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2017-11-09 06:56:33 -0600 answered a question Where do I note for myself the details about a dogs stay? And is this private?

You can put it in the Dog Notes section. To get there you have to be on the website, and not the App. Click on the dog's profile and then click "edit your dog notes". And yes, they're private.

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2017-02-23 14:39:22 -0600 answered a question Why does my dog eat cardboard?

It might be because it feels good to him! If you'd rather they not chew on cardboard, find something that is more appealing to replace it. Maybe a toy that he has to work on for a while to a get a treat out.

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2017-02-23 14:30:24 -0600 answered a question Why does my dog get jealous?

They consider you part of their pack and want to protect you from those outside the pack. My dog gets jealous when I pet another dog and tries to physically in between me and the dog. I think it's important not to reward that behavior because it's cute. Have your dog sit and stay so that you can pet the other dog, then treat them so that they associate that behavior with positive things.

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2016-09-14 10:54:04 -0600 asked a question Do you accept requests from owners who joined Rover the same day and have not filled out anything on their profile?

I get a lot of these requests and I'm always sketched out by them, not sure why. I know it could legitimately be someone who is looking last minute for coverage for their dog, but I prefer someone who is familiar with Rover and has used it before. Not having any pictures on the profile, of them or their dog, also makes me weary to even do a meet and greet. PIctures and answering the basic questions on the dog profile should be required before they can submit a request.