Hosting canine guests over Halloween weekend? This time of ghosts and ghouls can cause anxiety leading to problem behaviors, especially for pets that are just settling in with a new sitter. Follow these five tips to make sure that your stay is a treat, visiting dogs don’t get away with any tricks, and most importantly, fun doesn’t turn to real fear!
The holidays can be a busy time, and there’s a lot for pet sitters to keep in mind. From new foods to house guests, Thanksgiving presents unique challenges. Here are 5 tips for keeping dogs safe this Thanksgiving.
Celebrating the holidays with family, especially fuzzy family members, can be absolutely delightful. With a little preparation and dog-proofing, you can have a safe and relaxed holiday with your dog. For sitters caring for dogs, now is a great time to reviewRover 101 for additional tips.
Whether you’re looking forward to spending summer with your own pets or your Rover dogs, it’s important to remember that summer comes with its own unique challenges, including overheating and dog escapes. Follow these tips to make sure your canine companions stay cool and close to home.
While parties, burgers on the grill, and fireworks are fun for people, most dogs aren’t quite as thrilled about the celebration of our independence. Even mellow dogs can become stressed or anxious at the first sign of fireworks—and once they’re under the bed, it can be tough to give them the comfort they need. But don’t worry: We’re here with some tips to help your dog feel less anxious this 4th of July.
Since the holidays are a busy season for our sitters, we want to make sure you’re prepared for all the extra excitement, especially if you’re hosting a gatheringanda Rover guest. Just like us, dogs get excited about all the extra hubbub (and all those delicious smells coming from the kitchen). Here’s how to make sure the only kind of excitement that happens is the good kind.
Valentine’s Day means flowers, chocolates, and popping some bubbly—with your human date, of course! While getting your home prepped for date night, keep your dog in mind, too. It’s important to make sure your furry valentine is safe from potentially harmful holiday treats and decor.