Since we will both be apart on Feb 14th, CB and I decided to celebrate Valentine's Day together a week early. With the help of Rover's excellent customer support, I opted to take Gee and Veenie to a neighbor's house who just so happens to be a Rover sitter.
Kimberlee and her family welcomed my babies with open arms, as did their sweet pup named Pink! Veenie is great with kids, so I was tickled that she would get to spend the night around Kimberlee's daughters. Gee on the other hand immediately began sniffing every square inch of this new place. His tail was wagging about a mile a minute, so I knew he was perfectly fine! We told the pups we would be back in the morning and waved goodbye, headed home to get ready for our date night!
We went to a restaurant called DISH, and oh my goodness gracious was it amazing. I had told a friend where we were going that night, and she screeched with excitement when I told her DISH. I can now see why. The food and the service was absolutely impeccable. Whatever you do, get the crab stuffed avocado if you ever go there. I swear I'm still having dreams about that appetizer.
After dinner, we stayed out and enjoyed a night with drinks and lots of dancing, not worrying about hurrying to get home to the pups. At the end of the evening, we took an uber home and snuggled up together in what felt like a very empty bed without Veenie and Gee. The next morning I missed them and was ready to bring them home.
Kimberlee had them ready and waiting for us at 11 the next morning, both Vee and Gee's tails wagging out of control when they spotted us standing there with their leashes.
This was my first time using Rover, and it worked so well that I've already arranged for the pups to stay with Kimberlee again when CB heads to Miami to meet me on Saturday night. I know they will be in good hands, and in the comfort of a loving home!
Although Rover provided me with a free night of dog boarding, all thoughts and opinions are my own!