At a dog park or strolling with your dog on a walk you instantly have something to talk about with every interested person you meet.
All you have to do is let your friendly pooch nose up to the good looking girl or guy sitting on a park bench, smile and say, "Look at that, Fido likes you." Now you can introduce your dog and start talking.
The group is hosting the first in a series of dating events called "Meet My Owner," a singles mixer for pet owners.
Participants are asked to first fill out a profile with questions like "What would your pet say about you? " Relucio hopes it will make meeting other pet owners easy and fun."There will be drinks, icebreakers and maybe board games," she said.
pee outings, daily trips to the park — rain or shine — feelings of guilt when you're away from home too long and unconditional love for a furry friend who depends on you for all their needs.
Dating coach Melissa Smith seems to have caught on to this and organizes "Singles, Pets & The Park" events at Dogwood Park in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Smith notes that, "It's one of the number one ways to meet people – bring a pet to a park.
This immediately gives you something in common with everyone else using the service, and it also allows you to make the most of that wonderfully effective ice breaker—your dog.
After all, most dog lovers think nothing of approaching and talking to a total stranger, provided that person is holding the leash of a friendly-looking dog.