Popular dating app Tinder is now in the business of connecting dog lovers with canine companions. With their new Puppy Love initiative, interested parties can swipe right when a profile for a puppy appears. From there, they’ll receive a message connecting them to a nonprofit that’ll provide further information on adopting that rescue puppy.
‘Puppy Love’: Match making for dog lovers
At Rover, we’re dedicated to making dog ownership possible—and it’s exciting to see more opportunities for people to experience the unconditional love of a dog. Tinder’s Puppy Love represents another resource for dog lovers, and a step forward in the quest to connect rescue dogs with loving homes—and ensure all fans of puppies and hounds have a chance to experience the joy of a dog.
Many people don’t have dogs simply because they’re busy—they work full-time, travel a lot, or simply worry they wouldn’t have the time for all day, everyday care. That’s a big part of why we started Rover—to make it possible for busy dog lovers to welcome a dog into their lives knowing they have loving dog sitters to turn to, and the support of an entire company and community of dog lovers behind them when they’re away.
Looking for a fling? No problem—you can foster a dog for two weeks, or enter into a long term love affair and permanently adopt an animal. If you’re not yet ready for dog ownership but you crave canine companionship, try dog sitting, and enjoy just the right amount of dog-friendly time—while doing a great service for pet parents in your community.
If you’re a dog owner looking to offer your pooch a little TLC while you’re away, find a sitter today—individual love and attention for your dog, all backed by 24/7 support from the Rover team.
And if you’re on Tinder, consider swiping right when you see a sweet rescue dog looking for love.