Psychological studies have shown that women wh…

Psychological studies have shown that women when dating are usually looking for the “perfect mate” when considering men as potential partners. In some ways the same can be said for when a women is choosing a dog to bond with as their companion. I’ve found it interesting that over time, several of my clients (women) compare their dogs to relationships that they’ve had with men and not always in the positive terms.
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A large percentage of single women noted they’d preferred the companionship of a dog over that of a man, says a national Newspoll survey taken in Australia that gathered data of more than 600 single men and women.
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60% of women say dogs are more affectionate than men

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70% say dogs are more easy-going than men.

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63% say dogs are more loyal than men

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58% say that dogs are more reliable.

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40% of the women enjoyed the fact their dog allowed them to watch TV without interruption,

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75% said they turned to their dog for affection when they felt down

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80% said they valued the sense of security that dogs gave them.

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71% of the women surveyed said they would not enter a new relationship with anyone who didn’t like her having a dog.
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