Even a man who loved animals as much as she did couldn’t keep up with her dog’s quirks.On their first date, her Chihuahua, Hubbell, stole the man’s breakfast as they drove from New York City to Long Island. “I still wonder if Hubbell didn’t have something to do with that,” said Pelzer, 47, an actress who runs her own social media company and met the man on Pets You can download Dig free on Google Play and the App Store.
Meaning, Match has more animal lovers all in one place than practically every other dating site.
You don’t just have to filter by animal lovers, though.
“That was the last time we were together,” Pelzer said.
The Scoop: Dig is a one-of-a-kind dating app designed to cater to the interests of dog lovers in the dating market.
You can also filter profiles by location, age, gender, sexual orientation, education, religion, ethnicity, appearance, and hobbies.
You may now see our list and photos of women who are in your area and meet your preferences.“Dogs on first dates are amazing icebreakers,” said Kris Rotonda, who started up the site last year that now has 2 million members.“You find out right off the bat how everyone in a relationship will fit in.” But other veterans of the dating-service industry say focusing on a canine connection only adds an extra hurdle to finding love.Approximately, 68% of US households own a pet, pet owners are often seen as more attractive, and 86% of people would break up with someone if he or she didn’t like their dog.I’ve got a fur baby myself, so I can understand what it’s like to want to date someone who feels the same way about animals.“If you find somebody with the same lifestyle passion, you don’t have to start out at square one,” North said.