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How to Start a Dog Walking Business in 5 Easy Steps

Maybe the best part of your day is spending some time patrolling the neighborhood with your pooch. Maybe you need a little more motivation to get your daily steps inRead More »
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PCI Picks: The Best Grooming Software of 2024

Have you ever encountered this situation: A Pomeranian calls your work phone to confirm their Tuesday grooming appointment, but your regular German Shepherd just booked that time slot online soRead More »

Earning Potential for Dog Walkers: How Much Dog Walkers Make

Is there anything better than leashing up your pup for a brisk walk around the block, a hike in the woods, or a trip to the dog park? Avid dogRead More »
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Pet Waste Removal: How to Start a Pooper Scooper Business

It’s easy to start a pooper scooper business and (apart from one obvious aspect of it) there are few downsides. There’s a market for pet waste removal pretty much everywhere.Read More »
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9 Cat Sitting Tips for a Paw-some Experience

Cat sitting can be a fur-midable proposition if you don’t know what to expect and aren’t prepared to deal with claw-ful situations that can arise. But with a little workRead More »
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How to Become a Flight Nanny: What to Know About Taking Care of Pets on the Go

If you love pets and are looking for a fun and exciting career opportunity, becoming a flight nanny is the way to go! Flight nannies accompany pets on flights toRead More »
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Comparing Employee Dishonesty Coverage & Bonding

PCI’s employee dishonesty coverage is similar to a bond, but there may be some key differences to consider.

Employee dishonesty coverage:

  • Can be purchased in the same transaction
  • Doesn’t run credit checks
  • Provides $10,000 per occurrence and $25,000 aggregate coverage

Bonds may differ from our dishonesty coverage by:

  • Checking your credit during the application process
  • Having a “Conviction Claus;” Often bonds won’t pay on claims unless there is a conviction
  • Many require you to reimbursement the bonding company after a claim is paid