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J. Steele

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WARRINGTON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 04: A seven week old Daschund cross puppy waits to be re-homed at the Cheshire Dogs Home on January 4, 2010 in Warrington, England. The puppy is one of hundreds waiting for a new home at the Manchester and Cheshire Dogs Home and other animal shelters across Britain. There has been a huge surge in the number of abandoned pets over the Christmas and Winter period. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

You shouldn’t catfish, but dogfishing is just as bad in my book!

You’ll often times see people using photos of their dog on Tinder or other dating apps to help them get matches, but false advertising is just plain wrong.

Dogfishing: When someone poses for their dating profile pics with a dog or other pet that’s not theirs.

LIKE WHAT?! So now you’re stealing someone else’s dog photo to help you get some? Lame.

I understand not everyone’s dog can be super cute, but faking it for likes and matches is lying and lying is wrong in a relationship.

Can we just go back to old school dating?