I rent a commercial building and run my pet-sitting business out of there, can I still sign up with Rover?

asked 2016-04-20 18:27:52 -0500

I currently run a %100 cage-free dog day care company that offers cage-free boarding with 24-hour staff. I offer the same services as in-home pet sitters except my entire building is tailored JUST for dogs. Can I sign up as a pet-sitter through Rover and gain clients through their site? And if so, how would I answer what type of home do I have? It's neither a townhouse, apartment or a house......

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As far as I understand, as long as any client who is found utilizing the http://Rover.com service is booked through http://Rover.com then you should be able to utilize http://Rover.com. Do not take cash for any service however. I would check with http://rover.com management thought just to be sure.

Erica P.'s profile image Erica P.  ( 2016-06-08 15:25:59 -0500 ) edit

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answered 2016-04-20 19:44:54 -0500

You should probably call Rover. While some Rover employees participate on these boards, I would think Rover management needs to make the call.

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answered 2017-02-24 21:06:38 -0500


I'm a Rover Expert and Sitter

Rover is not a kennel boarding company but in a sitter's home

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answered 2017-02-23 21:13:58 -0500

Agreed - it's always best to call Rover directly: 888-453-7889. The hardest part would be that once you gain a customer via Rover, you're technically supposed to complete all future bookings through the site. If you break that agreement, they have the right to terminate your account. So that's definitely something to consider if you'd rather source your clients on your own.

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