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These two canine have tied the leash!
The yappy couple met whereas occurring leisurely strolls.
Two chihuahuas, 8-year-old Chester and 1-year-old Izzy, acquired married with a garden-themed ceremony and surrounded by their family members, together with their house owners and greater than 90 canine.
“Chester fell deeply in love with Izzy from the native walks that we do,” his proprietor Mandy Willow instructed CheshireLive. “Chester goes completely mad for her, screaming for her and meets her on the automobile.”
Izzy’s proprietor, Stephanie Rice, got here up with the concept for an precise marriage ceremony, which was to assist elevate cash for the Cheshire Sighthound Rescue.
“Quite a lot of the cash we’re elevating for the sighthound charity,” Rice stated. “We’ve accomplished plenty of themed occasions elevating cash: We’ve accomplished RSPCA, the Manchester and Cheshire canine residence.”
Willow added that they do a number of totally different charity occasions, together with “Santa Paws” at Christmas.
“So, we do various things and every time it’s going to be for a unique canine charity,” she stated.
The couple went all out by exchanging rings, sausages and vows.
The pooches promised to, “all the time play collectively; to care for his or her puppies, be their one or one-hundred-and-one; to share their favourite toys; to guard their homes from the evil mailman and to solely sniff one another’s butts from now till eternally,” in line with CheshireLive.
The officiant was an 18-month outdated greyhound named Stan who was assisted by “skilled celebrant” Rebecca Knapper.
“I’ve by no means accomplished a canine marriage ceremony earlier than,” she instructed CheshireLive. “I wish to do that on a regular basis now.”
She talked about, “I spent a fortnight getting in as many canine puns as I may.”
They had been held by their “mother and father” to help them in slicing their eight-tier and dog-friendly cake earlier than being positioned in a stroller connected with tin cans as they rode off with their tongues flapping within the wind.