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This dog-friendly atmosphere helps singles relax and be themselves.“In person, you may quickly let your guard down when you have to pick up your dog’s poop in front of your date,” Leigh said.“We think that’s humanizing and a great way to really get to know someone.” The future looks bright for Dig, which is growing as quickly as a 6-month-old puppy.The dating app has resonated with thousands of singles who love dogs, and it has given them the chance to prioritize dog ownership when seeking a romantic partner online.Dig also throws a party every time it launches in a new city as a way of introducing itself to local dog owners.People at these events can take part in engaging activities — including speed dating, raffles, and a dog-kissing booth — alongside man’s best friend.When I’m vetting potential dates, I follow the Spice Girls maxim: If you wanna be my lover, you gotta get with my friends.
“Best of all, we saw thousands of people choose Dig to search for a compatible partner who matches their dog-friendly lifestyle,” said Leigh Isaacson, Co-Founder and CEO of Dig.
Leigh said she’s constantly traveling around the country to oversee these gatherings.
Dig Community Events sometimes revolve around a holiday (Valentine’s Day is a biggie) or a yappy hour.
Many singles feel the same way about their dogs and are looking for a fetching date who can run with their packs.
Sisters Casey and Leigh Isaacson understand the importance of matching dog lovers with dog lovers and have created a dynamic dating app to do just that.