Internet dating pets
According to Today Show.com, new sites such as Match for your dogs to meet other canine friends and Spot Wag, a support service to help you find the best doggy hotel or sitter for when you travel can help man's best friend find love and happiness on the Internet.When I first received a Facebook friend request from Neo Mc Kibben, my friend's therapy dog at Northridge Hospital, it was the first of many pet profiles that arrived in my inbox.The only way to avoid an online romance scam is to be aware of their occurrences and also to know how to spot them before they begin.There once was a time where pet owners could sign up for an online dating site called Date My Pet to express their love for their pets.We schedule neighborhood dog walks, and dress our pets in outfits and booties worth being viewed on Rodeo Drive.Shouldn't our devoted four-legged friends have an opportunity to find love online?
With over 80 percent of Match singles identified as pet lovers, “The Truth about Pets and Dating” survey of 1,000 singles helps connect the dots between dating and pets to give singles a new “leash” on love.
A new survey called “The Truth about Pets and Dating” was recently conducted by Pet Smart Charities and and you might find the results interesting… More than half of single men and women think it’s attractive to adopt a pet from a shelter. The survey was conducted amongst 1,000 singles, with results aiming to reveal what men and women think about singles who own cats and/or dogs.
“This survey has confirmed that pets play a significant role in making or breaking a relationship,” Todd Cramer, senior programs manager at Pet Smart Charities, said in a news release.
As one in ten pets now has a social media profile, it's no wonder that these niche dating and social networking sites are popping up on the Internet.
Neo now has 264 friends and a relationship status of "It's Complicated." Neo graduated in 2005 from Therapy Dogs Inc.