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Platform connecting pet owners to a range of services







Investment Highlights

Emerging Unicorn

Pet Care


World’s Largest Network

Company Overview is an American company which operates an online marketplace for people to buy and sell pet care services including pet sitting, dog boarding, and dog walking. was founded in 2011 in Seattle, Washington and is formally incorporated under the name A Place for Rover, Inc

Founded in 2011, Rover is the world’s largest network of 5-star pet sitters and dog walkers.

Whether you need in-home dog boarding, pet sitting, dog walking, or day care, Rover connects pet parents with pet care providers who’ll treat their pets like family.

Rover sitters are your rainy-day-dog-walkers. Your every-day-belly-rubbers. Your tug-of-war players. Your middle-of-the-night-pee-breakers. Because we get it—your pet is family. And when you can’t be there, you can trust us to keep your pet happy, healthy, and sweet as ever.

But it’s not just about love of pets. Rover is also an award-winning technology business committed to making pet care safe, easy, and affordable so that everyone can experience the unconditional love of a pet. takes a percentage of each booking made on its site, from 15-20% for dog sitting/boarding services.


Total Funding (June 2021) – US310.9M

Last funding round (February 2021) – US$125M

Enterprise Value US$926.19M

Rover reports Record May Results and Increases 2021 Projections:

Highest Single Month Gross Bookings Value of $45 Million

New Bookings of ~75,000, Led By Record U.S. Customer Acquisition

May Gross Bookings Value Grew 18% vs. May 2019


  • Management

  • Directors

Aaron Easterly

Chief Executive Officer

Tracy Knox

Chief Financial Officer

Brent Turner

Chief Operating Officer

Scott Porad

Chief Technology Officer

Philip Kimmey

Co-Founder & Director, Software Development

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