I'd say dating her would be like a mix of having and girlfriend and a dog.
Imagine life if she moves in with you.
>She wakes you up like 3 hours before your alarm was set for no reason other than she wants you to be awake now.
>When you're getting ready to go to work, she desperately attempts to block the door so you can't leave.
>You will probably hear her sadly howling as you get to the car.
>When you get home, be ready for her to tackle to the ground and slobber all over your face, followed by her casually getting up and asking "When's dinner?" as if nothing happened.
>After all that, don't relax just yet, at least not until you've cleaned up all the fur she left around the house from stress shedding.
>Be sure to install an air conditioner in your bedroom! Sleeping with her may be nice during the winter, but you'll regret it during the summer.
>If your date ever involves walking in the park, be sure to avert her attention from any other animals. Perhaps put her on a leash, you may get weird looks for it but it'll be worth it in the long run.
>You won't have to worry about picking a restaurant at least, because she'll eat just about anything that looks edible to her. But you may also get kicked out of some restaurants, because she'll eat just about ANYTHING that looks edible to her.
>Be very alert about when she's in heat, and cancel any plans to go out on those days if any. It's best not to risk the embarrassment of your girlfriend grinding up against your leg in public.
>Also, you're going to want to take proper safety measures for when she's in heat. If not, you may never have a functioning pelvis again.
>She canonically doesn't wear pants or underwear. This has nothing to do with her acting like a dog, it's just a fair warning that you may not want to take her out on windy days.
If you're willing to deal with all of this, you'll have a loyal and loving girlfriend who will probably rip you to shreds if you break up with her. Enjoy!