Many pet social networks not only provide forums, resources, and expert help, but they also provide owners with the ability to showcase their pets by developing pet profiles, creating groups, exchanging photos and videos.
Furthermore, many of these networks have introduced gaming to increase the interaction, fun and benefits for their membership.
Just like Tinder, however, it's likely to be full of individuals with questionable levels of housetraining.
You might even say it brings a whole new meaning to the word 'dogging'.
Simply browse the images of pooches and their owners in your vicinity, and then swipe right on the one you think might be worthy of a doggy date.
You can always kid yourself that you're signing up to improve your pet's social life, not yours.
Pet-owners naturally conjugate- whether it is because of their daily walks, or for pet-shows, or for just comparing notes- this community is very passionate about their pets!
Many dating sites cater to religious, cultural and political preferences, but won't focus as heavily on interests like pets, music or travel, said Karen North, a professor of social media at the University of Southern California's Annenberg School of Journalism.If two people like each other’s pictures they are put in touch.I had never done any sort of internet dating before – and the idea of Tindog both scared and interested me.As a way of meeting new friends and potential suitors it seemed pretty risk-free and certainly preferable to traditional dating sites and evening meet-ups in bars and restaurants. Lots of people sign up simply looking for friendship and dog-walking companions.And it’s proving popular – the UK is the fourth biggest user of the app worldwide. Friends who were old hands at internet dating instructed me not to use my real name, not to use a photo that was anywhere else on the web and not to give away too much about myself.