A dog-mad bartender reckons letting her pooches approve her dates gives her a dream love life.
Megan Hill, 24, says her cocker spaniels’ “opinions” about her wannabe lovers landed her a promising relationship now in its fifth week.
The pint-puller said: “It’s still early days, but last week, I let him meet the dogs for the first time.
“It was a make-or-break test for me – whether the dogs would like him. Luckily they loved him.”
Meghan was 12 when she got Ben, and in 2013 when he was bred with another cocker she kept the pup, Ash.
She ended a nine-month relationship in 2019 and when she started online dating decided to let blokes know they didn’t stand a chance unless they were also animal lovers.
Meghan, of Rotherham, South Yorks, added: “I always make sure Ben and Ash are in my photos and on my profile, and bring them up within the first few messages.
“I also scroll through every picture of my potential date, looking for any sign that he’s an animal lover.
“People who don’t have dogs don’t understand what it’s like. They’re like my children.
“The pair of them sleep right by my bed at night, and I’m never without them. They’re even trained to take my socks off.
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“Anyone coming into my life will come second to them because they’re my main priority, and I wouldn’t change that for anything or anyone.”
Animal expert Melanie Smith from health-focused pet food firm Webbox Naturals says it’s common for pet owners to worry about their animals and partners getting along.
She added: “The key to an instant ‘click’ is to make sure your dog feels safe during the initial meeting.”
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