According to new research, a woman is more satisfied in her relationship when her partner feels the same about her pet as she does.
If she's close to her dog, he'd better be, too.
Timeliness is also key, as 13 percent of women can't stand when a date is running late.
For starters, they'd like women to stop tweeting, texting and updating their Facebook status, with 51 percent of men ranking "Too occupied with a cell phone" as their biggest pet peeve.
Ladies, you'll also want to remember your deodorant and a fresh spritz of perfume once in awhile, as 21 percent of guys find smelly dates annoying.
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Meanwhile, nearly a quarter of men have one or no pet peeves whatsoever. " this is actually a big deal; most women — a whopping 70 percent — have said no to a second date based on their pet peeves. So, when it comes to making a last, annoyance-free first impression, here are some suggestions based on Zoosk's survey of more than 1,500 singles:1. The fairer sex is more sensitive to odor, with 45 percent of ladies saying a smelly date is their biggest peeve.
Technology-obsessed dudes who can't keep their hands off their phones are the second biggest annoyance, with 22 percent of the votes.
And if you have these physical traits, don't count on a second date.
As much as we'd love a world where we don't have to shave our legs, men prefer we be smooth to the touch, as 36 percent of them rank "Too much body hair" as their top physical appearance annoyance.
Men's relationship satisfaction wasn't related to pet closeness at all, probably because men tend to be less concerned with household harmony, Capuozzo said. If I'm super-attached to my pet and my husband isn't, then that might cause some disharmony: ' Why is that pet in my bed? '" One twist in the results: When men perceived themselves as having a unique bond with their own pet, they were happier in their relationship regardless of how the woman felt about the animal.