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From dog +‎ sitter or dogsit +‎ -er.

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dogsitter (plural dogsitters)

  1. One who acts as babysitter for a dog in the owner's absence.
    • 1997, Karla S. Rugh, Miniature Schnauzers:
      In some towns, you can hire a professional dogsitter to come to your home...
    • 2009, James Endredy, Shamanism for Beginners: Walking with the World's Healers of Earth and Sky:
      I have had multiple dogsitters report to me that after many hours or days of being away from home, my dog would begin to act differently...

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