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What You'll Get
Dogs were domesticated roughly 15,000 years ago, but it took them 14,891 years to play poker as well as humans. Deal your pooch a helping hand with this Groupon.
- $25 for $60 worth of home dog boarding
Prices range from $10 to $75 per night.
Once dog owners have set up a profile, they can browse hundreds of local dog lovers to find a suitable home. The company also offers free pet insurance that covers veterinary care up to $25,000. Contact its 24-hour Barkline support or peruse the how it works and FAQ sections for more information.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. New clients only. Creating multiple Rover.com accounts is prohibited. Limit 1 per person, and 1 per household. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid with other offers. Online registration required. Reservation required; subject to availability. FINAL SALE; no returns unless defective. See return policy. Voucher is non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Through Rover, pet parents can discover, book, and manage personalized care for their dogs, including pet sitting, dog walking, in-home dog boarding, and doggy day care. Recently named a top start-up by both Forbes and Inc., Rover ensures dogs get plenty of attention and exercise even when their owners can't be there.
With a network of more than 300,000 members across the country, Rover.com allows owners to peruse the online profiles and seek out a local dog walker based on reviews, personal preferences, and availability. Once connected with the dog walker, owners can immediately schedule their walk(s), or first do an optional meet-and-greet between hound and human to ensure a compatibility of personalities and rising signs. While at work, dog parents keep in contact with their four-legged friends and their walkers via Rover.com’s messaging service and photo updates. The company’s dedication to canine well-being extends to their Sit a Dog, Save a Life program, which grants the site’s walkers a chance to donate the entirety or a portion of their profits to a pet-related charity such as The Animal Rescue Site or the Coalition to Unchain Dogs.