Rescue Dogs Joined In Holy 'Mutt-Rimony' At Doylestown Dog Park - New York News

Rescue Dogs Joined In Holy 'Mutt-Rimony' At Doylestown Dog Park

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A dog wedding was part of the Holiday House Pet Resort's Barking Bachelorette Dating Series, which pairs dogs together in the hope of finding them new homes. A dog wedding was part of the Holiday House Pet Resort's Barking Bachelorette Dating Series, which pairs dogs together in the hope of finding them new homes.
DOYLESTOWN, Pa. -

It was a wedding day of a different kind in Doylestown Thursday.

Fiona and Chico, two rescue dogs, were united in holy "Mutt-rimony" at the Doylsetown Dog Park.

The wedding even included a bridal party of four-legged bridesmaids and groomsmen.

The entire event was sponsored by the Holiday House Pet Resort's Barking Bachelorette Dating Series, which pairs dogs together in the hope of finding them new homes.

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