Dogs, eh? They bump into each other in parks, they sniff each other's bums and then chase each other round for a couple of minutes before having a cheeky hump behind a tree. Seems like hooking up comes pretty easily to them.
But sometimes a pup wants more than just a five-minute fling with the hunky greyhound in Victoria Park. Sometimes a dog wants to find something meaningful, lasting and most importantly convenient for their owners. You know, romantic walks down the beach and shit.
Introducing Tindog, aka Tinder for dogs. It's an app where owners (or particularly talented pooches) can swipe through the dogs in their neighbourhood to find themselves a pal. Owners can use the app to find other like-minded dog owners to hang out with and share dog-walking duties with. They can even just have (weird) web chat with other owners about how cute their dogs are. All they have to do is upload a snap of their canine chum.
We're waiting impatiently for the influx of photos of dogs squatting next to tigers and downing magnums of champagne in the club.
More evidence dogs are taking over the world: