Holidog, a London-based online dog and cat boarding site which is behind the app, describe it as an opportunity to "chat to, share photos with and meet other dog lovers in your area" and as "the first application that both dogs and dog owners love equally".
Holidog founder Julien Muller said recently: “Dogs bring so much joy and love, that they really have the power to connect us.
These days, there’s a Meetup for just about everything, which means if you want to go to a bi-weekly corgi sweater walk around your city’s lake, there’s probably already a group that does that.
you have finally found someone that you think could be “the one.” They’re smart, funny, have a great smile — and they happen to have a dog.
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(Phoenix) –Pet Smart Charities, the nation’s leader in pet adoptions, and Match, the world’s largest dating website, have teamed up to reveal what pet-loving singles want when searching for a two-legged companion.
Our website offers numerous interesting and comfortable approaches for our members to meet and get to know each other.
Don’t deny it: 98% of the time when you’re walking your dog around your favorite neighborhood park, you’re secretly daydreaming about getting your leash tangled with that cute dog walker comin’ your way.
The key is knowing how to successfully introduce your adopted pet into a budding relationship and to make your pet a priority in your dating life.” Below are highlights from the “Truth about Pets and Dating” survey, including: · Pet Adoption is Hot: 59 percent of singles agree that finding out your date had adopted rather than bought their pet would make them seem more attractive.
· Bark Off: 66 percent of men and women would not date someone who didn’t like pets.