While the survey showed that 60% of Canadians think that owning any pet at all makes someone more attractive, dogs were crowned the best of the best.
In fact, 73% of those attracted to pet owners admit that they’re most likely to go dotty for someone who has a dog.
Consider someone telling you, “You can’t sing.” It’s very likely that you really can sing; virtually everyone can sing.
It’s clear the accuser has a specific definition of “sing” in mind, and, in his opinion, you don’t measure up.
Just in time for Love Your Pet Day on the 20th Feb, our new survey of 600 Canadians has revealed that nearly two-thirds of singles (60%) think owning a pet can make someone more attractive¹ – and that owning a dog makes you the most attractive of all.
Not only that, the way someone treats their pets might just indicate how caring they will be as a partner... It might be time to get a dog: our latest user survey has revealed that Canadian singles think that dog owners are extra attractive.
Within her less than prepared state, Sarah does go along with meeting men by the means offered to her.
Beyond especially her female siblings, Sarah is given unique perspectives on the whole issue of dating and commitment by her father, Bill, who is exploring dating after losing who was the love of his life in Sarah's mother...
My article, “But I Still Love Him,” offers insights about how often people cling to the marriage because they are scared of change or loss, not because the spouse’s qualities bring great things to the relationship.
The notion of what qualities you want in a partner is the key to relationship success.
Preschool teacher Sarah Nolan, divorced for eight months, is still grieving the end of her marriage.