SO IT'S MORE OF A SUPPORT SYSTEM
Any time you need a hand you know you have people you can count on to take care of your dog like you would. This is why you'll often hear us call it a support system. Fundamentally we think regular life gets a lot nicer if we help each other out. We don't need to do it all ourselves. And our dogs can have way more fun.
There’s so much possibility, if only we could connect. That’s where we come in!
PICK ONE OR BOTH
2 ways to identify & connect
1. You're a human with a dog who needs a hand sometimes / regularly.
You want your dog(s) to have the best day but you have lots to do / things come up & you don’t have a ton of disposable $$$ to spend getting help, if you can even get it.
— OR —
2. You're a human who wants to hang out with dogs / happy to help neighbours.
You want to spend time with dogs just b/c you love dogs & not to craft a side gig. Or maybe you want to find friends for your dog/ help your neighbours / make a bit of pocket $.
☝️ Paige & Jason with foxy Nico. When asked what they'd say if a neighbour asked for a hand, Paige said she'd be honoured if someone thought of her. So what stops us from asking for help? Let's get to doing something nice.
HOW IT WORKS IN 3 STEPS
1. Someone asks for a hand w/ their dog. 2. Someone else says they'll help. 3. Rinse, repeat.
☝️ Melissa & Chris at home in Corktown w/ Toto (left) and Howie, both adopted from the Toronto Humane Society. These humans have busy jobs ft. long days. They could use a hand, like all of us!