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Seattle, WA
501 to 1000 employees
Company - Private
Consumer Product Rental
Unknown / Non-Applicable connects dog parents with a nationwide network of dog lovers for hire, offering in-home dog boarding, dog sitting, and dog walking.

Founded on the belief that everyone should have the opportunity to experience the unconditional love of a dog, Rover ... Read more

Mission: We believe in the unconditional love of dogs, and Rover exists to make it possible for everyone to experience this love in their lives. As we strive to achieve this mission, we use 11 principles to guide us in how we conduct our business and ourselves.

Company Updates

  • Our very own Phil Kimmey made it to Forbes 30 under 30 list!

    Philip Kimmey

    Philip Kimmey on Forbes

  • It's been a busy year at Rover. Tons of growth means lots of hiring :) We are recruiting talent in all departments! Check us out at or read about our recent funding news here:

    Rover raises $65M round led by Spark Capital as pet-sitting startup aims for international expansion

    Typically in today's technology world, startup founders sit on one side of the room, pitch ideas to investors, and hope to land funding for their company. But when you're growing as quickly as Rover, a six-year-old pet-sitting startup that continues to expand, it works the other way around.

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Founded in 2011 and based in Seattle, Washington, Rover is the nation's most trusted network of pet sitters and dog walkers.

Whether you need in-home dog boarding, pet sitting, dog walking, or day care, Rover connects pet parents with people who’ll treat their dogs like family. And with over 92% of the population living within a short drive of one of the 65,000 sitters who’ve listed their services on Rover, it’s easy to find someone you and your dog will love.


The Rover team is made up of fanatical dog enthusiasts who know that the love between people and dogs is unconditional—slobber, chewed shoes, and all.

We're passionate about creating the best experience for dog lovers everywhere. Our management team consists of experienced leaders in marketplaces, e-commerce, and online media.

At Rover, dogs are treated like family. We bring our best friends with us to the office, and they inspire us to do our best work. Most of us are pet parents, and many of us are sitters or dog walkers on Rover, too. From former vet technicians to zookeepers, we're a diverse team devoted to the safety, health, and happiness of all dogs. Our office is full of dogs of all shapes and sizes, and we love having them here.


We were named among's "Most Dog-Friendly Offices in the World" in 2016, landed a spot in Seattle Met's 2015 "Best Places to Work," named one of Forbes' "Top Startups of 2015," recognized in the "Puget Sound Business Journal's Washington's Best Workplaces for 2016," and named in the "Seattle Business 100 Best Companies to Work For" in 2016.


Our dogs are our family. We’ll provide funds to help you adopt or foster a dog. And whenever you need to get away, we’ll help cover your dog’s staycation with an awesome sitter.

Office Culture

We're devoted to each other as people. We celebrate each other's successes, and we've built a culture of humor, fun, and a little irreverence, too. Rover's Core Values.


No one likes running on empty. We have stocked fridges, coffee, soda, and lots of treats (for humans and dogs). And every Tuesday, we offer a company lunch for all employees.


Taking care of yourself and your health comes first. We offer a competitive benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, commuter benefits, and life insurance.


We offer competitive compensation as well as stock options, 401K, holiday pay, and pet assistance funds.

Time Off

Family and life events will always trump business. There's paid time off and holiday pay for whenever you need to take a break. We also offer maternity and paternity leave. Reviews

  • "Great place to work"

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Former Employee - IT Support Specialist in Spokane, WA
    Former Employee - IT Support Specialist in Spokane, WA
    Neutral Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I worked at full-time (More than a year)


    Lots of opportunity
    Dog friendly workplace


    Pandemic not great for business

    Advice to Management

    Find an alternative method of income that can be suitable during pandemic

See All 202 Reviews Photos photo of: Whole crew at Amazon Doggy Days Summer 2016 photo of: Company all-hands Sept 2016 photo of: Company all-hands Sept 2016 photo of: Company all-hands Sept 2016 photo of: Company all-hands Sept 2016 photo of: The sign says it all :)
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Getting an Interview




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    Android Developer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview


    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at


    The hiring goes in four stages:
    1) Call with recruiter
    2) Call with tech guy
    3) A homework project
    4) On-site interview

    On the first conversation with recruiter nothing special: just questions what I know about Rover, why do I want to leave my current job.

    The second conversation was a bit tougher: a guy and his intern were asking bunch of questions about my experience and deep mobile stuff that I know about.

    Then the third stage came. They've send me a github link and asked to implement a project. A project sounded pretty simple, for an Android developer it wasn't hard. I explained my logic behind the project in Readme file in git. I also explained two things: that I've put everything in one activity since it will be easier for people to have a quick glance at the project and that I do not want to spend another hour writing a test, but I will be if it will be a real life project. I've spend 2-3 hours on it and turned it in.

    But then they rejected me. I was breaking my head why: I thought I used all the right instruments, and asked a recruiter to tell me the reasons behind it. They ignored my first email then they finally responded. Then they didn't call when they said they will and still I asked them for a call. Finally in two weeks I ended up having conversation with them.

    And you know what they didn't like? They didn't like that I did not provide unit tests and that I've put everything in one activity. It was exactly what I explained in my description! This is just dumb. To ask to code for free and then complain about lack of tests.

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See All 184 Interviews Awards & Accolades

  • Next Tech Titan, Geekwire, 2019
  • 100 Best Companies to Work For, Seattle Business Magazine, 2018
  • The World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies, Fast Company, 2018
  • Forbes 30 Under 30, Forbes, 2017
  • CEO of the Year, Geekwire Awards, 2016
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Pledges & Certifications

Pay Equality Pledge

Committed to paying equitably for equal work & experience

Diversity Commitment

Has programs that support a diverse and inclusive workforce

Career Advancement Program

Helping employees "upskill" into higher-paying positions

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