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“Dogs on first dates are amazing icebreakers,” said Kris Rotonda, who started up the site last year that now has 2 million members.

While it may seem to some that the first few phases of a relationship move quickly, people are a lot slower when it comes to the next stages of commitment.This being said, one in 10 said that they would wait over three weeks before they pashed their date and the national average is to wait a month.The research also revealed that Australians don't rush into sleeping with someone, with the majority waiting three months before they make the move.On the other hand, nine per cent of people opt to sleep with someone on the same day or within the week of meeting them.Some may not be surprised that the research shows that men are more keen to get into the sack, with one in four Aussie males open to sex within the first week of dating someone new, compared to only one in 10 females who said the same.Many of the sites encourage users to bring their dogs on first dates to break the ice or size up canine chemistry.

Many dating sites cater to religious, cultural and political preferences, but won’t focus as heavily on interests like pets, music or travel, said Karen North, a professor of social media at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School of Journalism.

One in three believe you need to have 'the talk' or 'ask' in order to become exclusive and another third said that they rely on 'gut feeling' alone.

Although Aussies are willing to commit to their partners, on average it takes people three months to deactivate their online dating profiles.

The study showed that the younger generations, those under 24, are far less self-conscious when it comes to bodily functions, with one in two admitting they're happy to pass gas within the first three months of a new relationship.

It is around the half-year mark people feel comfortable enough to be truly vulnerable with their significant other.

Unfortunately many relationships come to an end, with 67 per cent of Australians waiting less than a year to heal their hearts and start dating other people.