Need to Get Away during your interviews? It’s likely you are a pet owner. Consider Rover.com for Pet Sitters

Posted by | October 18, 2012 | Uncategorized

Rover.com Offers Real Love in Real Homes for Dogs While you Travel for Interviews

When you’re planning a vacation or have to hop on a flight for a last-minute business interview trip there is a lot of planning that needs to happen. Rover.com wants to help you easily plan your dog’s care while you’re away. Search this network of dog sitters, who are often dog owners themselves, for affordable, cage-free alternative to traditional kennels.

“A significant goal of Rover.com is to give pet owners true peace of mind while their dog is under the care of one of our member sitters,” explains Aaron Easterly, CEO at Rover.com. “Cages can’t cuddle. We believe people feel much more at ease knowing that their dogs are receiving real love, in real homes when they are away.”

Leaving Fido behind when you’re away can be stressful. Choosing to leave your dog with an in-home sitter instead of a kennel can reduce anxiety for both the owner and the dog. Rover.com has sitters who will watch the dog in their home or travelling sitters who who will go to the dog’s home.

Beyond the comfort of knowing your dog will be sleeping on a couch, not in a cage, Rover.com includes a Peace of Mind Protection. The Peace of Mind Protection is insurance coverage that covers emergency vet care, professional and commercial liability for sittings that are booked on site. You can also select a sitter based on their experience administering medication, if they are trained in pet CPR or have other pet care certifications.

Do you have experience as a dog sitter? Want to make some extra cash on the side while you are looking for a job? It’s easy to sign up on Rover.com to advertise you and your home! Create a profile, add photos and easily connect with dog owners in your area. Rover.com encourages giving back and makes it easy to select a great organization to donate a portion of your earnings through their Sit a Dog, Save a LifeTM program.

For more information visit www.rover.com.

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