Rover.com Fetches $7 Million for Its Dog-Sitting Service

Rover.com Fetches $7 Million for Its Dog-Sitting Service

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New Rover.com, the dog-kenneling alternative, has raised $7 million in a second-round funding. The Seattle-based company said the Foundry Group led the round, with existing investor Madrona Venture Group also participating. Rover, which has raised more than $10 million to date, helps connect dog owners with potential sitters online. So far,...
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