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“When you consider how challenging it already is to find someone who offers what you are seeking in a romantic partner, and who seeks what you are offering, and where there is also mutual chemistry, and the timing is right …

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

Mc Dermott points out that new love is hard enough to foster, without any added issues.

“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

She remembers unpleasant run-ins with dates from sites that don’t cater to animal lovers — once a man nudged her pooch off the couch.

“That was the last time we were together,” Pelzer said.

Christy Cutliff was willing to sign up to a paid dating website so she could earn enough money to pay for an operation for her dog Foxy. The 42-year-old from Orlando, Florida, was able to find a rich suitor named Frank Befera, 47, who paid 00 (£1,050) to fix the Pomeranian.

Even a man who loved animals as much as she did couldn’t keep up with her dog’s quirks.

On their first date, her Chihuahua, Hubbell, stole the man’s breakfast as they drove from New York City to Long Island. “I still wonder if Hubbell didn’t have something to do with that,” said Pelzer, 47, an actress who runs her own social media company and met the man on Pets

“Dogs on first dates are amazing icebreakers,” said Kris Rotonda, who started up the site last year that now has 2 million members.

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