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Heavy petting online: love me, love my dogs…

February 26, 2007

If you decide to go on a date with somebody you met on the Internet, it’s probably easier to hide the fact that you’re already married than it is to keep pets a secret. There’s hair on everything you wear, you have those sticky lint rollers in your car, and when you dig in your pockets for money you pull out plastic bags for cleaning up after your dog.

So, you may as well be honest about it up front, which is where a new Dutch dating site comes in handy. Inspired by similar sites in the U.S. and Britain, it is specifically aimed at finding a partner who is compatible with your dog, cat, snake or spider.

People can describe themselves and their animals, and when they think they have found someone who also likes their pets, they can contact each other through the Web site. Or they can run the other way, which would probably be the case with my dogs and cats. Here’s the story:
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The kind of big shaggy dog you just might want to warn somebody about in advance…

Comments

“Oh I can’t wait to meet someone who loves dogs as much as I do! My german shepherd will absolutely love you! Just don’t look him directly in the eyes. Or touch me. Or walk into the house…”

Posted by K | Report as abusive
 

how can i get my girl dog to bond with her dog , as she keeps on fightin with him ???

 

about petting: found a nice iphone game,… must laugh about the name,… an this tread :-) important it’s adult but not hard content,… feel free to laugh with me about crazy developers like this :-) http://www.drdigs.com

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