My latest Real Deal column for Pets + magazine is out, and as usual, it was a lot of fun reading the real pet pro’s responses to the fictitious business problem.
This time around I explored who’s at fault when a pet business owner receives confliction information from her clients and her newly hired pet sitter.
The story: The client came home early and their house is a mess – the pet sitter claims she has nothing to do with it. Who should she believe? And who’s actually at fault legally speaking?
Read the whole column and check out what other pet pros think! –> How Would You Deal With the Case of the Outsourced Sitter?