At Rover Come Over your dog will play all day in the daycare, romping and swimming, or just having lap time with our staff and their canine friends. At night, they can sleep on a dog bed in the daycare or be tucked into a crate or a kennel with their own familiar bedding from home (or some of ours). Everyone here sleeps on an elevated bed, not on the floor. After playing all day long in the daycare our dogs are so tired they don’t care where they sleep! Best of all-–you can watch them on our Rover Webcam from a computer wherever you go. Our parents have watched their dogs playing via the “Rover Cam” from China, India, Africa, England, Mexico and all over the United States.
It's a lot of fun to sleepover at Rover Come Over because your dog gets to run free and play all day with our staff and their canine friends--swimming, playing ball, chasing each other and more!
Suitability for Boarding
Because our overnight dogs play all day with our daycare population and need to establish themselves as "pack" members, your dog must attend at least two (2) days of daycare during the month preceding their overnight to be eligible to spend the night. That means two visits a month to Rover Come Over, it can be two half days of daycare or two days of daycare. If your dog is new at Rover, he/she will be required to attend daycare no less than four days (including a minimum of one full day) over the course of two weeks. The rigors of a full day at Rover can be stressful for some pups and our staff needs to evaluate each dog's adaptability to daycare.
We believe it is best to maintain your dogs regular diet so we ask that you bring their food with you.
Lastly, let us know if your pup needs any special touches to make his sleepover a pleasant experience. No request is too much for us when it comes to your dogs needs. You can request a reservation and fill out overnight information through your Rover Come Over Gingr account.
Stop in or call 419-861-9100 with questions anytime and we will be happy to help you!
For your dog’s safety and well-being, it is critical that he/she become a member of the Rover “pack” and is physically up to the rigor of daycare. Our dogs play hard throughout the day and generally nap much less than at home. Additionally, unaccustomed play on pavement/stone may result in sore paws.
It is for these reasons, we limit our sleepovers (boarding) to our Rover daycare customers and require that sleepover dogs attend at least two (2) days of daycare each month, especially during the month preceding their overnight, to be eligible to spend the night. That means two visits a month to Rover, this can be two half-days of daycare or two full days of daycare.
As a reminder, our physical space for overnighters (boarding) is very limited and offered to our daycare customers as an additional service. In order to provide the best care for your dog(s) while they are away from you, it is vital that our staff is familiar with their individual needs. For these reasons, dogs that routinely attend daycare may be prioritized for reservations during the holidays (and other busy times). If space allows, we are happy to accept dogs who routinely attend daycare a minimum of two (2) half days per month. If you need kennel or dog-sitting services while you are away, let us know and we may be able to help.