But, you say, you already know the humans at the local dog park, and while you’ve finally managed to remember some of their names (not just their dogs’ names) and have even set up some doggie play dates, not a person among them is anyone youwould date. You’ve realized that if someone’s not a dog person, they are simply not romantic material.
The last person you were with couldn’t deal with dog hair on the furniture or your pup’s cold nose thrust under the covers to remind everyone that it was time for his A. Never fear: creative singles services and modern technology are making it possible for you to meet other dog lovers outside the scope of your daily neighbourhood jaunts.
The group is hosting the first in a series of dating events called "Meet My Owner," a singles mixer for pet owners.
"There has already been a lot of demand for the event."Relucio said she has nearly 20 people registered for the mixer, which will take place in the back room of Park Slope Ale House at 356 6th Ave. But this event is not the end of the line for meeting single dog lovers. There's no reason to feel shy about approaching another dog owner in that setting, Relucio said.
DNAinfo New York rounded up a list of tips and resources for singles looking to meet their dog-loving soul mates. "In fact, dog conversations are expected at the dog park," she added.2. This is a great way to move the relationship out of the park — and other dog owners understand the importance of finding playmates for their dogs.
Seriously, the Internet has changed the world, and we are proud to be part of that change!
In the past, people were lucky to find a few people nearby who might share the same interests, and maybe there were enough to form a club that would meet once a week, or once a month.
Not if you enlist the help of that four-legged canine cupid bouncing around your feet.