Yep. My little pup has a beau.
When she was a little over a year old, a white poodle named Beanie would come visit her from time to time. He'd even leave her "gifts" in the yard so she would realize that he had come over when she was not outside. Superdog LOVED seeing Beanie. Beanie just loved seeing a female dog. He wasn't in it for the love.
Meet Dog X. I call him Dog X because I don't know his name, but he lives across the street from us. He is a cute little Rat Terrier, just a little bit bigger than Superdog. He is in loooovvvveee with our little Chihuahua. He came a'courting a couple of times, and Superdog turned him down flat. But that little dog did not give up. On his third try, Superdog decided that she might just like him, too.
And so the doggie relationship has begun.
They haven't played with each other since (both like running and chasing; it's what holds their relationship together), but they have communicated to the chagrin of both sets of owners.
Dog X will be in his fenced in back yard, and Superdog will be inside. And they will bark. To each other. A lot. Both have very high pierced barks. Not a good combo.
Dog X is very well-behaved. I took Superdog outside to frolick and do her dirty business outside, and she spotted Dog X across the road with his owner. Neither dog was allowed to cross the road (even though Dog X has to come visit, but I think he was cautious since his owner was outside with him), but they both stood at the edge of the grass, just watching each other.
I'm telling you, it's better than a soap opera.