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8 Facts You Should Know About Dating A Dog Lover

February 13, 2017

You may have dated a DOG LOVER at some point in your life, but if you haven’t been fortunate enough to meet a date who is a POOCH LOVER, then it is never too late to start getting ready. It can sometimes seem weird or crazy what goes on between a dog lover and their four-legged best friend, but trust me it all makes sense to us, and don’t try to tell us otherwise.

 

Our furry baby is our family, and we share an UNCONDITIONAL bond and LOVE. It is a one-for-all-and-all-for-one affair with us dog-lovers. If you find yourself dating a dog-lover it is wise to know these few things about us, so you don’t get unnecessarily jealous or shocked by what transpires between our lovely pooch and us. 

 

1. We are ready for commitment

 

We dog lovers aren’t afraid to give our all when in a relationship. Think about it we already have a cuddly pet we are willing to spend the rest of our lives with, how hard can it be committing to a long-term relationship? We treasure the essence of a relationship and LISTEN TO OUR HEARTS, not our heads.

 

2. We can get our hands dirty when needed

 

As a dog lover, you get to clean up after your cutie-pie on a daily basis; it is part of the relationship WE SIGNED UP FOR. What can be messier than cleaning a doggie’s pop? We are ready for whatever mess that comes up in the relationship. We are not afraid to get our hands dirty.

 

 

3. We are intoned with our inner side

 

Uh! Here is the thing; we dog-lovers can be VERY SENSITIVE at times. We know when you are sad, happy, worried or distant. We can feel the energy vibrating from you. It's not a big surprise as we spend so much time with our NON-VERBAL LOVERS. We count greatly on BODY LANGUAGE AND FACIAL EXPRESSIONS to depict what emotions you may be going through.