Dog lovers and dating
In fact 15% of pet owners specifically try to catch their pet doing something naughty in their photos.
The second survey has produced results which are bound to be more controversial.
However we now have two new surveys which reflect on both of those issues.
The first survey was taken by Direct Line Pet Insurance and K9 Media.
I own a cat, and she absolutely hates getting her pictures taken.
Sometimes she will allow so many 'snaps' before hiding, other times she will do as I ask until I actually take the picture, then she will move last second.
Whereas cat lovers were a little bit more aloof in their relationships".
The actual numbers show that dog lovers will spend more than twice as much money on a first date then will cat lovers.
90% of these dog owners admitted that they take more pictures of their pet than of their partners.
Some 72% said that they take pictures of their dog weekly, and nearly a third of them (31%) said that they take pictures of their pet virtually every day.
However the dog owners also admit that the majority of these pictures are not an attempt to create a beautiful portrait of their pet, but rather to capture special moments or to catch the dog doing something funny — something which they can share with friends and family.
It was taken by a dating website, Match.com, and it involved 1,057 single Canadians who are currently using its online services.
According to psychotherapist Kimberly Moffit, who described the survey results for Match.com, whether you are a dog lover, cat lover, or do not own pets at all, has a significant effect on your dating behavior and your attitude toward interpersonal relationships.