Send Your Dog on a Vacation With DogVacay

DogVacay Dog Sitter

Photo Credit: DogVacay.com

It’s officially the start of a new year! Are you thinking about travel plans yet? I know I sure am! There are plenty of common excuses used for why travel isn’t feasible, but having a dog should not be one of them! Don’t give up your vacation for your pooch. Send them on their own vacation instead!

You can make sure your dog has just as enjoyable of a vacation as you do and hire a sitter from DogVacay! They get to explore a new home and spend time with experienced hosts that will give your pup all the extra loving and attention that they need.

BONUS for all first time DogVacay users: Get $10 off using this link

DogVacay is the perfect alternative to leaving your dog at the kennel. You know you’re leaving your dog in good hands thanks to their 5-step vetting process for hosts, 24/7 customer support, daily photo updates, and reservations also include free pet insurance!

Alternatively, if you’re stuck at home you can sign up to be a dog sitter and brighten up your day by spending it with an adorable pup! It sure is a win-win in my book.

Travel More! Without worrying about your pooch!

Travel More! Without worrying about your pooch!

If you’re located in the Boulder, Colorado area and are looking for a dog sitter, check out my profile (and get $10 off if you’re a new DogVacay user)! I’d be happy to welcome your pooch into my cozy Boulder home. Still unsure? No problem! Set up a meet-n-greet for free so you have the peace of mind that your pup will have the perfect vacation!

Book a Dog Sitter Now!


  • Eileen
    February 4, 2015 at 11:03 am

    Adorable. Love the doggy photos and love hearing about responsible pet care!

  • Katie
    January 11, 2015 at 8:34 pm

    This is great, and the only way that I can travel and leave my dog (she is petrified of kennels)! I also made a lot of money working as a dog sitter in Burlington, Vermont when I was saving for my trip to Central America!

    • Marissa Sutera
      January 12, 2015 at 7:18 pm

      It’s great that it goes both ways! I love sitting when I’m not traveling, it’s a great way to save up 🙂

  • kay
    January 11, 2015 at 3:11 am

    Hi Anna and the rest my dog is the same he does not trust very well it takes a while for him to get used to anyone new you would have to practically live with me for him to get used to you, I got him as a rescue about four years ago he does not like children they really do scare him, after a lot of training and many tears later he can now walk beside another dog but its humans he don’t like but he’s getting old now and walking around the block is enough for him, we have recently for he has a heart condition so more pampering from me x

    • Marissa Sutera
      January 11, 2015 at 8:16 am

      It’s harder for dogs with old age just like people when they get used to certain ways of living. Luckily, some sitters even specialize in watching dogs with specific conditions. It can be a much better option for those who have no other choice but to leave the dog in a kennel!

  • ANDA
    January 10, 2015 at 10:32 pm

    Thanks for this post, Marissa. I’m sure many people can make a good use of this links (and the $10 off coupon). Unfortunately my dog would never stay with anybody but the handful of people that he got to know over his 12 years life. I wish it was as simple as hiring a dog sitter, but it’s not.

    • Marissa Sutera
      January 11, 2015 at 8:15 am

      It can be tough for a dog that has gotten used to the same people throughout their life, but it sure is a better option for those who have no other choice but to leave the dog in a kennel!


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