Elizabeth Hoad married her pet dog, Logan, live on air.

The ceremony, which was officiated by a sniggering Alison Hammond, saw an emotional Elizabeth walk down the aisle in a white dress and a fascinator, accompanied by Eamonn Holmes as the bemused This Morning cast watched from the sideines.

Kem Cetinay was on hand to give a ring to Elizabeth, and she placed a wedding bracelet on the dog's paw while tearfully saying her I do's.

The bizarre ceremony was even packed with doggy vows, as Elizabeth declared: "With my body I promise to take you for daily walkies and all that I have in my doggy treat cupboard I give to you, and all those cuddles on the sofa I share with you."

But even the blushing bride couldn't help but notice Logan – who she rescued from a shelter – didn't look too thrilled as he stood in a top hat and a tuxedo, causing her to sheepishly comment: "He doesn't look very happy does he?"

Speaking to Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford on the famous sofa ahead of her nuptials, Elizabeth explained why she had made the drastic decision, revealing that after four failed engagements and 221 dates she had given up on men for good.

Elizabeth said: "It was like we were meant to meet. He's saved me and I've saved him. I was broken before I got him. I got a dog behaviourist when I first got him and she said he'd saved me."

See the wedding photos bellow:
Woman Tearfully Marries Her Dog After Giving Up On Men (Photos)



Woman Tearfully Marries Her Dog After Giving Up On Men (Photos)

Woman Tearfully Marries Her Dog After Giving Up On Men (Photos)