Well, I was waiting in a rainy car park to go walkies with Will and Oscar.
To be fair it was the picture of Will’s dog – an appealing white fluffball with expressive brown eyes – that really drew me in, rather than his own photo (tall, darkhaired and posh-looking in a Hugh Grant way).
It was all very businesslike which, on the one hand, was reassuring as neither of us would turn up with expectations of anything more than just a walk. I knew nothing about the person I was going to meet beyond where they liked to walk their dog.
If two people like each other’s pictures they are put in touch.
I had never done any sort of internet dating before – and the idea of Tindog both scared and interested me.
you have to wonder who in their right mind would want to make it even more challenging by insisting on canine chemistry,' said Trish Mc Dermott, who spent 10 years as the dating expert and spokeswoman for 'To squeeze doggie behavior under the first date microscope and to analyze every little wag, nip or bark as further commentary on compatibility is just another way to uncover the fatal flaw of an otherwise potential romance,' added Mc Dermott, who now works for One Good Love.com, a gay, lesbian and bisexual matchmaking service.
Mc Dermott's concerns won't change Pelzer's plans to return to Pets
It was five minutes after our agreed meeting time that I spotted Will and Oscar walking towards us.