Tinder-style dating app for dog lovers will be rolled out in the US after success in Miami

Tinder-style dating app for dog owners to find romance with each other is rolled out across America after proving popular in Atlanta, Miami and San Francisco

  • The app will be rolled out from the end of June to cities, including Denver and Dallas
  • The goal is to help dog lovers avoid dates with people who don't accept dogs
  • And the Tinder-like app even suggests the correct dates for its members
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A dating app for dog lovers has taken the US by storm – with the intention of holding more launch events across the country.

Dig, a Tinder-like platform, has already been activated in cities such as Austin, Atlanta, Miami and San Francisco, but will be rolled out to others, including Denver and Dallas at the end of June.

The new twist on online dating comes in the midst of a growing stream of specific matching apps, with sites specifically targeted at Trump voters and Ivy League students coming up in recent weeks.

Dig, a Tinder-style app platform, has conquered cities such as Austin, Atlanta, Miami and San Francisco

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Dig, a Tinder-style app platform, has conquered cities such as Austin, Atlanta, Miami and San Francisco

But it is now being rolled out across the country, including Denver and Dallas from the end of June

But it is now being rolled out across the country, including Denver and Dallas from the end of June

But it is now being rolled out across the country, including Denver and Dallas from the end of June

It is delivered amid a growing stream of specific matching apps, with sites targeted at Trump voters and Ivy League students

It is delivered amid a growing stream of specific matching apps, with sites targeted at Trump voters and Ivy League students

It is delivered amid a growing stream of specific matching apps, with sites targeted at Trump voters and Ivy League students

Co-founder of Dig Casey Isaacson told it Denver Post: & # 39; Our overall goal with Dig is to provide an easy, fun way to connect dog lovers who are looking for more love in their two-legged variety lives. & # 39;

The app was set up in New Orleans, Louisiana, but was first launched in New York City on Valentine's Day last year.

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It was fueled when other co-founder Leigh Isaacson informed publisher McClatchy by e-mail of his 65,000 US users.

Isaacson said: & # 39; You will probably be more lucky to find a match in the cities where we have launched launch events, started marketing and made contact with dog companies and rescue in a certain area. & # 39;

But she added: & # 39; Some cities, such as Dallas and San Diego, have just left. & # 39;

On the platform, members can view the profiles of other dog users and send messages in the same way that Tinder does.

The goal is to help dog lovers avoid dates with people who do not want to accept their pet, but it is also available for future dog owners.

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And the app even suggests user-appropriate dates for users, as well as a filter based on the size of the dog that is considered acceptable.

The goal is to help dog lovers avoid dates with people who do not want to accept their pet, but it is also available for future dog owners. It even suggests the correct data for the users (photo)

The goal is to help dog lovers avoid dates with people who do not want to accept their pet, but it is also available for future dog owners. It even suggests the correct data for the users (photo)

The goal is to help dog lovers avoid dates with people who do not want to accept their pet, but it is also available for future dog owners. It even suggests the correct data for the users (photo)

The app's website says: & Founders Leigh and Casey Isaacson created Dig after being cheated too often by fake dog lovers.

& # 39; On Dig, boys can't pretend to be dog owners by posting photos with other people's dogs to get the conversation going like with other dating apps. & # 39;

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Dig has used research from a British survey to suggest that daters find dog owners more attractive and loyal.

The app's website says: & # 39; Founders Leigh and Casey Isaacson created Dig after being duped too often by fake dog lovers & # 39;

The app's website says: & # 39; Founders Leigh and Casey Isaacson created Dig after being duped too often by fake dog lovers & # 39;

The app's website says: & # 39; Founders Leigh and Casey Isaacson created Dig after being duped too often by fake dog lovers & # 39;

The website continues: & # 39; To host people, it doesn't matter who starts the conversation, what mutual hobbies they have, or who they know in common.

& # 39; If the people are not on the same page about the dog (s), they are simply not compatible. & # 39;

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Dig claimed that & # 39; 86 percent of dog owners would break up with their significant others if they don't love their dog & # 39; and & # 39; three out of ten dog parents have used their dog to attract a potential partner & # 39 ;.

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