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Monday, October 17, 2005


This is a beautiful Doggie Tail, from Aberdeen, in Scotland…

A DOG-MAD couple avoided a family row by making their pooch best man at their wedding.

Jan Farry, 55, and Graham Guyan, 45, wanted their day to go off without a hitch but the men in the family were vying for the starring roles. So the animal lovers, from Aberdeen, decided they'd let their three pets do the honours at Saturday's ceremony.

So best man Toby, page boy Billy and ring bearer Kinty walked proudly down the aisle with their owners. Magician The dogs even had their own outfits that matched the bride and groom's tartan themed ensembles.

The couple tied the knot at Aberdeen FC's Pittodrie stadium, where they work as cleaners. Their special day also featured a magician and barbershop singers.

Jan said: "We've both got quite big families and lots of friends and they all wanted to be in on the action.”We didn't want anyone to be upset or feel left out and we love our dogs to bits, so having them take the main roles solved a lot of problems. "It worked out perfectly because everyone had a great day and, most important of all, the dogs behaved themselves."

Boxer Toby trotted Jan down the aisle and gave her away. Cross Border collie Kinty carried the rings in a special pouch tied round her neck, while Billy, also a Boxer, played page boy.

The couple exchanged vows in front of the Rev George Goldie, who said: "One of the things we learn to do in married life is to share. "You've shared today with your family of dogs as well as family and a great number of friends. "Home is a place for family, be they children or dogs."

Jan added: "It wouldn't have been the same without the dogs.

And everyone settled into their kennels on their honeymoon, and they all barked happily ever after! ;)


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