Some are big… (“Do I take on that client even though I see some red flags?” “Do I hire that person or go back to the drawing board?” “Who do I pay to redesign my pet sitting website?”)
While other decisions are not so big. (“Should I send a text or email?” “Do I run to the bank today or tomorrow?”)
Regardless of size, your ability to simply MAKE decisions will play a big role in the overall success of your pet sitting career.
The Big Decision — When To Drop A Pet Sitting Client
When is it time to drop a pet sitting client because of an aggressive dog?
Is it when the dog draws blood? Or when the dog growls and does not show signs of letting up?
Or is it close to never so you don’t lose out on the money?
These are the general choices a pet sitter has when faced with this decision.
I received this question from a Facebook fan and it’s a dilemma she finds herself in: