Turns out the pup-magnet is strong - when people use their pooch to attract a potential love interest they were successful 84 percent of the time.
Meyer is selling monthly memberships, as well as five- and 10-class packages.
Meyer is planning to get a liquor licence and has a permit for some special events, like his first singles night March 3.
“The idea behind the lounge is that it’s an entertainment venue for dog owners,” he said.
Glenda Luymes Vancouver Sun Have you had a relationship end because your dog didn’t dig your love interest?
A Richmond entrepreneur is promoting puppy love with a singles night at his new dog lounge.