Dogs in weddings – what’s not to love? Make your wedding unique and create memories with your furry family by including your dog in your wedding. When it comes to unconditional love, there’s nothing like the bond between you and your dog, so surely you’ll want your best four-legged friend involved in your marriage ceremony. Your Pet Care Specialist will help to keep your special day worry free by ensuring that your pet receives loving care during your wedding and reception so you can celebrate and enjoy your wedding day with your guests. Whether your pet’s role in your ceremony is large or small, we are happy to assist. We provide a broad spectrum of professional services, from on-site pet wrangling to dressing up your pet in their wedding best.
All Wedding Pet Attendant packages include a complimentary one-hour consultation giving you and your pet the opportunity to get to know your Pet Care Specialist. If you’re not a current client, we require three scheduled walks before your wedding so your Pet Care Specialist and your dog can establish a bond.
When you are ready to request wedding services, our Client Portal makes it easy to self-schedule, giving you the freedom to choose which service works best for you, and provides a secure way to complete your payment. We also include transportation to and from your venue. Your dog will get exercise and go potty before your ceremony, and depending on the package you’ve selected, your dog’s Pet Care Specialist will be available to care for your dog during photo shoots, walking down the aisle and any other role you have planned for your pup in your wedding.
After your wedding, we will ensure your fur-baby has settled in nicely at home with fresh water, food, and plenty of love and affection. You will receive an update to your conversation feed featuring pet taxi GPS tracking, notes, photos, and a detailed report card from your Pet Care Specialist.
Packages include time to pick up, arrive on location, and drop off your pet (or we can meet your pet at the venue). Minimum of two hours required.