Are dog owners learning loyalty from their furry friends?

A UK-based dating website called IllicitEncounters.com did a study of their users to determine who the biggest cheaters are based on their pets. It was revealed that only 10% of the people registered on the site are dog owners, making them the most loyal pet owners of all. Illicit Encounters' spokesperson Christian Grant says:

"There has already been a plethora of scientific studies that claim that owning a dog, or dogs, makes you happier and healthier, and now you can add loyalty to that list. It's an interesting, if not unexpected result. Man's best friend is the UK's most popular pet, and has been for a very long time, but not among this particular community it seems."

Does having a dog actually make you more loyal, or are dogs such a big commitment that people in two relationships just don't have the time? Either way, dog owners are still more faithful than cat owners. Cats were found to be the most popular pet of users on the site, followed by fish, hamsters, gerbils, rabbits and reptiles. That's not to say that all dog-owners are as faithful as their pups, because sometimes dogs aren't totally loyal either...

Do you think this survey got things right? Or were they totally off? Share your opinion in the comments!

[Via Female First]