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WATCH: Couple Get Their Dog To Film Their Wedding – The Results? INCREDIBLE!

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Roan Mountain, Tennessee. Deep in the snowy Appalachian mountains a couple are getting married. It’s a low key affair, but because the surroundings are so beautiful, it was always going to be a spectacular day. And it gets better… The happy couple have ditched the idea of the traditional wedding photographer. Instead, they got their DOG to film it all. Yep, really!

Addie and Marshall Burnette ‘hired’ their husky Ryder to capture the events of the day (he didn’t charge much – just a few treats…). By affixing a GoPro camera to him, he was able to enjoy himself in the mountains, attend his best friends’ wedding AND film it all for them. And the results are truly quite wonderful.

We love dogs here and we think this was a wonderful way of involving your favorite pet on your special day. This is a real charmer… Enjoy!

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