You might even say it brings a whole new meaning to the word 'dogging'.
It's also just the latest in a long line of apps inspired by Tinder, from shoe-shopping app Stylect to job-hunting service Jobr and news aggregator Daily.
“Young Americans are less likely to be homeowners or parents than previous generations, but one category they lead in, is pet ownership.
They shower their dogs with attention and splurge on expensive gifts because their dog is their best friend, and they want to be their dog’s best friend too,” Brandie Gonzales, pet lifestyle expert for Rover, said.
At the moment Match Puppy is in beta and is limited to New York City, so if you happen to live in NYC and you own a dog, Match Puppy could be a website worth checking out.
The Mate Select service, now available through the Kennel Club website, enables owners to assess how a proposed mating of two registered pedigree dogs will affect the genetic diversity of the whole breed.
The service is another step by the Kennel Club to tackle concerns over genetic diseases in pedigree dogs, sparked by a BBC documentary which claimed animals bred for shows such as Crufts were suffering a high degree of genetic illness.