Offbeat Dogs Don Gowns and Tuxedos During Valentine's Day Wedding Ceremony

13:43  13 february  2018
13:43  13 february  2018 Source:   Inside Edition

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Dogs Don Gowns and Tuxedos During Valentine's Day Wedding Ceremony © Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. Dogs Don Gowns and Tuxedos During Valentine's Day Wedding Ceremony This must be a case of puppy love.

Dozens of dogs of all ages and breeds donned wedding gowns and tuxedos to tie the knot in a pre-Valentine’s Day celebration over the weekend in Lima, Peru.

Owners walked their dogs down the aisle on a leash to exchange vows and growls before they were presented with an official marriage certificate, complete with paw prints of the bride and groom.

The reception featured balloons, pet-friendly cakes decorated with puppy toppers and plenty of photo ops.

The Pet Valentine 2018 requires bride and groom pups to be spayed or neutered and is held annually to encourage pet owners to be responsible about canine overpopulation.

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The streets of Mosul have seen plenty of blood, but on Wednesday the Iraqi city's markets were red with Valentine's Day gifts instead -- for the first time since the end of jihadist rule. Shops did a brisk trade selling plastic roses and heart-shaped balloons, something that under their former jihadist rulers would have been a crime punishable by death.Student Rafal Fathi donned a full-length black abaya and headed to a market in Muthana district to buy a red teddy bear."When I get home, I'm going to dress differently for the occasion," said the 22-year-old. Asked who the gift was for, she blushed and refused to say.

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