Dating dog owners
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I was determined not to talk too much about myself, to ask plenty of questions and not to come across as needy.
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I tried to make a light-hearted comment about not usually dressing so badly when I went on dates. ” I continued, hoping this might open up the conversation. We continued along the footpath in silence for a few minutes as I desperately tried to think what to say next. But I think you need a spark between the humans too.” He didn’t look at me as he said the last bit and we walked back to our cars in silence before thanking each other for the walk and heading home.
“If we went out for dinner I wouldn’t be wearing this,” I said, wondering how he might respond. He reeled off a couple of places famed for their seafood. To be honest I was finding it tough, which was weird as I can usually talk to anyone about anything in the park. Unsurprisingly I haven’t had any further messages from Will but just because our first date wasn’t a success doesn’t mean Matilda and I are giving up on doggy dating.
If two people like each other’s pictures they are put in touch.
Neither would I usually start a date by grabbing a lead and shouting “walkies” at my West Highland terrier Matilda, or hanging around a park, desperately trying to recognise a dog (and his owner) I have only ever seen in a picture.