Calling dog lovers everywhere! If that’s you, you’re going to enjoy today’s post because it’s all about dogs; and you don’t have to own a dog to love reading this.
Please note this is a sponsored post which I was compensated for, but all thoughts and opinions are my own.
Have you ever heard of Rover.com? I know I hadn’t until I was recently contacted by them. After being introduced to their site and knowing everything I now know, I wish I had heard of them before. This is why I felt I needed to share this with all you dog lovers, and I know many of my readers either have or had dogs.
“The greatest fear dogs know is the fear that you will not come back when you go out the door without them.” ~Stanley Coren
When you go to Rover.com, you’ll see where they say they’re the nation’s largest network of 5-star pet sitters and dog walkers. When you go away, you can find local people to board your dog with, house sit for you or for drop-in visits only. If you work, there are people in your area who provide doggy day care and also dog walking. The best part is, if you don’t currently own a dog, but love them, you can sign up to be part of their network of doing any of the above for dogs in your area. This is their sign-up information.
Only dog lovers need apply…
According to their site, they only accept about 20% of applicants because they must first pass a background check, along with other forms and profile info, and must be approved by their team of sitter specialists. Another thing to note, when you use their service, no cash exchanges hands. Everything is done online through Rover.com.
I had to check everything on their site, including their blog, which is called Daily Treat. On here, you’ll find everything you want to read and see about dogs, including many of these photos I’m sharing with you today. They also have information about dog breeds, dog names, DIY treats and toys for your dog, and so much more.
You can seriously get lost in their blog for hours because of all the cute photos, videos and information it contains!
These are so adorable and cute. Don’t laugh because our youngest son and family have a dog room just for their dogs…
I took this photo of our grand dogs, Emmy and Edy, a few years ago. They had their own gated room with their own couch.
I had to share Molly’s last birthday photo with you, especially after seeing another dog who celebrated its birthday. FYI, here is the recipe I used for the doggie birthday cake I made for Molly. She was kind enough to share it with her cousins.
Speaking of birthdays, I noticed Rover.com had an article about dog years vs people years, along with this chart.
I actually posted something similar to this about 6 years ago, so this thought has been around for awhile. It kind of throws out the myth of 7 years for every dog year.
I could very well do this post without including a recent photo of Sadie. I’ll be doing another Stories With Sadie in another week or two. Thank you to Rover.com for introducing all of us to their wonderful site.
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