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Can a Simple Test Match You With Your Perfect Dog?

“Luke likes long walks—really long walks.”
Source: Cynthia Kittler

Chaz is a free spirit. Iris is a good girl looking for love. Dylan is a foodie who isn’t sure how he feels about kids. Luke likes long walks—really long walks. All of them are ready for a long-term relationship. In fact, they’d like to move in right away. All of them are dogs.

Taking a cue from dating websites, a number of programs have begun using

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