As pet parents, most of us consider our dog a member of the family. Leaving them behind when we travel can be both sad and very stressful. Until recently, we had neighbors whose dogs we would watch when they were away — and we knew that they would do the same for us. But what do you do when you don’t have a trusted friend or neighbor nearby to help watch the fur kid when you go out of town? That’s exactly what we’ve been wondering…
Finding the Perfect Pet Sitter
We recently connected with the folks at Rover.com, an online community that helps you find a trusted 5-star dog sitter who can either host your pup in their home or come to you. It’s a super alternative to traditional caged boarding facilities or kennels which can be noisy and stressful…not something I’ve ever wanted to put Daisy through since rescuing her from the overcrowded shelter where we found and adopted her! Whether you’ve got a pampered purebred or mystery mutt like we do, I’m sure you feel the same way about wanting the best for your fur kids.
Now, pet boarding is not somewhere you want to skimp on quality so you may be thinking that it’s super-pricey to get a 5-star sitter to care for your dog either by coming to your home, or by hosting them at their house. Prices vary by location, but are considerably lower than kennels, and range from $15 to $30 per night.
- 24/7 Vet Assistance
- Peace of Mind Protection
- Local 5-Star rated Sitters
- TrustCloud Verified Sitters
- Rover Reel Video with Each Stay
- 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
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