The bride doesn’t look thrilled about the wedding, but maybe it’s just because her veil is crumpled (Picture: Rooftop Film Club)If you’ve been dreaming of the day your pooch can marry his or her sweetheart, we’re happy to announce that the wait is finally over.
The Honey & Bee PhotographyBurky reached out to Haven of the Ozarks Animal Sanctuary in Washburn, Missouri, to see if they would be willing to share some of their adoptable dogs for her wedding on May 11.Sherah Farris, director of the no-kill shelter, had previously shared dogs for another adoption event at a wedding and said she was more than happy to help Burky spotlight dogs seeking a forever home.
(Picture: Dawid Andrzejczak/Triangle News) A woman brought her wedding forward by three months after she was told her Bullmastiff had terminal cancer. Bruce was diagnosed with cancer on 4th December, after Estelle came home from work and noticed his breathing was funny.
So, for a donation to the Seattle Animal Shelter, the couple and their wedding guests received an hour with a litter of six kittens. "We had such a great experience with them that we also want to help other people have the same experience at their weddings," Colleen said.
(Picture: Ethan Allen Residence/SWNS.COM)Boy wore a collar and bow tie and ate dog treats during the vows as 80 guests, most of whom were residents at the home, cheered them on.
Boone stole the show at Angie Blumberg and Jayce Conway's July 28 wedding ceremony at the Rainbow Ranch Lodge in Big Sky, Montana. Angie Blumberg and Jayce Conway, both 30, married in Big Sky, Montana, on July 28 with their Labrador retriever, Boone, standing dutifully by their sides.