Study: Dog owners take more pics of their pets than their spouses

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A study by the pet website Rover.com found that dog owners take more photos of their pets than they do their own spouses.

The study found that 65 percent of dog owners surveyed admitted to taking more photos of their beloved furry friends over their husbands or wives.

The study also found that 25 percent of pet owners have brought their pet on a date, and nearly half said that they find it harder to leave their dog for a week over their significant other.

About 54 percent of dog owners said that they would consider ending their relationship with their partner if the dog and partner didn’t get along.

Rover.com is a website that connects dog owners with dog sitters.

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