Meeting another dog lover takes the typical first date awkwardness right out of the equation since there's instantly something to talk about. We love our animals, we treat them well, and we want them to be happy. Everyone wants to find someone with whom they can explore love, romance, and all the great things that come with both. But when it comes to actually finding someone to make that connection with, even the best dating sites often don’t live up to their billing.And if you both bring your dogs on your first date, then the focus can be shared with the dogs and not 100% on an potentially awkward situation (since we all know how that can go). Online dating sites tell you that with just a few questions answered on their online forms, you’ll find the magical person for you. Making everything more complicated is the fact that there is a crop of new dating sites out there, including dating apps, that are really nothing more than hookup apps or sites.
Our website is built on the idea that there is no one in the world who knows you better than your faithful furry companion, and armed with this crucial insight into your personality, you and someone else can make the most informed decision about who is best for you.
Good people should never be forced to pick between what they want and the well-being of their pets, even though people are forced to do just that every day.
We’ve all known someone who had to give up their beloved dog because they were moving, and either there was no way for their pet to make such a long trip, or the place to which that person was moving was one where there wasn’t room, or where pets weren’t allowed, or there was some other circumstance that forced the human being to leave their furry friend behind. The only thing more heartbreaking that being forced to give up your pet for logistical, financial, or social reasons is having that pet taken from you...
We are nothing more or less than a means to make a connection with another person by using the best possible indicator of compatibility: Your beloved pet.
Who better to judge whether someone is good for you than your dog, your cat, or whatever other pet you have in your life?