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I've always been a believer that dog photos get you more dating app matches, but as it turns out, it might actually be the truth.
I spoke to Michael Kaye, Global Communications Manager at Ok Cupid, and according to him, including pictures of dogs in your dating app profile is proven to make it stronger.
So basically, if you include a pic of you and your golden retriever, you're golden. UK-based pet food company Webbox carried out a two-week social experiment called Pet Wingman, where they attempted to find out whether including your dog in your Tinder or Bumble profile increased your chances of finding a match, and the results were conclusive.
On average, women saw an increase of 69% more matches when they included a dog in one or more of their pictures, while men saw an increase of 38% more matches.
He wanted me download a photo of me ‘hanging out ‘ to him. They were trying to get into my phone to access my bank account information!
He didn’t care what the picture was of he just wanted me to download it to him.
For Bumble, women received 22% more matches, 100% more super likes, and 30% more total interactions.
Bumble didn't provide quite as much success for female dog lovers (no doubt because men aren't given the option to initiate conversations on this dating app), but dog pics provided just as much success on Bumble as they did on Tinder for male users.
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They also have a higher reply rate." Take that, cat people.
(Sorry, I'm biased.) And he's not just saying that — he shared some pretty compelling evidence with me to back up his claim.