There aren’t really any hard and fast rules and the quest for “the one” can be daunting.Then I took a closer look at myself and realized there were amazing habits and responsibilities I had developed through owning my littler Border Collie mix, Sierra.But I refused to be put off and just a couple of weeks after installing the app on my phone, I was on my first date.Earlier this year when I was looking to start dating again, I realized quickly how scary the dating world can be.LIKE MANY SINGLES, YOU CAN’T STAND THE BAR SCENE, FEEL awkward making small talk at parties—and if your parents try to set you up with one more aesthetically-challenged loser, you’re going to put yourself up for adoption.Does this mean you’re doomed to remain perpetually single, forever adrift in a sea of smug marrieds and other annoyingly happy snugglers?
And yet there I was, a perfectly sensible 41-year-old single mother, standing in the rain in Richmond Park, south-west London, scouring the horizon for Will* and his dog Oscar. Tindog – a new dating app aimed at singleton dog-lovers.There to keep the conversation flowing will also be Trolley’d, who’ll provide a pop-up bar on the day.Just in case you’re in need of a little extra liquid courage. 100% of the profits will go to Sydney Dogs and Cats Home.Whether you are looking for a life partner, a buddy for your pet or just someone to hang out with, here you’ll be able to find exactly who you are looking for – pet lovers like yourself.It’s fun, interactive, safe and anonymous – until you decide to take it further.If you've thought or said any of the above statements in your mind or to others, this meet up group is for you and your fur kids. I'll post for FREE in the Sponsor section because making a DIFFERENCE for others is important.