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“I really welcome this new app as it gives us more chances to find our pets new owners and a new home, and that means we can then help other dogs still on the streets,” Reklaityte said.
Just in time for Love Your Pet Day on the 20th Feb, our new survey of 600 Canadians has revealed that nearly two-thirds of singles (60%) think owning a pet can make someone more attractive¹ – and that owning a dog makes you the most attractive of all.
He wanted me download a photo of me ‘hanging out ‘ to him. They were trying to get into my phone to access my bank account information!
He didn’t care what the picture was of he just wanted me to download it to him.
When I backed off with Stephen and Jack, I found Alex and his dog Peanut.
While the survey showed that 60% of Canadians think that owning any pet at all makes someone more attractive, dogs were crowned the best of the best.
Some of us will swipe right on just about anyone who works in a certain industry, while others won’t risk passing up the chance to match with someone who says they’re “looking for a relationship,” and some of us will swipe right on anyone with the same name as our most recent ex so it’s that much easier to bring them up inappropriately on the first date.
For what seems to be a vast majority of dating app users, however, all it takes to guarantee a right swipe is a profile pic with a dog.
Scrolling down reveals more information about the pup, and those interested can then swipe right. It’s a one-sided situation and the dogs don’t get to have a swiping experience. Gecevicius said the idea came to creators when they saw a stray dog on the street through the window during a computer workshop.
The app only features dogs for now but the plan is to eventually include cats and other animals.
A clever spin on catfishing, in which a dating app user pretends to be someone they’re not, dogfishing is admittedly far less sinister behavior.