Adorable stray dog crashes wedding and ends up finding his forever home
Most wedding crashers are unwelcome guests. However, Douglas Robert and Tamíris Muzini welcomed their wedding crasher with open arms.
D.G. Sciortino

Most wedding crashers are unwelcome guests. However, Douglas Robert and Tamíris Muzini welcomed their wedding crasher with open arms.

They even took him home and made him an official part of their family. Muzini spotted the stray dog outside the church before her grand entrance on her special day.

That doggo then decided to fancy himself as one of her guests and started mingling with those who got a formal invite.

Muzini said the dog’s presence was quite the surprise.

“I was surprised. I thought, ‘Look, there’s a dog inside the church,’” she told The Dodo. “My heart melted.”

And like a good wedding guest, the dog didn’t just stay for the party. He was there to witness the entire ceremony to see Muzini and Robert be joined in a blessed union.

He did get a little sleepy and had a little nap at the end of the aisle though.

But when the ceremony was over he was right there with the rest of the guests, greeting the newly wed couple.

But Muzini sensed that the dog had more than just well wishes for her and her new husband.

He actually had a request.

“When he greeted us at the end so, he asked: ‘Take me home. Take me,'” Muzini said.

Since they were already making a family that day, Muzini and Robert figured they might as well add a third party to their union.

The dog, who the couple named Braiá Caramelo, was likely very happy to be with a new loving family.

It is suspected that his past wasn’t so kind to him and neither were the people in it.

According to Muzini’s Instagram page, an x-ray revealed that Braiá Caramelo’s paw was broken so they had to put him in a cast.

The veterinarian also found a scar on the doggo’s belly, which may have been from something that his past owners used to tie him up with. The bruise on his muzzle suggests that he may have been kicked.

“He’s so loving. Despite everything he’s been through, he still believes in the goodness of people,” Muzini said. “He gives us hope.”

But Muzini and Robert don’t really see themselves as having “saved” Braiá Caramelo.

It’s actually quite the opposite.

“He is very content, very energetic, and full of life,” Muzini said, reflecting upon the moment they met. “Really, he adopted us.”

Braiá Caramelo and his new family’s story ended up going viral all over the local and international news.

Many were happy to see Braiá Caramelo in a new happy home and grateful to his new parents.

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By D.G. Sciortino
D.G. is a contributing writer in Shareably. She's based in Connecticut and can be reached at