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I love to travel. I love going to new places, seeing new sites, and I must admit, I absolutely adore staying in hotels.
What I don’t love about traveling is boarding my pets. Even the nicest, cleanest, most modern boarding facility still feels cold and impersonal to me, and it’s hard to think about leaving my pets there while I’m lying on a sunny beach somewhere.
Wouldn’t it be great if, when you have to be away from home, you could leave your beloved pets with a friend or family? Ah, I wish that were an option.
Oh wait – it is an option with Rover.com!
Rover.com is a national network of in-home pet sitters that are there to provide your beloved furry family members with a warm, safe, loving place to stay while you travel for work or pleasure.
If the idea of leaving your pet in real home is appealing, Rover.com just may be exactly what you’re looking for.
If a quiet, loving environment is what your pet needs, rather than the endless noise and commotion of a crowded kennel, Rover.com just might be the ticket.
If you’re looking for a more affordable option than traditional boarding, you owe it to yourself to check out all that Rover.com has to offer.
I invite you to check out the Rover.com website to learn more about this cutting edge service. Questions about how it all works? Check out the FAQ. Find tips for boarding your dogs, and learn how you can become a Rover.com sitter. I mean, wouldn’t that be an awesome job for a pet lover?
Like what you see? Rover.com and I would like to offer you $25 off your first booking, and it’s as simple as using code LAZYPIT25 at checkout!
Want to learn more? Join me and Rover.com on Twitter for #RoverChat on Thursday, October 3rd from 6-7pm PST. We’re going to talk all things Rover, and we’ll be answering all your questions.
In the meantime, let’s talk. What do you typically do with your pets when you travel? Do you board them at a kennel? Leave them with friends? Take them with you? I’d love to know!
*This is a sponsored post. I have been compensated for completion of this article. Rover.com is not responsible for the content of this article.