BorrowMyDoggy In Wrexham

Connecting dog owners with local dog borrowers for walks, weekends and holidays.

What is BorrowMyDoggy?

BorrowMyDoggy is an online platform dedicated to connecting dog owners with dog borrowers for walks, weekends or happy holidays. BorrowMyDoggy is passionate about helping dogs get more love and exercise, borrowers get special dog time and dog owners get the peace of mind that their dog is having fun.

Our goal as a company is pretty simple: we aim to make sure dogs get the care, attention and exercise they deserve while connecting local people through the love of dogs.

Dog Walking, Sitting and Day Care in Wrexham

Dog Day Care in Wrexham

Have you recently looked for a dog walker in Wrexham? It can be pretty overwhelming with all of the options available. Instead of looking for kennels in Wrexham, have you considered finding a lovely local friend for your pup instead? Each and every one of our borrowers look after dogs simply for the love of dogs rather than to get paid which is pretty pawsome!

Dog Sitting in Wrexham

Do you love dogs but can’t have one of your own? Why not borrow a dog in Wrexham instead? There are so many pups that would love an extra walk, belly rub or game of fetch. Why not create a free profile and see if there’s a pawfect match for you just around the corner.

Most popular breeds in Wrexham:

  • Cross breed - medium
  • Staffordshire Bull Terrier
  • Labrador
  • Border Collie
  • Jack Russell Terrier

Most loved dog names in Wrexham:

  • Roxy
  • Lola
  • Bella
  • Betty
  • Oscar

What our members say

"Myself, my Collie cross, Bo, and our borrower, Ceri, couldn’t be happier, so thank you so much for the wonderful service and unexpected benefits! I was left with Bo when a domestic change occurred in life. Enter BorrowMyDoggy! I met Ceri and her daughter Amy last year - fast forward a year, and Bo is now very much a part of their family, too." - Bo’s owner, Nick.

"Since meeting Toby and his owners, I have spent the past year adventuring with him at least once a week, he has become a fully fledged honorary member of our family and we have made good friends with his owners too! As a long term sufferer of anxiety, I have also benefited hugely from having a reason to get out into the countryside on a more regular basis, as well as having a loyal little furry friend to accompany me!" - Bethan, Toby's borrower.

Read more about dog sitting in Wrexham

You can view lots more BorrowMyDoggy reviews and other member stories on our testimonials page.

Dog Walking in Wrexham

Whether you’re new to the area or are looking for some enjoyable dog walks in Wrexham you’re in luck as there are lots to choose from.

Ty Mawr Country Park

This is a great place to visit if you are walking a dog in Wrexham. Whether your pup loves a game of fetch, enjoys exploring woodland trails, or loves to swim, Ty Mawr Country Park has you covered. There are also some great views of the Dee valley and the chance to see lots of animals including llamas and pigs. Why not take a picnic and really make a day of it? Refreshments are also available on route if you want to stop for a bite to eat.

Alyn Waters Country Park

Another great park to visit if you’re looking after someone’s dog in Wrexham is Alyn Waters Country Park. Pups can indulge in a spot of swimming and two legged friends can enjoy the lovely scenery and wildlife. There is also a cafe where you can grab a drink, pups aren’t allowed in but food and drinks can be taken away.

Acton Park

Although small, Acton Park still makes for a lovely place to walk a dog in Wrexham. Take in the pawsome scenery, visit the japanese gardens and maybe even feed the ducks. Complete with picnic tables and a mixture of hilly and flat paths, there are a number of routes to follow which are sure to keep you and your four legged friend busy for a few hours.

Pontcysyllte Aqueduct

This world heritage site is over 250 years old and offers amazing views from the towpath. Popular with dog walkers, cyclists and families, this is a walk for the whole family, there is also lovely cafe at the end of the walk and a nice pub where you can grab something to eat after your walk.

Where to eat in Wrexham with your dog

The Boathouse

The pawfect place to stop for lunch after walking someone’s dog in Wrexham. Your pup will be welcomed with open arms and provided with water while you tuck into some delicious home cooked food. Doggy diners have their own separate area and staff are happy to welcome pups inside whether they are muddy and wet, or dry and fluffy!

Nags Head

Pups will be treated to water bowls and dog biscuits on arrival so it’s clear to see why this place is popular with both locals and visitors. Pups are welcome to dine with you inside and there is a great selection of food and drink options for two legged friends too!

Griffin Inn Pub

If you’re a dog sitter in Wrexham looking for a lovely friendly place to stop for lunch then this is a great option. They have a big jar of tasty treats on the bar if your pup has been pawticularly well behaved. As well as having a great menu, they also have a dog friendly camping site with lots of pup friendly open fields, if you wanted to extend your stay.

Plant Yr Ochain

Filled with quaint furnishings and a lovely roaring log fire, this is a great little gastropub which also boasts a pretty beer garden with views of a small lake and some lovely lunch options. Pups will be given lots of fuss as well as water and some wagtastic treats. If you’re looking for somewhere quiet to enjoy the beautiful surroundings with your furry friend then this is a great option.

Local vets in Wrexham

Daleside Vets

It’s always nice to know where your nearest vet is located when looking after someone’s dog in Wrexham. Offering a range of services from pet protection and insurance to emergency care as well as standard consultations. Appointments can be booked over the phone or online.

Rhyd Broughton

Offering services from microchipping, vaccinations to neutering and general pet care advice, this vet is open Monday - Sunday so you can be sure that your pup is in good hands. They also run a obesity clinic to help with pet weight gain, as well as a senior dog and cat clinic to help keep older pets in tip top condition.

Pet shops in Wrexham

Pets at Home

Pawsibly the most famous pet shop, Pets at Home is a great place to visit if your pup has been particularly well behaved. Whether you’re looking for a new harness and lead or would like a toy or some treats, Pets at Home has you covered. Your pup is also welcome to join you in store so he can sniff out his own treat which is pretty pawsome!

M&L Pets World

Open seven days a week, this independent pet shop stocks a range of food, treats bedding accessories, cages and lots more. You can also get your pup groomed while you’re here so you can be sure that your pup is looking as wagtastic as possible!

Join BorrowMyDoggy

BorrowMyDoggy connects dog owners with local volunteer borrowers for walks, holiday care and dog sitting. It’s simple, affordable and safe.

All members take our safety checks before connecting and membership includes access to a 24/7 Vet line and accident and third-party liability insurance.

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