Hotdiggiddy Dog Lovers Dating Do's and Dont's

Do


  • Create a complete profile to ensure the best matches are being provided.
  • Be precise in your profile.
  • Protect your account from others.
  • Check your grammar, spelling and punctuation.
  • Be honest about your physical attributes.
  • Add at least one profile picture, the more pictures you post the more views you will get.
  • Include a recent picture of yourself.
  • Include a picture of your dog.
  • Do your own research - check into the person you are interested in using other available avenues.
  • Take your time and be comfortable before moving to the next level.
  • Be careful when clicking on a like to a suggested web site.
  • Get to know your date as well as possible via email and messaging before agreeing to meet.
  • Be prepared to be let down - not everyone can like everyone.
  • Write blogs.
  • Participate in forums.
  • Report abuse on HotDiggiddy.
  • Log-in regularly to earn credits.
  • Gift credits to your friends when they join HotDiggiddy to get them started.
  • Meet your dates in a public place - tell someone where you are going and who you are meeting.
  • Limit alcohol consumption during your date - until you get to know the person better.
  • Use your own transportation for dates

  • Don't


  • Juggle too many profile contacts at one time.
  • Rely on humour or innuendo - too many different personalities out there - wait until you meet to show that side of your personality.
  • Post a profile picture of yourself with your arms around a person of the opposite sex - This will turn your potential match off quickly.
  • Share financial or personal information.
  • Date outside of comfortable distance from your home town - Perhaps keep it to 25 miles or so.
  • Provide your home phone number - mobile number is safer and you can block callers if necessary.
  • Meet in quiet secluded private places.
  • Be dishonest - fastest way to ruin a potential meeting is by not being open and honest.
  • Be afraid to be let down - Not all matches are perfect.
  • Blabber on and on about your ex-boyfriend / girlfriend / spouse.
  • Leave personal identification, wallets etc. lying around during your first date - you may not want your date to know everything about you.
  • Meet for a date at your house or workplace.
  • Go home with someone on a first date - you really don’t know if your safety is at risk.

  • Red Flags for Women


  • He only has one profile picture.
  • He has not added his bio or completed his profile.
  • He describes himself as honest, loyal and trustworthy - there are some things you do not have to reassure people about from the first encounter.
  • He has a long list of requirements for his perfect match.
  • He uses negative words like: can’t, won’t, couldn’t, shouldn’t etc.
  • He uses overly flirtatious or sexual language right from the start.
  • He wants a woman who looks after herself.
  • He brags about himself above and beyond his profile revelations.
  • He talks about his past failed relationships, marriages etc.
  • He says he is not like all the other men out there.

  • Red Flags for Men


  • She provides a list of things she does not want in a man / partner.
  • She uses poor punctuation, grammar and spelling - means she is uneducated or lazy and does not care.
  • She uses racist slurs.
  • She continues to bump into you after one date - stalker lady.
  • She is all cleavage and legs in her profile picture(s).
  • Stretching the truth about her body type.
  • False relationship status - may actually be married and playing the online dating game.
  • False financial and employment status.

  • General Red Flags


  • Anyone asking for financial assistance of any kind.
  • Anyone wanting to chat or email off the site very early on in meeting you.
  • Anyone pushing for the relationship to move faster than you would like.
  • Anyone asking for your personal or work address for any reason (sending gifts or flowers).
  • Claims to be recently widowed or a widow.
  • Anyone asking inappropriate questions.
  • Anyone telling inconsistent or spectacular stories.
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