Heart-warming stories from the BorrowMyDoggy community about leaving 'Pawprints of Happiness' on the lives of dogs and people.
BorrowMyDoggy has helped us through a difficult family time. Our borrower helps so Simba still receives all the walks he needs.
My circumstances changed and I was living on my own so I thought BorrowMyDoggy would be a great way to get Batman looked after.
Last summer when we arrived in London, we really needed some help walking Max and Josie as we both work full time.
I used to take Cherry to work and then my landlord announced she was no longer allowed to be there, so BorrowMyDoggy has been a saving grace.
When I got Leo, my circumstances changed. It used to be a struggle, but BorrowMyDoggy has been a life saver.
I joined because I’m not able to walk my dogs and if I was going to keep them, they needed to be walked - it’s allowed me to keep my dogs.
I signed up to BorrowMyDoggy because I was pregnant and I knew that I needed a bit of help with such an active dog.
I started borrowing Prince when he was 9 months old and then his owner then gave him to me when he was just over 1 year - I’ve adopted him!
I joined BorrowMyDoggy as a borrower... Then I ended up living with Churro’s owner and then getting another puppy who we are now also looking for borrowers for
Bertie was my son’s dog, so when my son left home, I was left with Bertie. I was going to have to leave him for work and I was worried.
I signed up because I was pregnant and I knew I was going to struggle with giving Dusty the walks he needs.
I’d just moved to the area and was worried I wouldn’t always be able to be there for Charlie. I signed up to BorrowMyDoggy, and that’s how we found June.
We moved here from Italy, and I don’t get to spend as much time with my dog, Viola, anymore, so I needed some help.
We were new to London and didn’t have family or friends to leave the dogs with when we were going away.