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A survey by dog sitting website Dog found that 98% of dog owners say that their partner must get along with their dog and 40% even said that they would bring their dog along on a date with them!
If you are going to encourage your date to bring their dog along when you meet up, you will find that your internet search history becomes overloaded with phrases such as ‘dog-friendly places’ and ‘dog-friendly pubs near me’.
Dating afterward has been even worse: the anxiety of getting ready for a first date, finding the meeting place, introducing yourself, and wondering what to talk about. Going through the whole gallery of Fido’s pictures: not fine. My thought is: Surely the guys on these sites, at these events, and at the dog park can at least tolerate dogs and may even, truthfully, love them. In New York City, small dogs are the norm, as well as pocket-size pooches, so guys here often think that a dog more than 25 pounds is more like a horse and should be approached cautiously. (For reasons unrelated to their dog-loving natures, I no longer date Dan or Steve, though I’m sure they will make some pooches great doggie daddies.) So, what’s my point? And dating when looking for the right doggie daddy (or mommy) for your pooch is even tougher.
I’ve learned these sorts of rules after dating for two-plus years in New York City. Not every guy I’ve dated is skittish around Bunch, and if he is at first, it doesn’t mean it’s a total no-go. And sometimes I wonder if I’ve always been overly harsh when it comes to picking a guy for my dog.
The site also provides users with a free app, which has a location setting to tell users their nearest dog park and will find nearby members who they can meet up with for a walk.
Muddy Matches isn’t specifically designed for dog-lovers, but we have more than our fair-share of dog devotees on the website and more than a few four-legged visitors have crossed the threshold of Muddy Matches HQ over the years (including MM's mascot Morven).Another 2014 study also found out that dogs make people seek out more social contact and interaction.