Do dogs attract the opposite sex

Today, people have such busy lives that finding a person of the opposite sex to hang out with is not easy. Yes, there are those matching people websites, but many of us do not like blind dates. After all, is everything they say about themselves absolutely true? Going to bars is another way to meet people but you run the risk of meeting those who imbibe too much. So what about a dog?  We love our furry friends and they bring us much comfort and love in return. But what about the perk they bring of attracting the opposite sex? After reading several blogs about this, I have come up with some interesting and some tongue -in -cheek insights from male and female dog owners.  The following are helpful hints for women;

  • Any dog too large to fit in a handbag attracts men
  • Little dogs are more likely to attract little children
  • Macho dogs like German Shepards are definite man-magnets
  • Be aware that some men view female dog owners as single moms and not as available for overnights
  • Usually other dog owners who stop to chat are old men or are in long term relationships, so look for the tell-tale ring
  • Single men with dogs show they can commit to something

And for the men;

  • Any size poodles attract women but they may think you are married or poufy
  • 3-legged dogs are female sympathy sponges
  • Great big dogs attract women who like macho men or horses
  • Dogs that don’t drool attract women
  • Dogs that drool are liked by women who regard sweaty men as manly
  • Clean and well-groomed dogs appeal more than their scruffy or dirty counterparts
  • Medium-sized curly haired white dogs are cuddle-loving female magnets

Dog parks are a great place to meet the opposite sex. Remember, dog owners like to talk about their own dogs so ask lots of questions. That way you can find out more about the owner as well. Then, when leaving the dog park, casually remark that you will be back at the same time tomorrow and see if he or she returns. That is a good sign that a connection was made!

2 Responses to Do dogs attract the opposite sex

  1. I do agree with all of the ideas you have presented in your post. They’re very convincing and will certainly work. Still, the posts are too short for starters. Could you please extend them a little from next time? Thanks for the post.

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