Woof! Woof! It's the June BorrowMyDoggy Newsletter.If you can’t read this email you can
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June has been full of treats and went by quicker than two shakes of a puppy’s tail. We were so happy to introduce our first ever iPhone app and couldn’t believe our puppy luck when the Google pack created a video about the BorrowMyDoggy story. We also took a peek at our community’s most popular breeds... any guesses?
Please do keep your suggestions and feedback coming, as we love to make your BorrowMyDoggy experience as pawsome as pawsible.
Wishing you all a wagnificent Friday and weekend!
BorrowMyDoggy iPhone app
Now you can sniff out local matches, message members and keep track of your activity on-the-go. Download it for free now in the iTunes store.
Top 5 Breeds
Curious to know the most popular dog breeds on BorrowMyDoggy? We were, so we did some sniffing around.
Making a difference and leaving 'Pawprints of Happiness' is BorrowMyDoggy’s measure of success. Google created a little video to help us share the story.
BorrowMyDoggy is so much help for both people and dogs... Cooper is very happy and he just loves making new friends. Owner Gema and Cooper
I started looking after Mr Wigglesworth just before university got really hectic and having him with me was such a relief... I feel so blessed that Soffia and Rob chose me. Borrower Alex and Mr Wigglesworth
We’ve received lots of wonderful woofs in the press this month, so a big high paws to everyone who mentioned us. Here are a few of June's highlights, click on the logos to read more.
From a pooch who takes World Cup excitement to a whole new level to a baby's hilarious amusement at watching a pooch eat popcorn... all this and more in June’s pupdates.
Want a teaser? We’re more than happy to oblige.
Doggy of the month
Meg is bright, energetic and very obedient. She loves meeting new people, so once you’re friends she’ll definitely let you know just how much she loves you by asking for plenty of tummy rubs.
Borrower of the month
Favourite breed:Border Collies (since matching with and looking after Meg!)
Our family dog is a Springer Spaniel, but I’ve also looked after a Dachshund and I like dogs of all sizes.
“I’m a huge animal lover and I pride myself on being responsible, caring and trustworthy.”