Three apps to help you date, travel, or socialize with your dog in tow
The Boston Globe: Sisters Leigh and Casey Isaacson of Newton consider meeting the dog just as important as meeting the parents. That’s why they created Dig, a dating app for dog lovers that tackles what Leigh Isaacson calls the “compatibility issue” head-on. “If you’re not a dog person, it’s a big adjustment [in a relationship],” she says. “Even though it’s a niche, it’s a big niche,” Isaacson says of the app.
New Orleans Dog Dating App Startup Dig Selected for Purina Showcase
Silicon Bayou News: New Orleans-based Dig, a mobile dating app for dog lovers, has been selected as one of the four companies participating in the Chicago Pet Care Startup Growth event presented by Purina’s Pet Care Innovation Prize.
The showcase is taking place on August 15 in Chicago, where Dig will present in front of an audience and a panel of pet care founders, investors, and advisors in the industry.
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Improper Bostonian: Newton natives Leigh and Casey Isaacson are giving Boston singles something to wag their tails over with the recent launch of Dig, a mobile dating app for dog lovers. “We’re bringing together the community of dog lovers in Boston in a new way.” We tapped the sisters for some breed-based dating profiles that give some insight into what users are looking for in a companion—for themselves and their pups.
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The Boston Globe:The service, based in New Orleans, was founded by Newton-raised sisters Leigh and Casey Isaacson, who believe that dog-friendly humans make good teams, in general. They’ll tell you that couples with dogs are better at handling stress, and how since 2006, pet ownership has increased by 28 percent among single men and 22 percent among single women, according to the American Veterinary Medical Association.
The Dating App for Dog Lovers Is Coming to Boston
Boston Inno: Sisters Leigh and Casey Isaacson are on a mission: to help people find love with a little help from their four-legged friends. To accomplish this they created Dig, a mobile dating app designed specifically for dog lovers, which launches in Boston next week.
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I Love My Dog So Much: Dud of a date? At least you’re with your dog! Use Dig – The Dog Person’s Dating App and find dog-friendly locations near you to suggest a first date idea. For example – go to the closest dog park! BONUS: Bring a treat you got from the “daily deal” section of Dig to win over your date’s dog from the start.
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Buzzfeed: What if we tell you that the way to your soul mate’s heart is not through their stomachs, but through your furbaby? We’re not screaming – you are! Dig is not-your-typical dating app as it finds not just another match, but someone who shares your love for dogs. Who’s the good boy now, hooman?
Dating app connecting dog lovers launching in Boston next month
BOSTON WHDH: Dog owners in the Boston area looking for love can now use their furry companion to attract a mate.
Two sisters from Newton founded the dating app Dig, which is aimed at bringing dog lovers together.
Casey and Leigh Isaacson found that 55 percent of single adults in the United States are pet owners, with research showing one of the best ways to get attention on dating apps is to feature your pup.
A New Dating App For Dog Lovers Launches in Chicago
Chicago Inno: On Saturday, Dig is hosting a launch party at the SoFo Tap in Andersonville, where it hopes new and interested users will come to mingle. To enter the bar, guests will have to show that they’ve downloaded the app onto their smartphone.
The bar is, of course, dog friendly, and it will feature professional pet photographers, dog treats and even spa services for pets. Isaacson says she expects about 150 people to attend.
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Built In Chicago: Launching in Chicago with a pups&pride event, Dig is the new app everyone’s barking about. The dating app for dog people connects you with individuals who love dogs just as much as you do. Dig helps you find dog-friendly locations to meet the individual you “dig,” gives you tips from vets and trainers, and deals from pet companies. In addition to helping you find your partner, Dig hosts events and can connect you with rescue shelters to help you discover your future pooch.
Introducing Dig, a new dog-friendly dating app
Philly Voice: Now available in Philadelphia, this app offers a new way to connect and date for dog lovers. Started by two sisters, Casey and Leigh Isaacson, in New Orleans, La., the app helps you connect with others by giving you five potential profiles a day that you can either “pass,” “dig” or “really dig.” Once you’ve matched, the app has suggestions for dog friendly places in the area. So no more awkward conversation about where the two of you should go, just use the feature in the messaging center to come up with date ideas.
The dating app for dog lovers launching in 25 cities
App Developer Magazine: You know what they say, there are two kinds of people right? Well new research highlights the need for a dating app for dog lovers and the folks over at Dig plan to launch just that in 25 cities by the end of 2018. Dog Mom's day recently took place in NYC, with another event coming the end of this month to launch in Chicago. They say "your city could be next!
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Petful: If you’re on the verge of throwing in the towel when it comes to online dating, give it one more shot. This time, though, try an app created to help dog lovers connect.
Dig’s creators describe this service as “the dog person’s dating app.” It’s simple: Just create a profile featuring both you and your dog, then find potential matches in your area. Dig will give you dog-friendly locations for dates or meet-ups and even lets you narrow down your ideal match by their dog’s size to make sure they’re a good fit for your own pet.
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Out to Lunch: If you’re single and you have a dog, you’ll know that you can never get serious about dating someone who doesn’t like your dog. Or worse, doesn’t like dogs in general. That self selection of single dog people is the premise behind a dating app called Dig.
Louisiana Startup Accepted Into MassChallenge Boston Cohort
Silicon Bayou News: Dig is a New Orleans-based mobile app for dog lovers and dog owners with some big news to share. The company recently completed The Idea Village accelerator program in New Orleans and has already been accepted into its next accelerator, MassChallenge Boston.
MassChallenge is a global network of zero-equity startup accelerators with locations in Israel, Mexico, Switzerland, the UK, and several locations across the United States including the flagship location in Boston. The Dig team will be given access to corporate partners, mentorship, a tailored curriculum, scholarship opportunities, and co-working space.
New Dating App For Dog Lovers Launches in Orlando
965 WDBO:To celebrate the launch of Dig in O-Town, there’s a singles mixer happening on Sunday, May 27 at Orlando Brewing from 2-6 p.m. “Basically if you come and download Dig, we’re picking up your tab.” There will be hot dogs from Dog Haus on site and a few local dog businesses giving away goodies. And of course, all dogs are invited. “Orlando is one of the most dog-friendly cities in the country so we’re really excited to meet everyone.”
Dig - The Dog Person's Dating App to participate in the MassChallenge Boston 2018 program
MassChallenge: Selected from more than 1,600 promising startups across industries and regions around the world, Dig will join the most competitive cohort to date.
As part of the 2018 cohort, Dig will have unrivaled access to top corporate partners, expert mentorship, tailored curriculum, scholarship opportunities, and more than 26,000 square-feet of co-working space in the Innovation and Design Building – all at zero cost and for zero equity. At the culmination of the four-month program, Dig will also have a chance to compete for shares of $1.5M in cash prizes at the MassChallenge Awards on Oct. 17.
New dating app for dog-lovers hits New Orleans
WDSU NEWS: Dig founders Casey and Leigh Isaacson built a dating app that connects dog people based on what’s most important to them. The Isaacsons said they created Dig after being duped by fake dog lovers too many times.
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Nibletz: Dig lets you tell your story and your dogs story so you’ll know off the bat if her boxer is going to get along with your Pomeranian or if your Dalmatian is going to get along with her Poodle. What about that ever important question about the bed, yup you’ll find that in the Dig app as well. Does she let the dogs in the bed? Does he let the dogs on the couch. From the getgo with Dig you and your future flame will know what to expect from the fur babies, and for most, that’s a deal breaker.
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Idea Mensch: We created Dig because being a dog lover isn’t just another box to check off on a long list of your attributes. It’s a way of life for a growing number of single people, and it’s crucial to know that up front when dating.
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From the beginning, we’ve surrounded ourselves with advisors who have gone through start-ups and small business experience before. Without their advice and guidance, we would have been lost.
Dog people are always looking for ways to get dogs in their lives. You’ll linger near the dog park’s fence, you’ll repeatedly offer to dog-sit while your friends are away, and you’ll scan every dating app for photos of potential matches with dogs at their sides. If you’re lucky enough to own a pup, you know that things never work out with someone if they’re not as into your dog as you are. So Dig founders Casey and Leigh Isaacson built a dating app that connects dog people based on what’s most important to them.
You can find our press kit at digdates.com/presskit
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Dig is for dog lovers - The Jewish Advocate
Newton Sisters Roll Out Dating App for Dog Lovers - NBC Boston
Bloomberg Baystate Business: Going to the Dogs - Bloomberg Baystate Business
The Dating App for Dog Lovers Is Coming to Boston - NBC Boston
The 'Dig' Dating App Connects Canine Lovers Together - Trendhunter
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Dig, It's The New Dog-Friendly Dating App! - The Kane Show
24 Millennial Entrepreneurs Who Hustle Hard - Idea Mensch
Happy Hour featuring Dig - It's New Orleans
Wintrust Business Lunch 6/25/18: Dog Dating App - WGN Radio
The Startup Roundup - Global Dating Insights
Dig-The Dog Person's Dating App - Contendercast with Justin Honaman
Dig Dates: Find Someone You Really Dig - The Pet Show
Introducing Dig, a New Dog-Friendly Dating App - Philly Voice
The Perfect Dating App For Dog Lovers Now Exists - My Kiss Country 937
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Audio: Smarter living through apps - Via Nola Vie
Must love dogs: New dating app for dog lovers launching in Shreveport - Shreveport Times
NEW DAY PROCLAMATION | NATIONAL DOG MOM’S DAY – Second Saturday in May - National Day Calendar
9 Nifty Mobile Apps For You & Your Pup - The Wanderer
Celebrate the First-Ever ‘Dog Mom’s Day’ on May 12th!- Dogington Post
Dog Lovers App | Dog Mom's Day - The Doggy Diva Show
Casey Isaacson -Co Founder& CCO of Dig - IdeaMensch
Tech Tips: Tech for your pet - News 4 Tucson
A Dating App for You and Your Dog - iHeartRadio
New dating app for dog-lovers hits New Orleans - WDSU NEWS
The Dating App For Dog People! - Pets and Punchlines
Could you 'Dig' a dog lover? - DogCast Radio
Must Love Dogs - Pet Business
Purina Animal Advice - KTRS 550am
'Dig' the Dog Person of Your Dreams - Veterinarian's Money Digest
Dig Dating App for Dog Lovers - The Dog Show Julie Forbes
A dating app for dog people: Dig - The Sniff
New Orleans Based Dating App For Dog Lovers Launches In New York - Silicon Bayou News