I'll put in a bit of research if enough ladies seem interested.So RSVP going and I'll have a look around to see what I can find. An alternative to online dating - lets get outdoors and have some fun with our furry friends. An opportunity to connect and socialise with other single Doggy loving people for walks, seaside adventures, park walking, romping on the downs, coffee, lunch, pub drinking, picnics, stick throwing, muddy puddle jumping and all kinds of fun adventures with our bow wows/doggies/mutts/hounds/furry friends.Now, there’s a dating site specifically geared toward those who love dogs.Hotdiggiddy, the new "Social Dating Site" for Dog Lovers, is centered around the idea that those who care for dogs are usually warm, loving, and responsible people.
The survey also found that a great place to make the most of this attraction boost is online: 63% of singles say it’s extra attractive when a person’s dating profile photo includes a pet.
"Have you ever invited someone over for a visit and as soon as they walked in the door your dog immediately reacted to them? Well, we have time and again,” said Scott Murray, CEO of Hotdiggiddy.
“We find that the people who our dogs like are usually people who we can trust and get along with; even if they are not dog owners themselves.
Just in time for Love Your Pet Day on the 20th Feb, our new survey of 1000 UK singles has revealed that over half (57%) think owning a pet can make someone more attractive¹ – and that owning a dog makes you the most attractive of all.
Not only that, the way someone treats their pets might just indicate how caring they will be as a partner... It might be time to get a dog: our latest user survey has revealed that UK singles think that dog owners are extra attractive.