Dating with dog lovers
I’ve got a fur baby myself, so I can understand what it’s like to want to date someone who feels the same way about animals.
Today, we’re giving a pat on the head to these 17 awesome dating sites that also give you a lot of bang for your buck (or no buck, that is).
Whether you’re in New York or Miami or Chicago, Dig will show you and your match all of the bars, parks, restaurants, and museums in your area that allow dogs. As online dating proliferated along with a huge uptick in dog ownership among single Millennials in the United States, the makers of Tindog wanted to create an app that could fulfill the social needs of humans and their dogs.
Dig also features daily deals for dog-related products and services, so in addition to looking for a partner in crime, you can also be informed about the latest ways to care for your pup. For this app, your profile includes some information about you, but mostly it’s about your dog.
The best way to meet people is by building community, and if you bring your Great Dane to a community full of Great Danes and their parents, there’s a good chance you’ll come out of there with a new best friend—or maybe something more.
The important thing is that you’re connecting with fellow dog lovers and bonding over the joy your pups bring to your lives.
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You don’t just have to filter by animal lovers, though.
You can also filter profiles by location, age, gender, sexual orientation, education, religion, ethnicity, appearance, and hobbies.
Founded by New Orleans sisters Casey and Leigh Isaacson, the idea for a dog person’s dating app was born after Casey went on a date in New York with someone who wouldn’t let her dog into their apartment.
That was obviously a deal breaker and made her realize that sharing a love for dogs was a top dating priority.