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If your profile does not have a picture, go and upload one, this will considerably increase your chances of meeting someone online. An old picture (you may look smoking hot in it, but you don't look the same anymore, deal with it and don't mislead people).

A picture of you with a duckface or any other strange and unnatural expression (it's not cute, it just creeps people out). Being clingy and not being able to take “no” for an answer.

When I first received a Facebook friend request from Neo Mc Kibben, my friend's therapy dog at Northridge Hospital, it was the first of many pet profiles that arrived in my inbox.

As one in ten pets now has a social media profile, it's no wonder that these niche dating and social networking sites are popping up on the Internet.

Have you ever dated someone who seemed to be a perfect match in every way — except that you couldn’t see eye-to-eye about your dog or cat?

A mate who fails to love your pet can be the death of a relationship. (Unlike that boyfriend who is convinced that your cat is evil and hates him.) So how do you find that perfect pooch-loving partner? Believe it or not, there are dating sites specifically for people who love their dogs — and their cats and horses too.

But it’s not a bad place to start if you’re looking for love (and for someone who will love your dog too).

According to Today Show.com, new sites such as Match for your dogs to meet other canine friends and Spot Wag, a support service to help you find the best doggy hotel or sitter for when you travel can help man's best friend find love and happiness on the Internet.Being clingy is appreciated neither in real-life dating nor in it's online counterpart. And continuing to bombard someone with messages even after they've explicitly stated they don't want to communicate with you is basically harassment. It is not enough to write “Hi” or “What's up” to make a person want to respond.“Hey, sexy” isn't likely to make them interested as well.Unfortunately, many pet-centric dating sites share user content with other more general sites, so profiles are not always pet specific — which means you could still be matched up with someone who doesn’t feel the same way you do about your pets.In addition, dating sites tend to have a larger number of female users, which can be a bonus if you’re a guy.Neo now has 264 friends and a relationship status of "It's Complicated." Neo graduated in 2005 from Therapy Dogs Inc.