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Ok Cupid has found that — while men and women disagree on plenty of topics — a love of dogs is something most people can see eye-to-eye on.
"We found that 81% of men and 80% of women on Ok Cupid like dogs," Kaye explains.
For Bumble, women received 22% more matches, 100% more super likes, and 30% more total interactions.
Men on Bumble received 45% more matches, 40% more messages, and 39% more total interactions.
I also spoke to a Tinder spokesperson, and they agreed that dating app users are down with doggos.
"Users typically respond to photos that include animals or traveling shots," they said, adding that about 10% of both men and women include dogs in their photos.
When I had Tinder, my bio was three words long: "Must love dogs." Does anyone else know that 2005 rom-com with Diane Lane and John Cusack? I'm not sure how many of my matches actually got the reference, but I definitely got plenty of fellow dog lovers.
Of course, I'm not suggesting that you borrow a dog for a photoshoot, especially if you're really more of a cat person or a weirdo reptile person.Men on Tinder received 30% more matches, 75% more messages, 200% more super likes, and 53% 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.Bumble is such a big fan of dog lovers that the app offers tools to make it easier to dog lovers to find one another."Bumble users often include photos of their pets on their profiles, but they can also use Bumble filters and badges to specially match with people that are also dog lovers," a spokesperson for Bumble told me.
They also have a higher reply rate." Take that, cat people.