What is it about a hot gay guys and their pets? Every now and then I find myself walking by the dog park and as I spy on the men in their running shorts, those I would normally classify as a 6 or a 7 automatically become an 8 or 9 the second I see him with his furry friend. Something about this relationship says dependency, loyalty, and trust. All three are major turn-ons in my book when talking about gay men.
According to surveys, 60% of people find dog owners more attractive. Not to mention, 85% of dog owners are said to be more approachable. If you ask me, there is no better tactic than luring gay guys by flaunting around a dog, especially when they have one as well. That way, the dogs are more likely to approach each other first, leaving you two to carry on a conversation.
However, studies have shown that flaunting your dog around does more than just break the ice in conversations, in fact, the type of dog you have can be an accurate representation of one’s personality which in itself has the power to make the owner more attractive, even sexier.
The sex appeal of dog owners is uncanny. Everyone says that dogs take the personalities of their owners. Though this may be true most of the time, it’s also been shown that owners take on the traits of their dogs. A pet who’s personality is loyal, kind, and attentive rubs off on the owner, making him much more attractive at first sight.
It’s always easy to judge a person’s character on how they treat animals. Often times, when a man shows physical aggression towards a living thing, it can set off red flags about who he is and your future together. On the other hand, seeing him be affectionate with his dog creates an adequate portrayal of how he is in life: caring, sensual, energetic, in control, versatile, submissive, all the things we want in a lover…
I’ve always said dog parks are the best places to meet your future husband. Maybe I’ve been right all along.
So do you find gay guys who have dogs more attractive?
This article was originally posted on GayGuys.com by David Artavia