HomeBabysittingDoes anyone know how much it costs to board a dog for 10 days?
Posted in Babysitting on 13th June 2011

Does anyone know how much it costs to board a dog for 10 days?
Someone asked me to “babysit” their dog……….Going there every day at around 7 PM, feeding him, sleep with him, feed him breakfast then I can leave for the day.
I don’t know how to charge them.
Yes, I have to spend the night there. They don’t want to leave their “baby” alone at night.
So I have to be there for about 14 hours everyday.

Best answer(s):

Answer by Aduial
Anywhere from $ 10-$ 20 a day. Maybe more if you want. That’s not boarding though fyi. That’s dog sitting.

Answer by KaRayZee
$ 12.00/day

Answer by Vampiress
it would depend on the place you go
Petshotel charges $ 31 but i thing 20 is a good deal

Answer by KinuMae
Google dog boarding places and call them for estimates. That’s the only way to know for sure. But it doesn’t sound to hard to just got to their house and take care of their dog for a few nights and mornings.

Answer by Bob
$ 10 per day plus expenses (food, transportation, phone, etc.)

Answer by Bethany
For that kind of work, probably $ 20 per day would be a good amount.

Also, are you spending the night there?

Answer by cara.wilson88
in texas to board at an actual kennel costs between $ 20 and $ 40 depending on the facility. i would half that since your not gonna be there 24/7 with the dog. but remember you will also be staying at their house, using the water and electricity and probably eating their food. you may want to minus some out for that too but that into account how far they are from you to drive and how much gas you will be using for this. good luck!

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