Note: A forthcoming Pet Tales column will feature readers’ choice dog-friendly restaurants.
This allows the user to share the dog’s history in addition to the types of dogs both human and canine get along with best.
With an estimated 40 million singles using online dating and more than one-third of relationships resulting in marriage, a lot of potential romances are riding with that initial click of a mouse.
That can make the first face-to-face meeting a nerve-racking endeavor, but double-dating with your dog is a great ice-breaker.
Rotonda offers three ideas for a howling good time.
Dog beaches and parks: The dog-loving Bay Area certainly isn’t lacking for dog-friendly parks and beaches.
From Marin County’s Muir Beach and the scenic Marin Headlands to San Francisco’s Crissy Field, Fort Funston and Ocean Beach, taking leisurely strolls and watching dogs frolic may ease the way for a blossoming romance. Dog-friendly bars and restaurants: Whether love blooms over a hot dog, corn dog or sleeping dog, everyone loves to eat and soon, thanks to Gov.Jerry Brown, you will be able to do so with Fido at your feet. 1, that will make it legal to bring dogs to restaurants (outdoor dining only), so expect more establishments to be setting a place for pups.Throughout the history of dating, pickup lines have ranged from the cheesy “What’s your sign? The Safety Harbor, Fla., resident and his girlfriend, Denise Fernandez, are the co-founders of You Must Love Dogs Dating ( an online dating service that, as the title infers, uses a love for dogs as the common denominator. ” might be the best line yet for making a love connection — that is, if Kris Rotonda has any say.“If you really want to get to know someone you’re dating, then have them meet your cherished live-in companion, your dog — or, in my case, dogs,” said the 27-year old Rotonda, who has four.In an e-mail interview, he said the idea for the site came about when his last relationship ended.