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Your Dogs attending your Wedding




Here are 5 tips to have dogs for as part of your wedding:

  1. Choose a wedding venue that is pet-friendly. Not all venues allow pets, so it's important to check in advance. You may also want to consider having your wedding outdoors, where your dog will have more space to roam.

  2. Make sure your dog is well-behaved and socialized. Weddings can be overwhelming for even the most well-adjusted dog, so it's important to make sure your dog is comfortable around large crowds and other animals. If your dog is not well-behaved, consider hiring a professional dog sitter or trainer to help them prepare for the big day.

  3. Give your dog a specific job to do. This will help them feel more involved in the wedding and less anxious. Some popular jobs for dogs in weddings include:

  • Ring bearer or flower girl

  • Greeting guests at the entrance

  • Walking down the aisle with the bride and groom

  • Posing for photos

  1. Have a backup plan. Things don't always go according to plan on wedding days, so it's important to have a backup plan in case your dog gets stressed or anxious. This could include having a friend or family member take your dog home early or having a professional dog sitter on hand.

  2. Most importantly, have fun! Including your dog in your wedding is a great way to make your day even more special and memorable. Just relax, enjoy the moment, and let your furry friend shine.

Here are some additional tips:

  • Acclimate your dog to the wedding venue ahead of time. Bring them there for a few visits so they can get familiar with the surroundings and smells.

  • Have a designated person to be responsible for your dog on the wedding day. This could be a friend, family member, or professional dog sitter.

  • Make sure your dog has access to food, water, and a shady spot to rest throughout the day.

  • Be prepared for any accidents. Bring a leash, poop bags, and extra water and food.

  • Most importantly, relax and enjoy your special day! Having your dog there to celebrate with you will make it even more memorable.

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