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Woman marries her dog on live television

Posted on Thursday, 1 August, 2019 | Comment icon 45 comments

Is marrying your dog the next big thing ? Image Credit: YouTube / This Morning
A woman has tied the knot with her canine companion during a bizarre ceremony on British morning television.
During an interview on Tuesday, 49-year-old Elizabeth Hoad told hosts Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford on ITV's 'This Morning' that after 220 dates and four failed engagements she has essentially given up on trying to find a man and has instead settled for her Golden Retriever, Logan.

"He's saved me and I've saved him," she said. "I was broken before I got him."

The segment was then followed up by a firmly tongue-in-cheek wedding ceremony which saw Hoad marry the canine groom - who was dressed in a suit and top hat - live on air.

While the peculiar event left viewers scratching their heads, this is not actually the first time that someone has married a dog.
Back in 2009, Wilhelmina Morgan Callaghan from Northern Ireland married her yorkshire terrier, Henry. When asked why she'd married the dog, she said "dogs are better than men."

Another woman, 55-year-old Lilly Smartelli from Arizona, plans to marry her poodle-cross Bernie.

"He's always there for me," she said. "He listens, and he loves me no matter what."

"What more could a woman want ?"

You can view Elizabeth Hoad's interview and wedding to Logan the dog in the video below.

Source: The Guardian | Comments (45)

Tags: Dog, Marriage

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #36 Posted by Impedancer on 2 August, 2019, 6:28
Scooby doo where are you
Comment icon #37 Posted by pixiii on 2 August, 2019, 7:20
Sorry my bad, I should've added, if no other human beings and/or animals are being hurt by these people in their quest to find love or gain notoriety whatever the case may be.....Then good luck to them.   They're not picky, that's for sure.  
Comment icon #38 Posted by Coil on 2 August, 2019, 11:51
In Christianity, the passion for animals is considered sinful, and the Christian philosopher Thomas Aquinas, along with homosexuality, attributes this to the most serious sins.The ban on bestiality in Islam is based on the Qur'an, Sunnah and hadith of the Prophet Muhammad. Hadiths provide for the death penalty for people involved in the act of bestiality. In the American Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, beginning with the 1987 revision DSM-III-R, sexual relations between humans and animals, as well as their preferences, are no longer classified as pathological unless thes... [More]
Comment icon #39 Posted by Hawken on 2 August, 2019, 12:25
I bet she gets jealous if the dog sniffs other dogs.
Comment icon #40 Posted by Berwen on 2 August, 2019, 14:27
I do hope this couple don't breed and if they do have children what would they be called, "Hairless Whackos" Will the lucky dog need a passport if they travel? 
Comment icon #41 Posted by mdbuilder on 2 August, 2019, 14:54
I hope she's a responsible dog lover. The last thing we need is more unwanted liberals wandering the streets...
Comment icon #42 Posted by Impedancer on 2 August, 2019, 15:16
Do you know why dogs lick their bum ?   (Because they can) :-D
Comment icon #43 Posted by Scholar4Truth on 2 August, 2019, 16:49
I was reading about the Princeton Professor Peter Singer, and it seems he defends bestiality. His claim is as long as the animal consents its ok. 
Comment icon #44 Posted by qxcontinuum on 3 August, 2019, 1:27
It's called beastiality... Sad sad world
Comment icon #45 Posted by LightAngel on 3 August, 2019, 3:56
There was "Freak Show" in the old days - mentally ill people are the new "Freak Show". However, she needs help.......... not ridicule!    

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