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Here Come the Dogs.


Dogs play an important role in a couple’s life and for many, family festivities are not complete without them. As a result, it is becoming more common for couples to customize their wedding parties to include their dogs.


Dogs can take on various roles


including ring bearer, part of the bridal party, raising a paw of support, being held by the bride instead of a flower bouquet or even be a surprise guest for either the bride, groom or guests on the big day. The growing trend of including


dogs in a wedding has even spawned a relatively new service - that of a pet wedding assistant. FairyTail Pet Care in Tampa specializes in what they refer to as Wedding Day Pet Coordination. Before giving your pet a specific


role in the ceremony, think about whether this will be fun for him. Will your dog feel comfortable around your guests? Is he obedient and well- behaved? Even the most outgoing and friendly dog can become overwhelmed by a crowd. If you think your dog might be skittish at the wedding but still want to involve him, consider hav- ing someone carry him or letting him ride in a decorated wagon. First and foremost, confirm that


dogs, other than service dogs, are allowed in your ceremony venue. Second, don’t jeopardize safety for style. If you’re planning on dressing your dog, make sure he or she is com- fortable dressing up. Consider keeping the accessories simple - perhaps a bow tie or flower attached to the collar. Of course, make sure any flowers or plants being used at the wedding are not toxic to dogs. Notify your photographer so


he/she can prep. Even better, consider hiring a pet photographer experienced in capturing those special, unplanned moments with dogs.


The Alfond Inn, Winter Park. Amanda, the bride, is holding Paisley. Aaron, the groom, is holding Abby.


28 THE NEW BARKER www.TheNewBarker.com


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