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Local residents invite canine owners to ‘walk your dog down the aisle into history’

Naperville neighbors Deb Waite and Jen Dietz, both members of New Start Dog Rescue, invite dog owners to “walk your dog down the aisle and into history” on Sun., Oct. 2, 2022. That’s the date that’s been set for Diamonds in the Ruff to break the Guinness World Record of 178 dog “couples” getting hitched at Northwestern Medicine Field in Geneva.

Members of New Start Dog Rescue are eager for dog owners to register by Sept. 28, 2022, in order to help break the Guinness World Record of 178 dog “couples” during a mass wedding ceremony at Northwestern Medicine Field in Geneva on Oct. 2, 2022.

Simply put, canine owners are welcome to sign up their dogs to participate, then the dogs and their owners show up and are matched up with another dog for the “puptials” ceremony, after which all dogs return home with their owners.

The largest dog wedding ceremony welcomes up to 5,111 dog couples with a goal to raise $100,000 while breaking a Guinness World Record and saving the lives of rescue dogs and US Veterans in the process.

Registration is $25 per dog. Every penny (that’s 100 percent!) of the registration fees will be donated to the participating animal charity groups with 50 percent going to K9s for Warriors and the remaining 50 percent being split between the other participating animal charity groups.

“Martin Rees, renowned magician and five-time Guinness record breaker will be the emcee,” emailed Dietz. “People Magazine will be there, and it will be live-streamed globally. We just need more people to register (by Sept. 28, 2022) to wed their dogs so we can break the record and raise the much-needed monies for veterans and rescues.”

For complete details and a link to the brief entertaining video featuring Martin Rees, who aims to do his magic for K9s for Warriors and rescue dogs, visit www.largestdogwedding.com/About_Us.

Northwestern Medicine Field is located at 34W002 Cherry Lane, Geneva, IL.

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