Affordable Dog Sitting in Leeds
There’s always times as dog owners, where we need a bit of help with dog care, so how do you go about finding dog sitting in Leeds?
BorrowMyDoggy is a trusted community where Leeds dog owners can find insured, local dog sitters who want to help take care of dogs because they love them, not to be paid. Whether you’re looking for someone to provide company, walks or overnights, BorrowMyDoggy has over 21,190 borrowers in Leeds! Find an at-home dog boarder from as close as ¼ mile away from you today!
So who are borrowers?
Our pawsome borrowers all have one thing in common - they love dogs! BorrowMyDoggy borrowers often join as they are unable to have their own dog due to lack of time or space. However, they would be so happy to take care of a local pooch because they miss the fun, affection and comfort that man’s best friends provide.
Over 21,190 dog sitters in Leeds.
How does BorrowMyDoggy compare to traditional dog walkers?
- More affordable - borrowers help walk and care for local dogs because they love dogs, not to get paid.
- One to one attention - our matches are made on an individual basis, compared to dog walkers who often walk multiple dogs.
- Peace of mind - dog owners can relax knowing their dog is enjoying extra exercise and attention from a verified, insured dog lover.
- Local - search from as close as ¼ mile to find a dog walker who lives in your neighbourhood.
Member stories from dog sitting experiences in Leeds
Luna's owner, Julie from Leeds:
I chose BorrowMyDoggy as my husband and I have a lovely large dog but not enough time to give her the walks she would like and we go out a lot or away for the odd weekend. Our dog has loved the lovely folk who have walked her or had her to stay whilst we have been away for the weekend and also whilst we were in Italy for a while. She was our son's dog who now lives in Central London and can't have her there so she loves being with the younger people who play with her and give her nice walks. The current couple she is seeing she absolutely adores and when we are out for a walk she drags me to their house, which luckily is not far away, and she knows she has a toy box there!!
Meesha and Bella’s borrower Sarah, Leeds:
My partner and I both love dogs, but we work full time so it’s impossible to have one of our own as it wouldn’t be fair. We signed up to BorrowMyDoggy and I’m so glad we did! We arranged to meet Meesha and Bella, two Poodles, and were so excited. We totally fell in love with them! We’re now part of their pack and couldn’t ask for better - they’re ideal dogs. We have totally bonded with them - it’s absolutely brilliant. Before BorrowMyDoggy we would have never chosen to get a Poodle, but we’ve now said that when we are in the position to get our own dog, we will look into getting a Poodle. Walking the dogs has become such a joyful thing in our week. Everyone has stressful days, but if you know you’re walking a dog then it’s so much better!
Martha’s borrower Victoria, Leeds:
We met our borrowed dog, Martha, when she was 7 months old - now, over a year later, we see her 3 times a week! She lives just around the corner and it’s so great that we can help out her owners when they need. My fiancé and I both work and we have a cat, so it’s just not feasible for us to have a dog of our own. A couple of summers ago when I was working from home, I thought how great it would be to borrow a dog and get out of the house - that’s when I found BorrowMyDoggy. I started taking Martha out every lunchtime and we’d have such a good time meeting dogs and getting exercise at the same time. I can't think of a better solution for us, Martha, or her owners - BorrowMyDoggy really is brilliant and I couldn't recommend it enough.
Trevor and Penny's borrower, Laura from Leeds:
I am a dog lover without a dog! Due to my lifestyle I am unable to have a dog of my own, so when I saw BorrowMyDoggy it seemed like it was made for me! I have had some issues with my mental health, and having doggy time has been so beneficial for improving that. Be it a nice long walk with Trevor, or a cuddle on the sofa with Penny, nothing makes me smile like seeing my dog pals. Having never owned a dog before, it has been so beneficial learning how to look after dogs, it has given me a good basis for when I get my own dog! The biggest surprise has been the people! It has been so nice making friends with the dog's owners, as well as the dogs themselves. Being relatively new to the area, it was a lovely way of meeting new people.
Dog friendly Leeds
Leeds is a great place for dog walking, with one of the largest parks in Europe in Oakwood’s, 700 acre Roundhay Park. But that’s not the only place for a workout with your pup, other wagtastic walks in Leeds include Meanwood Park in Headingley, Beckett Park at Leeds Beckett University or why not enjoy the greenlands and woods of Middleton Park.
If you build up an appetite with all that walking, lots of cafes, pubs and restaurants in Leeds love to welcome our canine companions, including the Woods, Chapel Allerton, the Myrtle Tavern, Meanwood and the Nation of Shopkeepers, near Leeds Cathedral.
Our favourite dog walks in Leeds
Dog friendly pubs and restaurants in Leeds
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