2018 was a busier year than ever here at Citizenshipper! And now it’s a good time for looking back at the things we’ve helped our loyal and happy customers achieve over the past year. We wanted to spotlight some of the heartwarming stories of pets our dedicated drivers have brought to new homes – temporary Read more about Pets reunited with their owners for holidays – Goodbye 2018 and Hello 2019![…]
Heading along the highways anywhere from east to west, Celia Campbell is a woman on a mission. And in looking to bring people together with their pets, no matter how great the distances separating them, she’s one of the unsung heroes who makes Citizenshipper tick. You might have even passed her as she’s been racking Read more about From East to West – Celia has eyes on being best at pet delivery[…]
At first glance the idea that someone could make an extra $12,000 per month sounds almost too good to be true. But more and more people are finding out just how lucrative this opportunity can be. In this article we’re going to explain how you can join our community of Air Nannies, spend more time with cute animals and make some extra money.
If you enjoy flying and can perhaps even get cheap (or free) trips, an Air Nanny might be just the opportunity for you to make tremendous supplemental income.
Everyday, thousands of people welcome into their home a new member of their family – a puppy. But often breeders are separated from buyers by hundreds, sometimes thousands of miles. This is especially true for the rarer breeds of dog.
More and more people are hiring Air Nannies who will safely meet the breeder at a major airport, and then transport the pet to an airport close to the buyer and meet them at the Arrivals terminal. For the buyer’s, money is usually their least concern as their focus is on getting their new puppy safely to them. Buyers often pay up to $1,300 for a single air nanny trip.
With new pet transportation jobs posted daily, YOU get to pick the jobs you’re interested in, and the days/hours you work. So even if you hold a ‘regular’ job, you can easily pick up supplemental work.
So, how can you get involved and get connected with people willing to pay you to transport pets?
Easy – CitizenShipper was created for just that! CitizenShipper is a ‘marketplace’ connecting people who want to ship things, with people who can do the transporting. While many things are shipped using CitizenShipper, cats and dogs are extremely popular and we have a huge need to recruit additional pet shippers.
While many CitizenShipper drivers transport pets via car, a rising number of flight crew personnel and regular fliers are making additional income by bidding on long distance pet shipments. Air nannies, as they like to refer to themselves, are significantly more likely to win pet shipments. Why?
Firstly, shipping via plane is a lot faster and less stressful for animals than driving long distance and secondly it enables far longer routes than land shipments.
Signing up is free, and simple, and you could be getting connected with customers within minutes.
Sign up as an Air Nanny right away and get your first shipment!
A move to New York has helped Eternanda Fudge really go places – even if not quite in the ways she might have originally hoped! She hit the Big Apple with the dream, shared by so many, of getting a break in the media or showbiz. “I came here to pursue a career as an Read more about ‘It’s my livelihood – that’s why I take so much care’[…]
No matter how much you love travelling, you’ve gotta admit that there are few feelings like that you get when you set foot back on home turf after a spell away. Everything’s suddenly familiar again, and the surroundings just make you instantly comfortable – so the stresses of your travels quickly melt away, and you’re Read more about How To Re-acclimatize Pets After Vacations[…]
Moving houses, or moving between houses when you’re heading off to your summer (or winter) retreat, is something that we humans get better at with practice. Often, it’s the same way with your pets – but there are exceptions to this, with some cats, in particular, finding it difficult to adjust to new surroundings. Their Read more about How To Get A Shy Cat Used To New Surroundings[…]
Dogs get stressed for all kinds of reasons, just like we humans. And although we hate to admit it, and we know how hard the animal-loving drivers who work alongside us try, one of the major causes of this stress is travel. Our canine companions can also pick up on our own stress, and so Read more about How To Keep Your Dog Cool And Make Sure It Doesn’t Get Stressed[…]
Most dogs just love, love, l-o-v-e the beach.
But a recent sad story out of Florida has highlighted how their owners need to stay right on their guard when letting their pooch off the leash to enjoy some fun in the sand.
Dogs (and cats) aren’t able to regulate their body temperatures in extremes of conditions as well as we humans, so they just can’t tolerate the changes in temperatures which are found in a car – especially when the engine’s off and consequently, so is the air con.
As increasing numbers of families, of all sizes, as well as single people, are spending more time not only on their main vacation, but also on breaks at other times of the year