The following is a sponsored post.
Rover. com is running a Groupon Daily Deal in the Denver-metro area from today, December 5-December 9th. This deal offers new customers up to 60% off their first booking with a dog sitter on Rover.com, and is available to use nationwaide. Here is the Denver Deal on Groupon
Have you heard of Rover.com? Neither had I until this week. This concept is pretty cool if you are a dog lover and don’t love the idea of dropping your dog off at a kennel, where your precious pup is left in tight quarters for 23 out of 24 hours! Rover.com is the leading online community that connects dog owners with trusted dog sitters. Rover.com believes that all dogs deserve safe, loving homes even when their owners are away. The concept is like a Staycation for your dog while you are away on a business trip or vacation! Rover.com was created to provide an alternative to traditional caged boarding facilities . It eliminates the need to beg friends, neighbors and family members to pet sit in a pinch. It also means you keep those friendships and family relationships intact! Trust me, friends and family love your dogs until you ask them to pet sit!
Rover currently operates nationwide, with a network of more than 150,000 members enrolled,, more than 25,000 approved sitters in over 4,300 cities across the United States. Rover.com allows owners to peruse the online profiles of potential hosts and seek out a caretaker based on reviews, personal preferences, and availability. Once connected with the pet-sitter, owners can schedule an optional meet-and-greet between hound and human to ensure a compatibility of personalities. As a dog owner, the optional meet-and-greet is key.
Additionally, Rover.com believes all dogs deserve a happy and loving home and that’s why they are committed to supporting animals shelters and companion animal programs across the nation. They also make it easy for sitters to donate a portion of their proceeds to a local shelter through their Sit-a-Dog, Save-a-Life program, which benefits a pet-related charity such as The Animal Rescue Site or the Coalition to Unchain Dogs.