High paws to The Sunday Times!
BorrowMyDoggy founder Rikke was joined by eleven pawsome borrowers and their borrowed pooches for a fun-filled photoshoot to accompany the article, which started by explaining “numerous studies show the mental and physical benefits of spending time with dogs.” What’s more, with millions of dogs in Britain not being exercised properly, “dog-borrowing could make dogs healthier and it gives time-stretches owners a lifeline.”
Many BorrowMyDoggy matches were mentioned in the article, including Tim, who can’t commit to buying his own pet so now frequently spends time with Doug, a rescue, whose confidence is building day-by-day with Tim.
June joined BorrowMyDoggy after her dog passed away and she’s filled the dog-shaped hole in her life with Charlie the Cavapoo, with the pair often enjoying long walks together.
Emily and Stewart have been borrowing Frank for nearly two years and explain how they “get the best of both worlds” by spending time with him.
We’d like to say an absowoofly huge thanks to all of the borrowers and everyone from The Sunday Times for woofing about our your pup of a company, and our aim to leave 'Pawprints Of Happiness' on the lives of dogs and people.
The BorrowMyDoggy Team
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