1. Dog Walker
Some physical labor is required for this job, but it probably wouldn’t kill you to take Fido around the block a few times. A dog walker can make as much as $50 per hour, and that rate can increase exponentially depending on how many pets you take on. Owners are often willing to pay a premium to have someone walk their dogs while they’re out of town or at work. Most states don’t require dog walkers to have a license and liability insurance, but you’ll be more marketable and free from legal woes if you do.