According to Marianna Benko, co-founder and chief communications officer of Paws Like Me, “We’re really trying to have people understand that a German shepherd can be different from another German shepherd based on each dog’s personality…
We’re encouraging people to look at pets that are rescued in a new light.
Some of the smaller organizations have trouble connecting to a wide audience.” Right now, the website only features dogs, but the crew behind Paws Like Me does want to branch out into matching cats, and even horses.
But for right now, the expressiveness and clear personality of dogs makes it a perfect match for a service that quickly and effectively gives dogs owners that match their temperament.
Paws Like Me expanded to all of America the following month.
Paws Like Me’s first and most crucial service is connecting interested users in shelter dogs or rescues, which it facilitates as a middleman and takes no profit from these transactions.
Not to mention 3ndr, which allows users to set up threesomes.
But with Tindog, we'd argue that the Tinderisation of modern life is almost complete. Perhaps someone will come up with a dating app for gay dog owners, called Grrrrindr.
You can always kid yourself that you're signing up to improve your pet's social life, not yours.
Just like Tinder, however, it's likely to be full of individuals with questionable levels of housetraining.
With pooches being banned from several city parks, where do they find a mate?
Fret not, for the internet has an answer to that as well.
In many ways, picking a pet is a lot like picking the love of your life – it’s necessary to find someone with a compatible personality, interests, and an attitude you can get along well with.