During my brief stint on Bumble I found myself looking to see if my potential date had any photos with a dog. My roommate at the time would swipe right simply based on the dog featured in the photos. She had no shame in complementing men, chances are all her compliments were towards their dogs that were in the photos. Her dating profile looked more like a dating profile for her and her dog. They're a packaged deal, as it should be. I had a friend who's dog and boyfriend HATED each other, I lived in constant fear that that would be my dog and my boyfriend. Luckily, they're both obsessed with laying on the couch and playing candy crush and eating snacks.

Krystal Montez

What if you could date people that loved their dogs just as much as you do? Are you that friend that is always willing to dog sit? If your date doesn't like dogs is it a deal breaker? Try Dig a new dating app that is active in our area now. According to Dig "Dog people are always looking for ways to get dogs in their lives. You’ll linger near the dog park’s fence, you’ll repeatedly offer to dog-sit while your friends are away, and you’ll scan every dating app for photos of potential matches with dogs at their sides. If you’re lucky enough to own a pup, you know that things never work out with someone if they’re not as into your dog as you are. So Dig founders Casey and Leigh Isaacson built a dating app that connects dog people based on what’s most important to them." .

Krystal Montez

When you download the app you can get daily deals from dog groomers, pet stores, or volunteer opportunities. The tip or trick of the day will keep you on your toes, can dogs eat avocados? The "Places We Dig" is a cool thing as well, meet up with your potential dog lover in a safe place, like a dog park. Single dog lovers, this is the moment you've been waiting for!