Want to walk dogs and visit cats & other animals in London – and get paid?
Click here to see our current vacancies and to apply:
Celebrate Pets is always looking for committed, responsible and enthusiastic individuals to work for Cats, Dogs & Peace of Mind, its pet care arm.
If you are interested in part-time or full-time work as a dog walker, cat sitter or carer for all manner of other pets in London and have the right attitude to help us walk dogs and look after people’s pets and their homes throughout London then please get in touch.
Men and women of all ages are welcome to apply. as long as they have a good command of English.
The work is demanding but very fulfilling for all who are dedicated to providing thorough, professional and loving care to pets, and who are energetic, responsible and who welcome hard work. This is not an easy gig!
As well as a love of animals, candidates need to be fit, responsible, able to devote themselves to looking after other people’s homes as well as their lovely cats, dogs, and other pets, and have a good command of English, both verbally and in writing.
- No previous professional experience of looking after animals
- Good references
- A clean police record
- The ability to travel around London
- Access to own transport would be an advantage.
To register your interest please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your CV, and say why you want to work with us and what you think you have that would make you a suitable candidate to work full time or part time with Celebrate Pets, trading as Cats, Dogs & Peace of Mind.
When we have this, if you impress, we can send you an application form, which will then be reviewed by Louise Wilsher, the Founder & Director and her senior team. Only successful applicants will be invited for interview.
If you are successful at the interview you will first be given a training and induction period with a senior carer, during which your travel expenses will be covered.
If you make the Cats, Dogs & Peace of Mind grade you will then be invited to join the team.
Good luck. We look forward to hearing from you.