Objective Zero Partnership with Rover

Objective Zero is excited to announce a partnership with Rover, offering our Users and Ambassadors a $25 coupon for their services! Use our the affiliate link to book: https://www.rover.com/objective-zero/  





Written by Greer Grenley, Rover.com community member

Rover.com is the nation's largest online network of 5-star pet sitters and dog walkers. It is available via web, as well as Android and iOS app.


Whether you need a dog sitter or want to be one, Rover.com can be a helpful resource. As a client, you can use them to find dog sitters for doggy daycare, overnight stays, home stays, check ins, and dog walking. Although founded in Seattle, Rover is now in over 10,000 cities. You can rest assured your dog is cared for, as the sitters go through background checks, and each booking comes with 24/7 emergency support and pet insurance. You can browse through profiles and read reviews in order to find the sitter you think is the best fit for you, and you’ll receive text message and picture updates throughout your dog’s time with them.



If you’re interested in becoming a sitter, Rover.com will help you make a profile that will attract potential clients. You can choose the hours you want to work, what kinds of dogs you are able to care for, and what types of services you can provide. The program is great for both side income and full-time support because you can create a flexible schedule. Payment is easy -  add your PayPal information, or check recipient address, and Rover will make sure you get paid 48 hours post service. The app is user-friendly and the website is easy to read, which creates a seamless customer experience.



Rover.com is there to support you, and they can help you find a last-minute sitter through Rover Match. Just give them a call and they’ll weed through the profiles for you. Once they find a match, they’ll get you connected and you and the sitter can schedule the service from there. This option is also great if you have trouble finding an appropriate sitter because you have an elderly dog.


Visit Rover Support to read frequently asked questions for both owners and sitters.