Dating site for people who like dogs
You can also click a little information icon to bring up the dog's profile (their name, age, how far away they are, when they were last active, and an "About me" section). In a last-ditch, desperate effort, we took to the streets. There's something infinitely cheering about scrolling through dog after grinning dog, even if they don't want to match with you. There's also some information about the owner and their picture, if they've chosen to upload this. We wanted to find out if Tindog was light on active dogs, or if the dogs just weren't interested. “We’ve had a great reception," said Tindog CEO Julien Muller. Unfortunately none of these three made the cut (Edie isn't a fan of fancy dress which ruled out Capitaine and Izo, and Sufi was quite clearly not a dog at all). We all know dogs give unconditional love, but did you know they can help us find love too?
The app asks for your dog's age, sex, and breed – we hit an initial snag when we tried to enter "Spaniel/Jack Russell cross" and were told it wasn't a valid breed, but we settled for "Mongrel" in the end and although Edie was a bit miffed she cheered up when it was time to choose a profile picture. Tindog works in a similar way to its human inspiration; you're shown a series of "profiles" (or in this case a load of different dog photos) and you swipe left if you're not interested and right if you like what you see. A lot of Tinder's popularity seems to stem from how easy it is to use, and Tindog has definitely recreated that. There will be dogs out there who want to match with you, we know there will. Nobody matches after only a day on these things, do they? LONDON — It might sound like an odd thing to say, but for too long there's been a hairy, dog-shaped hole in the world of online dating.There are plenty of places to go if you're feeling lonely and want to meet people, but what if it's your dog that's feeling lonely?What if Rover wants to make some new dog buddies to chase sticks in the park with, or Fido wants to find that special someone with whom he can share long, tail-wagging beachside walks?Well luckily this is the Internet, and if there's enough demand for something (or, let's face it, even if there's absolutely no demand at all), someone will eventually invent it.
People also perceive you as a kinder, nicer person.