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And yet there I was, a perfectly sensible 41-year-old single mother, standing in the rain in Richmond Park, south-west London, scouring the horizon for Will* and his dog Oscar. Tindog – a new dating app aimed at singleton dog-lovers.

It works in a similar way to famous “swiping” dating app Tinder – you scroll through pictures of dogs and their owners until you see one you like.

Not if you enlist the help of that four-legged canine cupid bouncing around your feet.

That’s right: your dog, in addition to being your very best friend, may also be your best asset on the “ruff” and rocky road to romance.

I fell at the first hurdle and let the free app copy all my details from another social media site to save me typing it all in. My son William, 12, was equally horrified, worrying that Matilda might not like my potential Mr Right.

But I refused to be put off and just a couple of weeks after installing the app on my phone, I was on my first date.

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Despite never having had a four-legged friend of his own until January 2016, Darrell Lerner has always considered himself a dog person.

But, you say, you already know the humans at the local dog park, and while you’ve finally managed to remember some of their names (not just their dogs’ names) and have even set up some doggie play dates, not a person among them is anyone youwould date. You’ve realized that if someone’s not a dog person, they are simply not romantic material.

The last person you were with couldn’t deal with dog hair on the furniture or your pup’s cold nose thrust under the covers to remind everyone that it was time for his A. Never fear: creative singles services and modern technology are making it possible for you to meet other dog lovers outside the scope of your daily neighbourhood jaunts.

As a way of meeting new friends and potential suitors it seemed pretty risk-free and certainly preferable to traditional dating sites and evening meet-ups in bars and restaurants. Lots of people sign up simply looking for friendship and dog-walking companions.

And it’s proving popular – the UK is the fourth biggest user of the app worldwide. Friends who were old hands at internet dating instructed me not to use my real name, not to use a photo that was anywhere else on the web and not to give away too much about myself.