Tinder launches pop-up pub experience that connects dog lovers


Tinder launches a pop-up pub experience that sparks romance between dog lovers.

Young Brits are dog fans and 91% said they would stop trading if their dog didn’t like someone. So, to avoid any more awkwardness in “The Bark & ​​Spark,” dogs accompany humans on dates.

Tinder will take over three public homes on May 14th and 15th to host pet first dates. Singles are invited to visit The Dog House in London, The Dog and Partridge in Manchester and Hare of the Dog in Edinburgh for a menu inspired by Tinder.

To find a date, Tinder users can navigate to the Animal Parent tile in Explore, an interactive space on Tinder where members can view profiles based on interests. You can then search other animal lovers looking for matching animals.

This experience was inspired by the fact that members who featured their dog on their profile picture got 5% more matches and 29% of people admit they added a picture with their dog to their dating profile to increase their chances of success.

Laura Wilkinson-Rea, Tinder’s Senior Director of UK Communications, said: “It’s clear that 10% of Tinder members, including ‘dog lovers’ on Tinder profiles, love dogs for Tinder members.

“So we’re excited to launch our first pop-up pub experience, ‘The Bark & ​​Spark’, to bring dog lovers and their dates to the IRL. Responding to a singleton requires sharing the experience.” And it provides a less burdensome way. The real connection is a win for all fours.”

To show their love to their four-legged friends, Tinder is donating to Battersea, an animal welfare charity to support outreach efforts that help dogs and cats.

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