Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Your Dog Can Help You on the Dating Scene

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You and your dog have gotten very close in the years that you've had it. Now that you are dating, you wonder if your dog can help you to choose the right partner. The answer to this is a resounding "Yes!" With this in mind, tuning into your pet is a crucial step in the dating process.

Pets have an uncanny way of judging humans in ways that humans can't judge each other. Paying attention to the clues that your pet gives you when someone you are considering becoming involved with is around, you might be able to gain some useful insight into that person and your compatibility with them.

Watch the Person Interact With Your Pet

Your pet lives with you, which means that your home is your pet's home. Finding a person who understands this might be challenging, but it is rewarding when you can. Inviting the potential partner to your home is a big step. It is one of the only ways that you can see how the person treats your pet on your turf.

Not only do you have to watch how the person treats your pet, you also have to watch how it interacts with him or her. If your dog normally loves people and won't go around that person or acts nervous, that might be a clue that your search for a mate should continue. If the person is receptive to the dog and the dog loves getting attention from the human, you might have found a winner.

Pay Attention to the Person's Reaction to Pet Care

Pets require a lot of care. Since you and your dog are a team, you need to make sure that you find someone who respects the amount of time and money you spend on your dog. They shouldn't scoff when you say you have a vet appointment to renew a Trifexis prescription or to the groomer for a trimming.

There is a chance that you will find someone who is willing to give you a hand with your pet's care. This might be a sign that you have found "the one," since not everyone is going to be willing to help you. If your possible partner is willing to come with you to the vet or doesn't mind stopping for dog food on the way home, you might have your sights set on a person who will be around forever.

Think About What Life Will Be Like With the Person and Your Pet

In all likelihood, the person who you start a relationship with is going to outlive your pet. You need to think about the rest of your dog's life. Will this person make the pet's life more enjoyable or more stressful? You want someone who is going to value your dog and who won't mind the strong bond you have. You might even find that as your relationship moves forward, your partner is bonding with your dog. This is something that you can't really predict, but it is something that is beautiful when it happens.

Whether you choose to introduce your dog to someone shortly after you meet or if you wait until things get more serious, you need to make sure that you pay attention to your dog. The subtle, and sometimes not so subtle, clues you get might be invaluable as you navigate through today's challenging dating scene.

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Lannie is writer for Allivet. Allivet provides affordable pet supplies and pet medications, all of which can be purchased online. Listed below are some helpful resources referenced in the article that can provide some guidance for those looking for helpful information on pet supplies & medication:
http://www.allivet.com/p-2925-trifexis-chewable-tablets-for-dogs.aspx







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