Costa Mesa, CA asked in Contracts, Personal Injury, Animal / Dog Law and Juvenile Law for California

Q: What liability or waiver do I need in my in-client's-home petsitting contract if my toddler will be with me?

I have been pet sitting for over 15yrs and have a current contract I have been using but now I'm a single mom to a 2yr old who will be with me during pet stays at client's home. I always meet the dog and owner before pet care is provided and bring my kid with me to make sure dog is none aggressive etc. I've never had a problem but a new client is worried about liability in case something we're to happen to my child. I'm not sure how to put their mind at ease or what kind of waiver or release form I can provide to them that safe guards me, my child, and the pet owner.

1 Lawyer Answer
Dale S. Gribow
Dale S. Gribow
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Palm Desert, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: Make an appt to meet with lawyer to provide more info.

No lawyer should give an answer without more more info and like you have liability.

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