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You may place the ring on the left paw
By LISA HONEYBONE
Dog's life: Petey and Tiny will tie the knot in a beach wedding on December 19.
Photo: BEN WATSON
Long walks on the beach brought
the happy couple together so it
seemed the perfect place to tie the
Petey the chihuahua pomeranian
cross and Tiny the chihuahua had a
small beach wedding last Sunday.
Petey met Tiny when he joined
her little walking group.
They are both dogs rescued by the
Petey's owner Jenny Mitchell is a
volunteer with the society and came
up with the wedding idea to raise
awareness of the organisation
which is run by volunteers and
relies on donations.
The society rescues animal shel-
ter dogs who are facing euthanasia
then rehabilitates and rehomes
Christmas is a particularly busy
time because people abandon their
pets before the holidays or new ones
Jenny is friends with Tiny's
owners Jennifer and Mackenzie
They all live in Torbay.
Jenny's lifelong friend actress
Lisa Chappell performed the cer-
Tiny was dressed in a Hawaiian
shirt and bow tie and Petey was in
a dress and veil.
Jenny says they're good little
mates who went n on lots of doggy
Donations in lieu of wedding gifts
can be sent to the Humane Society.
Visit www.humanesociety.org.nz for
more information. Film Archive shows music videos of Auckland
View the supercity through the
lens of music videos at the Film
Archive's latest exhibition.
Showing until February 19,
Supercity: Music Videos of
Auckland aims to explore how
video has helped shape popular
culture in the city. Clips range
from 1963 to present, and
include The Android's famous
number, I Don't Want to be in
Auckland Tonight, as well as
classics from the likes of Chris
Knox, Bic Runga and Che Fu.
Iconic landscapes and local
genres are explored with
themes ranging from west coast
beaches to the central city.
Selected directors will be on
hand to talk about their clips
and the stories behind them.
Graffiti art from Gasp will
also be on display. The exhi-
bition screens at The Film
Archive exhibition space, level
one, 300 Karangahape Rd, from
11am to 5pm, Monday to Friday
and 11am to 4pm on Saturdays.
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