How do you have a dog at your wedding?  Involve a pet coordinator

How do you have a dog at your wedding? Involve a pet coordinator

It was supposed to be Bieber’s grand entrance.

Amy Fiala was taking care of her two-year-old black Lab while they waited for the wedding to begin. Now it’s time to deliver. The bridesmaid, in her forest green gown, will escort Bieber to the altar to pose with the rest of the bridal party while her attendants say “I do.”

Fiala knew how things were supposed to work. Pepper will jump down the aisle.

AwwwwEveryone will laugh. They always do.

Then Bieber started sniffing the floor. Sniff. Sniff.

It could only mean one thing, and Fiala knew it would be a disaster. big one. one of the worst.

Pepper had to poop.

Phila is practically terrified. This cannot happen. not here. After all, while you pledge your love to The One, you don’t want to watch your dog go number two.

But that’s why the bride rented elephants. Bieber’s business was her business.

Let’s take a quick walkI believed.

The 42-year-old directs A Wedding Tail Dog Time Services game In Austin, Texas. She and her 10 staff members work the wedding circuit, handling dogs during the couple’s big day.

Amy Fiala runs A Wedding Tail by Game Time Dog Services in Austin, Texas.  She and her 10 staff members work the wedding circuit, handling dogs during the couple's big day.

Years ago, including a pet in a traditional wedding might have been a little too verboten. (What if he lunges for the cake?)

As pets have become a part of everyday life for couples, they are starting to show up on the most important days of their lives.

But whether the pet belongs to one half or both of the happy couple, the people at the altar have their hands full. So the task of dealing with Dog of Honor might have fallen to a distant cousin or nephew who has a collection of jerky treats.

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