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· Puppy Bait: Men are almost four times more likely to use their pet to attract a potential date than women (22 percent vs. · Vetting it Out: 70 percent of singles think their dates’ reaction to their pet is important.
· Animal Attraction: 35 percent of single women have been more attracted to someone because of their pet. Dog owners are less open to having a relationship with a cat owner.