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03/19/2012 21:07:03 PM by K.T.Riffic   Send Message to K.T.Riffic  3395  views, category: Pet pack life, Pet secrets for humans view all blogs


Are you looking for someone who can compete with your dog? Finding a date, and a potential human mate, can be daunting. Sometimes, having a dog can even make or break a relationship. Dating websites have grown in popularity over the past few years and some have started to specialize in specific topics.

This is especially true for dog owners. As dog owners know, only other dog owners understand the love, affection, and responsibility that comes from having a dog. If you are looking for a date with someone who shares your love for dogs, it is a good idea to try the specialized dating websites, such as the one's discussed in Dating Services For Pet Owners.

Do you have a dog?
It is a natural topic of discussion for pet owners. When you meet someone, you start talking about the weather, how traffic was getting there, what you do for a living, and maybe where did you go to school.

Then you start to get a little more personal. Maybe one of you starts by telling the other what the dog did to the shirt you were going to wear or how the dog hated that you were leaving for a date tonight.

Whatever the story, the topic always seems to come up with true dog lovers.

Why having a dog makes a difference
If you have a dog, you know how amazing they are. If you love them and treat them right (or even if you don’t), they will love you forever. There is a bond that dogs and humans share that is like no other relationship in the world. Only other dog owners can understand this.

Since so many people consider their dogs to be part of their families, it is important that their potential partners are able to fit into that relationship.

Judging a person on how they treat their dog
The first time you see a person with their dog, you may notice certain behavior.

If a person is flat out yelling and getting frustrated with their dog, it may signal an anger issue.

However, if that person is pleading or begging with their dog, they do not have control. Not being able to gain control over a dog is an indication of how they might be in other relationships.

If a person is firm and commanding when giving their dog commands, this typically means they know what they are doing with their pet and have spent time training and bonding with their dog. Someone who has control over their dog knows that they can be a leader and a friend. Keeping those two roles in unison is very important in other relationships, such as parents and children. If you are looking for someone to potentially have children with in the long run, this sort of relationship is preferred over the other two.

Read more about pets and dating here:

Dating Tips For Pet Lovers
Pet Etiquette with Your Boyfriend/Girlfriend

About the author: Kayleigh has always loved animals and has spent time volunteering at the local dog shelter. The love of her life is her four year old Rottweiler, Lizzie. She enjoys writing for since it combines her love of animals with one of her favor... more >>

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