“It can be complicated with required home visits and letters from landlords, which is a process you often have to go through before you even meet a dog and know its a match.” Considering how many positive responses a guy who posed as a dog on Tinder got, the real thing will probably grow pretty popular.After all, who wouldn’t want to swipe through cute dogs instead of people?If you’re a woman looking for a good man, however, your options may be pretty limited, even among other pet owners.Finally, finding someone who loves pets — and is everything else you’re hoping for in a partner — is more complicated than just browsing a doggy dating website.Unfortunately, many pet-centric dating sites share user content with other more general sites, so profiles are not always pet specific — which means you could still be matched up with someone who doesn’t feel the same way you do about your pets.In addition, dating sites tend to have a larger number of female users, which can be a bonus if you’re a guy. A 2005 study by Biz Rate Research found that nearly three in four women said they were more likely to date or marry someone who also has a pet. The good news is there are several websites devoted to matching up like-minded dog lovers. Motto: “The place for pet lovers”Cost: Free Animal Attraction is top dog among dating sites dedicated to dog lovers and boasts more than 100,000 members.
“There are 250,000 dogs in the database, and we are open to talking to any shelter about joining us,” Werdelin says.
But don’t worry, Bark Buddy isn’t for creepy breeding purposes.
(There was actually a Kickstarter for a dog-breeds-with-dog matchmaking app that only raised 7 out of a ,0000 goal).
Here’s how it works: The first step is downloading the app, currently only available on i Phone, and listing your preferences of dog size, age, and gender.
Then location-based tracking finds dogs in your area, and a bunch of different dogs, looking for love, come on screen.