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The Dogs Trust has warned owners to think twice before taking their pets to weddings because they can be stressful and eating the luxury fruit cake can make them sick. (stock image)

Animal welfare experts warn of the latest trend, because many dog ​​owners bring their pets to accompany them down the aisle at their WEDDING

  • Couples are warned that not every dog ​​should attend a wedding
  • Animal Charity Dogs Trust urged dog owners to ensure that pets do not get stressed
  • It was also proposed to avoid excessive fruit pies that could make the animals sick
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It is one of the more bizarre wedding trends of recent times, where dog lovers take their pets to walk down the aisle.

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But although Fido may look cute on the wedding photos, couples are warned that not every dog ​​should have his big day.

Animal welfare charity organization Dogs Trust has told owners to "view your day from the perspective of your dog" and make a plan to ensure that pets are not overly stressed by the wedding celebrations.

The Dogs Trust has warned owners to think twice before taking their pets to weddings because they can be stressful and eating the luxury fruit cake can make them sick. (stock image)

The Dogs Trust has warned owners to think twice before taking their pets to weddings because they can be stressful and eating the luxury fruit cake can make them sick. (stock image)

It proposed to get rid of luxury, layered fruit pies or chocolate cakes that could make dogs sick if guests decide to steal a few pieces, and to take care of the bridal flowers and flower arrangements to ensure that they are not toxic to dogs. This can seriously limit the options, because popular choices such as Easter lilies and peonies are especially toxic if swallowed.

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In addition to investing in some dance lessons for the groom, the Dogs Trust also proposed additional training lessons for your pet for the occasion. Developing behaviors such as politely and calmly greeting people would make the day go smoother.

It also advised to designate someone who was 'doggie duty' so that the bride and groom could relax, and designate a small space only for the dog, with their bed and some of their favorite toys, where they are on a stranger place. "It is a huge compliment to trust someone with your dog, and the dog knowledge among your friends and family will probably want to make your day as special as it can be and perhaps be happy to help," the advice said.

A spokesperson added: "Some dogs may just feel better and will not come along at all.

"It is important to respect your dog's feelings, so if they are struggling, it is a gift for them to make plans to have them somewhere else. You can involve them in other ways, for example by taking different photos of them as your table centers. & # 39;

The Dogs Trust also suggested additional training lessons for your pet for the big day

The Dogs Trust also suggested additional training lessons for your pet for the big day

The Dogs Trust also suggested additional training lessons for your pet for the big day
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The Dogs Trust also suggested additional training lessons for your pet for the big day

The Dogs Trust has also proposed additional training lessons for your pet before the big day to help him cope with the event. (Pictured: Seth Funden and his bride Nicole tie the knot in Washington state with their dog Eva)

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