Sniffer isn't the first of its kind but it is hoping to change your game of fetch for love and loyalty.Sniffer hopes to eventually expand to include features of alerting users who is at their dog park.NEW YORK (FOX 5 NEWS) - People nowadays hardly have the time or energy to invest in a search for Mr. And if their pet is also a priority sometimes, the dating pool is significantly narrowed. He engineered an app appropriately named "Sniffer." It is a nod to the (ahem) ease in which dogs often interact. It's a social discovery app to meet dog lovers nearby for whatever you want: friends, date with someone who loves dogs the way you do.

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Bark & Co.—the company behind monthly dog-treat bundle service Bark Box and on-demand, in-home veterinarian service Bark Care—recently launched Bark Buddy.

Which, as co-founder Henrik Werdelin says, "in short is like Tinder for dogs." Because, let's face it, you swipe right for guys with puppies in their photos anyway.

It is a simple idea spun from Adam's existing platform, Doggy Bn B, which connects dog sitters.

He tested the theory on other dating apps, setting up a bogus account."Have you ever invited someone over for a visit and as soon as they walked in the door your dog immediately reacted to them? Well, we have time and again,” said Scott Murray, CEO of Hotdiggiddy.“We find that the people who our dogs like are usually people who we can trust and get along with; even if they are not dog owners themselves.But don't worry, Bark Buddy isn't for creepy breeding purposes.(There was actually a Kickstarter for a dog-breeds-with-dog matchmaking app that only raised 7 out of a ,0000 goal).Then location-based tracking finds dogs in your area, and a bunch of different dogs, looking for love, come on screen.