Rover.com won’t reveal how many dogs have died after dog owners use their app

The Seattle start-up refuses to produce dead dog statistics sought in a consumer’s lawsuit, claiming it doesn’t keep track. A judge will consider the matter.

The popular dog-sitting website Rover wants a judge to prevent discovery of the number of dogs killed or injured under their dog-sitters’ care, claiming that the information is irrelevant to a lawsuit alleging that Rover makes false representations to consumers about the safety of using their app. 

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