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Apparently the way to a person’s heart is through their pets.
A new survey shows that people take their pets very seriously when dating. Apparently, being a dog or cat is a huge benefit in seeking love.
A recent survey found that pet owners in America trust their pets’ judgment when trying to meet someone, reports the Southwest News Service. The results found that pets are more likely to be trusted with friends and family when it comes to relationships.
Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Zesty Paws, a pet care company, the survey asked 2,000 individual Americans how their pets play a role in their dating lives.
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According to the results, 68% of respondents said that their pet has the final say on their dating partners. Similarly, 68% said they trust their pets more than their friends, and a similar amount (67%) said they trust their pets more than family.
Obviously, pets are also good wingmen.
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About two-thirds of respondents said their pet helped them get on a first date. However, the results also indicated that if the first meeting between a pet and a potential romantic partner didn’t go well, there probably wasn’t a second date.
Being rude to a pet was seen as an unforgivable act by around 64% of respondents.
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Respondents also agreed that they found it worse when their pet was mad at them, unlike a boyfriend or girlfriend.
For anyone looking to win a potential friend’s pet, the survey respondents suggested the following methods: scratching behind the ear, giving treats, talking to the pet on a walk, and just being nice.