Travel App of the Week: DogVacay

DogVacayPeer-to-peer services continue to disrupt the travel economy these days—and it’s going much further than home, car, bike, and boat rentals. Around since 2012, DogVacay is a popular site that’s putting traditional dog kennels out of business, and it just went mobile. Its online community supposedly has over 10,000 vetted and insured dog sitters across the U.S. that are ready to care for your dog like a member of their family. It’s also much cheaper than traditional kennels and your animal won’t be locked in a cage. All reservations include free pet insurance, 24/7 customer support, a 100% money back guarantee and daily photo updates of your pooch enjoying a “vacay” of his own. Here’s more on how it works.

And for dog-lovers that want to make some extra money and have the time, DogVacay also makes it easy to earn money watching pups in the comfort of your home. Here’s how.

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