The animal shelter hired an advertising agency to shoot portraits of the cats and dogs and set up their profiles on Tinder. The pets have a proper profile with different photos, their name and even bio, and yes you can swipe right to match with the cat or dog.
Do dogs help on Tinder?
Honest Paws recently surveyed 600 singles using dating apps in the U.S. and learned that dog ownership significantly increases an individuals chances of finding a potential match. Per the surveys results, 70 percent of respondents believe that having a dog in their profile photos helps them get more matches.
Should you put a picture of your dog on Tinder?
Tinder users respond well to photos that include animals, with around 10% of both women and men including their dogs in their snaps. In fact, for Tinder users, men received 30% more matches while women got 117% more matches when they included a dog in their pictures.
What does Dogfishing mean?
To sum up: dogfishing refers to the posting of online date app photos featuring yourself and a dog, either your own or someone elses, with the intent to attract people to your profile.