Don’t you just love your pets so much that you go to extremes to make them a huge part of your life? This lovely couple is an adorable example, along with their two Malamute dogs named Niko and Phil and a Raggamuffin cat named Milo.
A wedding is perhaps one of the greatest memory a person can have. As for Shane and Emma-Leigh, they wanted their pets to not just be spectators at their wedding but also engage in the ceremony.
No wedding would be complete without the best man and maid of honor. And who better to assume these roles than the dogs themselves?
It sounds like a splendid and exciting idea but the couple had to undergo several challenges to make it happen.
Shane and Emma got turned down multiple times every time they inquired about a potential wedding venue because none of them allowed pets on their premises.
After many searches, they finally found one establishment called The Abbey House Hotel that was willing to have the dogs at the wedding.
While they were considerate to allow the dogs inside the venue, they drew the line with cats for an unspecified reason. While Milo wasn’t able to attend, it still wore a nice bow for the occasion. Surely, he’d understood the restriction;-)
Phil got to wear a neat bowtie collar and attached to his leash was a GoPro camera so it could film every moment thus its buddy, Milo, could watch the proceedings.
Niko was in charge of flowers and adorned with a nice floral collar. At the reception, the guests congratulated the newlyweds and also gave a lot of attention to the two giant furballs.
While it’s customary to have bride and groom figurines on top of the cake, theirs were made out to be of Nick, Phil, and Milo, which proves how much the couple love and adore their pets.
The celebration was indeed terrific and will surely last in their memories. The dogs were so well-behaved and they fulfilled their duties quite elegantly. If you want to check out more of Niko and Phil and their cat buddy, Milo, feel free to visit their Instagram account lifewithmalamutes.
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