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Scientific research about whether you should include a pet in your online dating profile pic is, not surprisingly, rather flimsy.
If she has a bad impression of you from the start, she's not clicking on your profile or responding to your message.
Here’s where it gets challenging – she’s forming opinions on just about every aspect of what she sees, including your posture, facial expression, and the clothes you’re wearing.
According to some studies, a dog in your profile photograph is guaranteed to get the replies rolling on (even if you admit it's not your dog -- in fact, according to some studies, especially if it's just a borrowed dog)...
and then, according to other studies (we're using the word "studies" very loosely here, of course), a dog can actually reduce your chances of finding a date.
It's one of the most common questions in the Russian dating industry and one many people answer inaccurately.
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The following guide explains the message conveyed by different kinds of pet in your online dating pic.
Note: These are not judgements on various pets, but rather, the kind of message that these pets convey to complete strangers, when you include them in your online dating profile pic.
Avoiding the selfie is especially important if you're a man.
Zoosk, analyzing a sample of about 4,000 subscribers, discovered that men who posted selfies received 8 percent fewer messages than those who didn't.