Where are the best places to live if you’re single with a pet?

Money.com knows that when it comes to choosing a place to live, millennial pet parents are considering their pet’s needs. That’s why they’ve analyzed 183K data points across 2K U.S. cities and narrowed down the 10 best places for dog lovers and dog parents to live.

Meanwhile, WalletHub did a similar study. But instead of focusing on the number of pet stores, kennels, and vets, they sought out the cities flocking with singles, bars, and restaurants. Where these two studies meet, that’s where FetchaDate singles want to live! Here are the U.S.’s top five places to live for pet owners and singles.

So many fun activities in the snow

1. Denver, Colorado

You, your date, and your WingPet will never run out of things to do in Denver—even during a pandemic. Outdoorsy, dog-loving singles will find themselves surrounded by like-minded eligible singles. Spend your dates sipping brews at one of the many dog-friendly breweries, or grab your pup and your hiking shoes for a trek to an alpine lake. You won’t find a more dog-friendly city than Denver. After all, the city does have a higher population of dogs than kids!

Outdoorsy no matter the weather

2. Madison, Wisconsin

WalletHub ranked Madison, Wisconsin as its number one place to be single, and with good reason. As a top university town, Madison is booming with young professionals fulfilling their love for nature by paddleboarding Wisconsin’s many lakes. Madison is easy to get around in, affordable, and (best of all) dog friendly. If doggy paddling and lakeside hangs aren’t for you and your WingPet, the cheese, craft beer, and trendy cocktails at Madison’s dog-friendly establishments are sure to keep you happy.

Paddleboarding for the fun of it

3. Ashville, North Carolina

Who wouldn’t want to live in a city dubbed “Dog City, USA”? If you and your date are wondering what dog-friendly activities to do in Ashville, just swing by the Dog Welcome Center. Here you’ll find facilities for your pup, plus all the information you could want on the city’s best dog-friendly attractions, restaurants, and bars. Speaking of restaurants, we’ll bet there is a cuisine for everyone—because Money.com reports that Ashville has more restaurants per capita than any other top-rated city.

4. Portland, Oregon

Portland may not be all sunshine and rainbows for the entire year, but it does boast 33 dog parks, 27 acres of green space, and patios on every block. Home of dog-friendly coffee bars, the most breweries in any city, and one weird vibe, this dog-loving town is sure to be a good time. Don’t know if the city is the right place for you and your dog? Its neighboring suburb of Tigard scored number five in Money.com’s top-rated cities for dogs, and is home to 16 miles of paved trails and 550 acres of park and open spaces.

Parks galore

5. San Rafael, California

Nestled between San Francisco and northern California’s Napa wine country is this top-dog location. While housing might cost you an extra buck, the sunny skies, the Oceanside trails, and the plethora of singles are worth every penny.

So many places to play frisbee

There are enough other obstacles to get through in the dating world. Join a pet lover’s site where you know you’ll be matched with like-minded pet lovers. At FetchaDate, your WingPet makes the first introduction.

Download FetchaDate today and start swiping.

 

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