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SAO PAULO -

A four-legged wedding crasher not only stole the bride's big moment, but her (and the groom's) heart.

Marília and Matheus Pieroni hoped for an outdoor wedding ceremony last month, but a storm quickly changed their plans and they moved the celebration into a tent.  At the same time, a stray dog happened to be looking for a dry place to wait out the storm, NBC affiliate WCMH-TV Columbus reports.

Wedding guests tried to shoo the muddy dog away, but he continued to come back. The moment the bride was supposed to walk in, the dog decided to strut down the aisle.

Guests worked quickly to remove the determined dog and everything went as planned.

That is, until it came time for the vows.

The dog once again made a surprise appearance, decided to take a nap on Marílla’s veil.

The dog stayed through the ceremony, and the reception until the rain stopped, eventually leaving on his own accord.  

You’d think the story would be the end of the story, but it isn't.

The couple decided if they could find their wedding crasher, they would adopt him.

Enlisting help from the community, someone tipped the couple off to the dog's location.

Eventually they found their extra wedding guest, brought him home and gave him a name: Snoop.

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