Stray Dog That Crashes Couple’s Wedding Becomes Third Member of the New Family


  • Douglas Robert and Tamiris Muzini were surprised to find out that a dog crashed their wedding.
  • The dog stayed throughout the ceremony and greeted the couple with enthusiasm when they made their way out of the church after their vows.
  • The newlyweds decided to adopt the dog and made him part of their new family.

When Douglas Robert and Tamíris Muzini said their vows, they were not expecting to make another vow to be fur parents and provide a forever home for a dog.  But they did because the adorable pup crashed their wedding!

The dog was mingling with the wedding guests when Muzini arrived for her bridal walk at the church. She recalled, “I was surprised. I thought, ‘Look, there’s a dog inside the church. My heart melted.”

Photo Credit: Tamiris Muzini

The dog watched from the doorway all throughout the ceremony and seemed to know what would happen next. 

Photo Credit: @meriguetifotografia (Instagram)

And when the priest officially declared the couple as husband and wife and started walking towards the church’s doors, the dog excitedly greeted them!  The couple felt the heartfelt wishes from an innocent being. Muzini said, “When he greeted us at the end so, he asked: ‘Take me home. Take me.'”

Photo Credit: @meriguetifotografia (Instagram)

And adopt him, they did.  Making their vow to be the two of us together turn into the three of us together as they now include the dog.

Photo Credit: Tamiris Muzini

Judging from the injuries that still show on the dog’s body, they think that he must have suffered from abuse and neglect in his past life. The dog is now named Braiá Caramelo and is living a content and very energetic life with the couple in his forever home. Muzini said, “He’s so loving. Despite everything he’s been through, he still believes in the goodness of people. He gives us hope.”

Not bad for a wedding crasher, huh?

Source: The Dodo


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kurt gandenberger

what a beautiful story. praise God from whom all blessings flow.

My partner in life was so heartbroken when her companion Mattie, a sweet and loving dog passed away. Before she passed away, we took in Mia from a family who loved Mia but Mia was being overwhelmed by two large dogs. They ;eft Mia at out home overnight to see how she would adopt and were happy that Mia was happy in her new surroundings. Mia was a huge help in comforting Kat, my partner and since Mia is only five years old will be around for many years and truly a member of the family.