Does Your Dog Have Enough Pet --Agree To Take Part In Your Wedding Ceremony?

You'll see find out who's boss when your husband-to-be nixes your pet's presence.

If you have a free-spirited animal, he may resist walking down the aisle in a manner that you'd prefer. Picture your pup dressed in a miniature tux trotting down the aisle as the ring bearer.

Heidi Ganahl, CEO and Founder of Camp Bow Wow, North America's largest and fastest growing pet care franchise and INC 5000 company, offers some tips for parents of pets.

If you are open to an outdoor wedding, including Rover my be an easier option. Warn your family and guests in advance of your pet's presence in case any of them wheeze and sneeze around four-legged critters.

Don't let your pet unattended. Designate someone as the dog's sitter or ire a Home Buddies Professional to take on the responsibility of walking and cares for your pet during and after the ceremony.