Is your dog called Harry or Meghan?

30 Apr 2018

Give your beloved 'Harry' or 'Meghan' the chance to enjoy the VIP treatment by entering to win a photo shoot, dog food and royal recognition

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Norfolk-based business Barking Mad has announced its search for Harry and Meghan's canine equivalents.

In celebration of the royal nuptials on Saturday 19th May, the wedding dog-sitting service has launched the competition to find the perfect pooch pairing and is looking for dogs named Harry, Meghan/Megan, or Meg. 

The winning dogs will appear on the Barking Mad website and social media channels, as well as scooping a professional photo shoot and dog food from Burgess. 

To be in with a chance to win, owners should submit a photograph of their royally named pet in suitable VIP attire such as a bow tie or flower adorned collar - with utmost safety and comfort in mind - via the Barking Mad Facebook page

Commenting on the business, Helen Tyler, founder of Barking Mad South Norwich, says: “Our dog wedding chaperone service was born out of our understanding that dogs really are part of the family and to help our customers include their beloved pet in their big day."

"We wanted to create an experience which dog owners would treasure, while allowing them to relax and enjoy their special day without worrying about dog care. We ensure the happiness and welfare of four-legged special guests, and provide fantastic photo opportunities to help them to make precious memories.”

For the competition's full T&Cs, visit www.barkingmad.uk.com/competition/

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