The new Hot Diggiddy app and website provide you with all the options you need in your search for that one, true love!Joseph Czikk previously has written for the National Post, Montreal Gazette, Vancouver Sun, Regina Leader Post, Techvibes and BC Business Online.All dog owners know the power of unconditional love.
90% of these dog owners admitted that they take more pictures of their pet than of their partners.
Some 72% said that they take pictures of their dog weekly, and nearly a third of them (31%) said that they take pictures of their pet virtually every day.
The first survey was taken by Direct Line Pet Insurance and K9 Media.
It suggests that dog owners prefer looking at their pets rather than at their partners, at least when it comes to screensavers and profile pictures.
If you’re looking for a little romance, you may discover there is a dating service right there at the end of your leash! Deborah Wood, author of The Dog Lovers Guide to Dating: Using Cold Noses to Find Warm Hearts, told Dogs Life that dogs have been bringing people together in a variety of situations for years.
People can see your gentle, warmer side when you’re with your dog, a side they don’t necessarily see in other social situations, Wood said.
If avoiding crowds and cruising the countryside on horseback is your scene, then Equestrian Cupid is right up your alley.
Maybe you’ve just always wanted a horse, but were too afraid to actually pull the trigger and buy one (because seriously horses are a lot of work).
When shopping around for a new suitor, several potential deal breakers immediately come to mind.