Music City Dog Walkers

We walk with your dog

Complete Visits

Weather its an hour visit or 30 min, we are there for the entire time

All walks are monitored

Walks are timed with location based time stamps. You know exactly when, where, and how long your dog was walked (example).  

Our walkers have a company issued phone with our app installed that lets them know exactly what time the walk started and how much time is remaining.

The manager actively monitors the walks also.

Free trial

The first 3 walks are absolutely free! No charge or obligation

Try Before You Buy

No catch. No contract. No purchase necessary. We know you will be thrilled with our service.  Now you can find out for yourself with no cost or obligation.  A free Meet & Greet is required

You Choose the Time

Guaranteed Time Slots

Schedule Friendly

Pick your timeslot

 

  • Early Midday   9-11
  • Midday            11-1
  • Afternoon         1-3
  • Late Afternoon 3-5
  • Evening             5-7

 

Customer Portal

Route Tracking

See the actual path your dog takes on his walk.  We use GPS monitoring and tracking on company issued phones.  You always know EXACTLY where your dog went on his walk 🙂

 

Conversation Feed

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Walk Update

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Scheduling

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Staffing

Experience

You have less control over your workers. Unlike employees, whom you can closely supervise and monitor, independent contractors enjoy a certain autonomy to decide how best to do the task for which you hired them

You may be liable for injuries an IC suffers on the job. Employees who are injured on the job are usually covered by workers' compensation insurance. In exchange for the benefits they receive for their injuries, these employees give up the right to sue their employer for damages. ICs are not covered by workers' compensation, which means that if they are injured on the job, they might be able to sue you and recover damages.

Instructions to workers: Your worker is probably an employee if you require him or her to follow instructions on when, where, and how work is to be done. This is a very important factor. However, if you tell your electrician you want blue switch plate covers instead of white, you are not exercising control to a degree that would make the person an employee. Job training: If your company provides or arranges for training of any kind for the worker, this is a sign you expect work to be performed in a certain way; therefore, the worker is your employee. Training can be as informal as requiring the worker to attend meetings or work along with someone who's more experienced.

Personal performance of services: An independent contractor should have the freedom to hire assistants or subcontract work to other workers or firms at his or her expense (this is where profit or loss could enter the picture). If you require the worker to perform the work personally

• Sequence of work. If a company requires work to be performed in specific order or sequence, this control suggests an employment relationship. • Requirements for reports. If a worker regularly must provide written or oral reports on the status of a project, this arrangement indicates a possible employment relationship.

Behavioral Control covers facts that show if the business has a right to direct and control what work is accomplished and how the work is done, through instructions, training, or other means.

https://www.oregon.gov/ODA/shared/Documents/Publications/NaturalResources/20FactorTestforIndependentContractors.pdf

  Employees Independent Contractors
Control The way they do their jobs, such as how, when and where is controlled by the employerHave complete control over the way they do their work
Supervision Work under extensive supervisionWork unsupervised
How Work is Done Are given instruction as to how work should be done by their employerSet own hours and structure how they do their work
TrainingTrained by their employer or other experienced employees Not trained by the employer
PayPaid a set amount on set datesPaid by the job and pay their own expenses
BenefitsOffered benefits such as medical, dental, etc.Do not receive benefits from employer
TaxesTaxes (social security, Medicare, income) withheld from paycheck Responsible for paying own taxes
SuppliesProvided with supplies such as computers, paper, pens, etc.Responsible for obtaining and paying for their own supplies

Liability

Support

Focus

Website Aggregators - Tech companies connecting the general public to consumers.  Great for car service and food delivery

Pet Sitters - Long , inconsistent hours make scheduling difficult.  Very little training.  Usually just one person...no Backup.  No management / company support

Typically part-time and temporary job

Walking Dogs in Nashville since 2007

(Formally, At Home Pet Services)

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