Tindog app helps animal lovers get their paws on other singletons

If your mutt is lonely, the app will help find it some friends

Entertainment Desk July 04, 2015
If your mutt is lonely, the app will help find it some friends. Photo: cleo

Are you an animal lover that's sick of dating dirty dogs and filthy hounds? Then perhaps it's time to look for love using a new matchmaking app hailed as "Tinder for dog owners", reported Mirror. 

The hook-up app is called TinDog - which probably shouldn't surprise anyone - and allows dog people to meet other animal fans or even introduce their pets to each other.

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"Talk about your dogs," the app's French creators ordered.

"You will be able to spend millions of hours talking about your buddy."

If you're worried about swiping right on someone who turns out to be barking, you can skip humanity altogether and just look at pictures of dogs.

If your mutt is lonely, the app will help find it some friends, whilst if it's you that's feeling a little lonely, you can probably get your paws on its owners.

Tinder has had an explosive effect on the dating app scene, inviting singletons to flick through potential lovers as if they were perusing a book of curtain swatches.

Since its arrival, a number of apps have taken influence from its swiping mechanic, leading to the creation of services like Whiplr, which is like Tinder, but for for bondage lovers.

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Other Tinder-style apps include 3nder, Blonk, a job app, and Seamso, which allows fashion lovers to buy dresses by swiping right.


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