Dog Sitting Invoice Template

Dog Sitting Invoice Template operates as a formal payment request for sitting services rendered for a Pet Owner’s dog.  To complete this document, you will need to produce your professional information, the Pet Owner or Client’s billing information, and some details regarding the dog sitting and the prices involved. The structure provided by this document will act as a guide for presenting these required items in a logical manner that is easy to read.  You should save a copy of this form as a template and each completed copy you send to a Dog Sitting Client as a matter of good record-keeping.

How much does a dog sitter cost?

Services provided on holidays are often more expensive. Pet sitters usually also charge more for additional pets.

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How to Write in PDF and MS Word

Download: Adobe PDF & Microsoft Word (.docx)

1 – Save The Dog Sitting Invoice

Open the invoice available through the buttons (“PDF” or “Word”) captioning the preview image then open this file using the appropriate software.


2 – Identify The Dog Sitting Business

The Dog Sitting Business’ “Company Name” is a required item for the top of this page. This should be typed into the first field in place of the current contents.      Input the “Name” of the Dog Sitter on the first blank line in this invoice.             Enter the building number and street address where the Dog Sitter expects to receive his or her business correspondence on the “Street Address” line then his or her “City, State, Country” and “ZIP Code” on the next lines.           Present the Dog Sitter’s “Phone” and “E-Mail” on the next available lines.         


3 – Invoice The Pet Owner For Dog Sitting Services

The Dog Sitter’s services will need to be attached to some filing information for the convenience of easily discussing this paperwork. Accomplish this by filling in the invoice number that will be used for this task on the blank line designated as “Invoice #.”          The effective “Date” of this document or when you wish it to apply to the Pet Owner or Dog Sitting Client is required to the right of the filing information you assigned.  We must address the Pet Owner directly now that we have clearly identified this paperwork. Do so on the blank line attached to the “Name” text-label in the “Bill To” area.

Present the Pet Owner’s full address on the “Street Address,” “City, State, Country” and “Zip Code” lines that follow the Pet Owner’s identity.   The table occupying the majority of this invoice’s contents displays two columns. The left-hand “Description” column expects your entries to explain the dog sitting services that were ordered by the Pet Owner. You may report this information by citing your reference materials, listing a contact number, or providing a dog sitting log.   The column on the right will display one column heading and three labeled fields. We will attend to the first box, under the “Amount” heading, list the cost of each service requiring payment.     The sum of all dog sitting costs should be reported in the cell with the bold label “Subtotal.”    The box designated with the bold word “Tax” is included because if taxes must be calculated and added to the “Subtotal,” then they must be reported apart from the rest of the costs. Place the “Tax” being added to the box below the “Subtotal” defining the base charges.      If taxes were listed above, then add them to the “Subtotal” and place this sum in the box to the right of “Total.” Otherwise, fill in the sum of all charges (as reported in Subtotal). It should be noted that the figure reported in “Total” will be considered the amount the Pet Owner must pay in exchange for the services above.   


4 – Place A Deadline For The Expected Payment

Search for the sentence “Payment Is Due…” and inform the Pet Owner how many days are given for an on-time payment by recording this number on the blank line after “#”   If the Pet Owner should have any additional “Comments Or Special Instructions” then produce them as needed on the blank lines at the bottom of this page.           


How to Write in MS Excel

Download: Microsoft Excel (.xlsx)

1 – Obtain The Dog Sitting Excel Sheet Invoice

Search for the “Excel” file accessible through the button captioning the preview image of the dog sitting invoice. You may also use the link that has been placed above these instructions (“Microsoft Excel (.xlsx)”.


2 – Produce The Dog Sitter’s Contact Information

This invoice is separated into several areas by topic. The first of which can be considered the calling card of the Sender. Thus, upload the image file used for the Dog Sitter’s business logo in cell A1.      Report the Dog Sitter’s “Company Name” in cell A2.           Cell A3 will allow you to introduce yourself (or a Customer Service Representative working in the Dog Sitting Agency) as the Contact Person for inquiries or responses to this invoice.         Use Cell A4 to present the Dog Sitter’s “Street Address” then A5 for his or her “City, State, Country” and cell A6 for the Dog Sitter’s “Zip Code”           If the Dog Sitter has a business “E-mail” and “Phone” number then document them for the convenience of the Pet Owner Client in cells A7 and A8 by replacing the current labels with the respective material.       


3 – Display The Mailing Address Of The Pet Owner Client

We shall continue down column A to cell A11 where you must directly address the Pet Owner by inputting his or her full “Name” in this field.           Input the Pet Owner’s billing address to cells A12 through A14. Notice that the Pet Owner’s “Street Address” must be separately listed in cell A12 from the “City, State, Country” you must enter in cell A13 and from the “Zip Code” you must provide in cell A14.             


4 – Use the Two Invoice Tables To Bill The Pet Owner

Return to the first few rows of this document, specifically cell F4 and H4. Present the Dog Sitter’s invoice number for this job in cell F4 then the applicable invoice “Date” in cell H4.            The second table, beginning with the column headings in row 16, should be used as a presentation area. Cell A17 will require an adequate “Description” of either the time spent sitting with the Pet Owner’s dog, the appropriate contract reference, or both.                  The field titled “Amount” in H17 requires a report on the pricing of the dog sitting service provided to the Pet Owner. Report the price of each item (without any taxes added) in cell H17.                      Continue to cell H18 with the sum of all the dollar values you have just presented. This cell cannot include any tax amounts and thus is appropriately labeled as “Subtotal.”                        If there are taxes that must be added to the dog sitting service provided then you should document them in cell A19.              Complete this invoicing table with the “Total” of the dog sitting “Subtotal” and any “Tax” required. Input this sum to cell H20            Should you wish to receive the payment for this dog sitting bill in a timely fashion, then you should solidify the amount of time allotted to the Pet Owner to pay this bill. Do this by removing the bracketed symbol in H21’s statement with the number of “Days” allowed            The “Comments Or Special Instructions” field in cell A22 can be used if you wish to input additional content or left blank if no additional subject matter needs to be discussed.