Bobby Bones and Caitlin Parker’s July seventeenth wedding ceremony was a surprising yard fete. Bobby spoke to HL concerning the stunning nuptials & how they made positive they had been current all night time.
Whereas everybody loves snapping away when the bride walks down the aisle, or taking selfies together with your +1 on the dance ground, Bobby Bones and Caitlin Parker carried out a ‘No Cellphone’ rule at their July seventeenth wedding ceremony, and the radio host says it made it all of the distinction. “Some folks had informed us that the night time goes to fly by and we’re simply going to take footage the entire time. And we had been like, ‘We don’t wish to try this,’” Bobby defined on the HollywoodLife Podcast, whereas discussing his ongoing partnership with DogChow for Service Canine Consciousness Month. “So we had a examine in spot, and it was proper by her storage, and everyone checked their telephones. And I bear in mind the marriage — each a part of it — it didn’t sweep me away, due to the no telephones rule. It was actually wonderful.”
Whereas Bobby was in command of getting the performers for the massive day, he admitted that Caitlin did just about “all the pieces else.” “I’m not going to take any credit score for planning the marriage as a result of when it occurred, it was all sort of a shock to me as soon as I acquired there! She discovered loads on Pinterest and labored with the marriage planner,” he mentioned. “We simply had such an amazing wedding ceremony.” The DWTS alum added that on his aspect of the marriage day planning, he acquired Dan + Shay, Ronnie Dunn and Gary LeVox from Rascal Flatts to every take the stage for particular performances. “The very fact that there have been no telephones, everybody was capable of simply be within the second and luxuriate in it. And it was a very particular night time,” Bobby added.
This September, Bobby has as soon as once more joined forces with DogChow and its fourth annual Service Canine Salute marketing campaign to convey consciousness to the model’s new documentary quick movie that highlights the life-changing advantages service canines can present to veterans experiencing post-traumatic stress dysfunction (PTSD). Titled “Even Heroes Want Heroes,” the movie follows three veterans on their distinctive journeys of hope and therapeutic alongside a PTSD service canine.
“I noticed a few years in the past that it prices $20,000 to get a service canine to a service member that comes again and has PTSD, and you’d suppose that we might have all of the instruments for our veterans after they come again, however typically we don’t. And so they’re left making an attempt to fend for themselves,” Bobby defined. Final yr, Bobby and DogChow labored to get the PAWS Act enacted, which requires the Division of Veterans Affairs (VA) to implement a grant program for the aim of pairing service canines with eligible veterans. Now, the objective is to get the funding for that to occur.
“The objective is for folks to see this documentary. Hopefully, they’re moved by it. After which hopefully, they can assist after they watch the documentary,” Bobby mentioned. The brand new documentary, viewable at DogChow.com/service, options veteran and PTSD service canine pairs Shannon and Pepper, Tishawna and Archie, and Andy and Thanos, as they learn to navigate post-service challenges reminiscent of night time terrors, emotional detachment and hypervigilance.