We've been patiently waiting for a wedding that would top Prince William and Kate's 2011 nuptials. There have been many close calls, and we haven't even seen Kimye tie yet, meaning the best may be yet to come.
But leave it to a pair of dogs to remind the world just what true puppy love is all about.
Meet Pete and Tally. They're newlyweds, who just happen to have furry paws (to have and to hold), wagging tails (for better, for worse) and an enduring love for each other (until death do they part).
Like all great love stories, their fairy tale has unfolded on Instagram, from those nerve-wracking first dates to their wedding day.
As Miley Cyrus mourns the death of her dog Floyd, she's found herself a cutie who's happy to lend a paw.
The singer, 21, took to Twitter on Friday to introduce fans to Moonie, a new doggy addition from her mother, Tish.
"My mama knew my heart was broken & this morning I woke up to Moonie kisses," she wrote, adding, "No one could ever replace my baby Floyd but this precious angel is lendin me some fur to cry on along with my other babies."
Home. Some pets never have one to call their own. We'd like to help change that by introducing you to an extraordinary adoptable pet every week. In honor of Adopt-a-Greyhound Month, we'd like you to meet Missy, a 3-year-old former racing dog who has been waiting too long for her forever home.
This beautiful and friendly pup comes from good stock, with both of her parents having made names for themselves on the track. Missy (short for Missing You) was adopted into a loving home shortly after she retired from racing, but sadly she was returned when the family decided they no longer had time for her.
There's a long history at PEOPLE Pets of animals carrying out the dreams of our editors. Last September, Joseph Gordon-Levitt planted a kiss on a kitten. Before that, Tom Hardy puckered up to a pooch. Today, we add two more to that illustrious list: a pair of huskies fortunate enough to cuddle Benedict Cumberbatch.
The British actor recently graced the cover of High Life magazine, the in-flight publication of British Airways, and the cover story's writer took to Twitter to share some precious outtakes from the shoot.
Tuesday proved to be a sad day for Miley Cyrus, who announced on Twitter that her dog Floyd has died.
"I don't wanna say it because I don't want it to be real... But my precious baby Floyd has passed away," she wrote. "I am broken."
She added: "I know I don't mean it but I wish he would've taken me with him this is unbearable. What am I gonna do without him?"
No bones about it: Hank the dog is here to stay – fur-ever!
The unofficial mascot for the Milwaukee Brewers, a former stray who wandered into the baseball team's complex during spring training in Phoenix, Ariz., ruled Opening Day Monday at Miller Park in Milwaukee, Wis.
Watch this video of a dog enjoying his first day at the beach, and you might not notice anything different at first.
But look a little closer at the excited pup hopping along the sand, and you'll see that the dog is missing something: back legs.
The 9-month-old boxer named Duncan Lou Who was born with severely deformed rear legs that needed to be removed – but that hasn't slowed him down one bit.
Diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury and PTSD after tours of duty in Kuwait and Iraq, Army Sgt. Adam Renteria, 32, struggled in his return to civilian life.
"I felt this disconnection from everybody and everything – family, friends and from myself," he says.
Though treatment and therapy helped, Renteria found himself backsliding into anxiety and depression upon hearing of the Colorado movie theater shooting in July 2012. "That was a real trigger for me. I got really angry," he says. "I couldn't exist out in public."
A police dog named Bruno is recovering after being shot during a parole check in Anaheim, Calif.
The 7-year-old German Shepherd had emergency surgery to remove a bullet from his lung and repair his jaw after a man began shooting at police officers on March 20. Bruno was injured after guiding officers to where Robert Moreno Jr., a known gang member, was hiding.
"The dog alerted that the suspect was hiding behind a trash can. As they went up, the suspect stood up and started shooting at the direction of the officers and purposely aimed at the dog, shooting the dog," Anaheim Police Lt. Tim Schmidt told CBS Los Angeles.
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