Board Your Dog in a Dog Lover’s Home

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If you have not heard of yet and have a dog, you’ll definitely want to check this resource out. is the leading online community that connects dog owners with trusted dog sitters.  



After entering your location and travel details on the Rover website, it will pull up dozens of highly experienced pet sitters to care for your furry friends. :) I love that each listing has a photo of the sitter (or their pets), a listing of sitter’s certifications and even reviews from prior customers. Check out this video to learn more about Rover:

Prices on Rover range from $10 to $75 per night and sitters range from professionals who will come to your home, large families wit

h other dogs, or doting elderly folks who will love your pup like their grandchildren. They even offer a Peace of Mind protection service which covers emergency veterinary care up to $2,000.

Of course, I cannot miss out on this opportunity to share a few pictures of my furry babies. :) This is Sampson, Lila and Anabelle…

jennie-dogsI love that one of Rover’s core beliefs is that all dogs deserve safe, loving homes even when their owners are away. That is music to my ears!


Rover currently operates nationwide, with 200,000 members enrolled and more than 25,000 approved sitters in over 5,600 cities across the U.S.! They even have approximately 1,000 sitter options in each of the top 20 markets!


Rover also believes that all dogs deserve a happy and loving home. It is for that reason they are committed to supporting animal shelters and companion animal programs across the nation. Rover has made it easy for sitters to donate a portion of their proceeds to local shelters through our Sit-a-Dog, Save-a-Life program, saving the lives of dogs everywhere. How great is that?!

Head on over here to check out and see what dog sitters are available in your area! You can also connect with Rover on their Facebook page and on Twitter!

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