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Whereas cat lovers were a little bit more aloof in their relationships".
The survey involved 1,407 dog owners and 86% of them reported that they used their pet as their screensaver rather than anything else in their life.It was taken by a dating website, Match.com, and it involved 1,057 single Canadians who are currently using its online services.According to psychotherapist Kimberly Moffit, who described the survey results for Match.com, whether you are a dog lover, cat lover, or do not own pets at all, has a significant effect on your dating behavior and your attitude toward interpersonal relationships.In addition 45% said that they always use a picture of their pet in their social media profile.90% of these dog owners admitted that they take more pictures of their pet than of their partners.The cat lovers seem to make less of an effort to sustain a relationship in other ways as well, for example they were less likely to call back after a date.
Moffit believes that we may be biased toward some of these behaviors because of what we pick up from our relationships with our pet partners.
reviewing my own personal history and calling a couple of dog-owning women. “But for women with a dog, I think guys may see that and feel like, holy crap, this girl is ready to have babies and settle down. And I think that might be scary for them.” When I first started dating my husband, he was definitely not thrilled about my dog, Maggie, and he was REALLY not psyched at the prospect of living with her.
Deborah Ben-Moshe, a single District resident and proud owner of Georgie, a 3-year-old mixed breed pup, told me that she’s hopelessly charmed by guys who are into her dog. Flash-forward two years, and he now regularly serenades her and tucks her into her bed like a child. And do you really want to waste your time with a guy who is spooked by a dog anyway?
However we now have two new surveys which reflect on both of those issues.
The first survey was taken by Direct Line Pet Insurance and K9 Media.
It seems as if we can't go for more than a month or two without somebody coming up with a new survey looking at the way that we feel about our dogs and the way we relate to them on a day-to-day basis.