Would You Sign Up To Borrow My Doggy?

Would You Sign Up To Borrow My Doggy?

Borrow My Doggy is a service where someone will come and walk your dog. Whether you’re busy with work, busy with something else or physically can’t walk the dog, Borrow My Doggy ‘Borrowers’ will take your dog off your hands, walk them and give them attention, then return them when they have finished.

To find ‘pawtential’ dogs to borrow, you will need to sign up and create a profile. This will narrow down ‘pawtential’ doggy matches. The matches are based on your location and when you are available to care for a dog. Once you have found an ideal dog, you will need to verify your details, pay your subscription fee and then contact the dog’s owner to find a suitable time to take the dogs off their hands. From there, you will meet a dog, find out the information about them and if the meet goes well, you will be able to care for the dog, however, if the meet goes Ruff, you may not want to.

To become an owner on the site, it will be £44.99 per year, and to become a borrower, it will be £9.99 per year. When you are an owner or a borrower, you will have access to arrange meets, to find pawtential matches, access to a 24/7 vetline and you will be covered by a third party liability insurance.

Borrow My Doggy have a wide range of dogs, including Golden Retrievers, Poodles and Jack Rustles.

There are over 300,000 members located all over the country.

This site gives the dog owner peace of mind that their dog is getting the right attention and exercise every day. It also gives the borrowers some time to have fun with a dog, if they can’t own one or can’t afford it.

The site will need to verify a member before they can meet and care for a dog. This ensures that the community of people and their dogs will stay safe.

To sign up for for Borrow My Doggy click here. To find out more information click here.

So, would you sign up to Borrow My Doggy and would you be an owner or a borrower?

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