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Source: Instagram, Wag

Dog Walking Service Tries to Cover up Death After Claiming Dog Was "Home Safe"

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If you've heard of the apps Wag or Rover, you know how useful they can typically be. For dog owners with day jobs or who take the occasional vacation, these new "Uber, but for dog services" apps can hook you up with someone "trusted" who'll walk, stay with, or board your dog. The people who hang out with your pet are "vetted, tested, and reviewed," per Wag's website.

Except.... when they're not, and the company sketchily tries to hide the truth from you — after your dog's been seriously harmed. One unfortunate couple had a horrifying experience they've generously decided to share with others who use or are considering using the app.

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Source: Wag!