Finding the Perfect Pet Sitter Just Got Easier

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Site launches to help dog-lovers find the perfect pet sitters in just a few clicks.

Dog lovers - Later, Dog makes it easy to love finding a pet sitter: sitters are searchable by zip code and results can be filtered by price and ratings/reviews. Book a sitter in just a few clicks instead of the days it may take to call multiple sitters and ask for prices and references and then call the references.

The site offers the ability to sort by services offered such as the pet stays at the sitter, the sitter stays with the pet, or the pet in to take care of the pet. It also is capable of searching by certifications including Bonded & Insured, NAPPS Certified and Red Cross Pets Course. Pet sitters can list their services for twenty bucks a month (but, it’s free through the end of the year!) - Later Dog does the advertising in order to increase bookings and establish a simple way to interact with potential clients.

Harley has only the best in food, toys, dishes, bark park companions - even his own wardrobe for each season. He even wears booties when it gets cold outside. Harley also needs the best in-home care available. No doggy prison kennels for him!

Go to the one place where you can sort through pet sitters with every imaginable certification and read reviews from other devoted pet lovers. View the ratings to get an overall impression, and read prices for the details. Later Dog is here to serve as the Yelp for dogs - with actual, happy yelping from dogs.

While the initial launch is happening in Austin and Chicago, Later Dog plans to expand to other major cities within a year. Nonetheless, everyone is welcome to start making connections through the site now.

About Later Dog
Founder Jessica Chapman heads up Austin operations with the help of her assistant Harley, the big black mutt, while Astrid Jackson (assisted by Toby the Yorkie) oversees Phoenix operations and Janna Jackson (assisted by Cholly the tiny tan Chihuahua) oversees Chicago.

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