Now, unless you’ve been living in a Nepalese nunnery, you are probably already aware of the proliferation of dating services accessible by telephone, on the internet, and through various print media.What you may not know is that there are a growing number of organizations and companies specifically devoted to connecting single dog lovers with like-minded individuals who are just as pooch-crazy as you are."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.
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.
When shopping around for a new suitor, several potential deal breakers immediately come to mind.
The person you’re chatting with online could have a criminal record, be a registered sex offender, or even still be married!
"It is important to find someone who understands that and eventually wouldn't mind helping out with some of the responsibilities."One solution to the "must-love-dogs-dilemma" is to meet other pet owners — and Relucio is committed to helping people do just that.