You arrive at a client’s home and a window is broken and the front door is ajar. What do you do?
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