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Tom Cook’s Workday Dog Break – Dog Ruins Marriage Proposal [Video]

I always think it’s nice when people involve their kids or pets in marriage proposals and the wedding, in general. Unfortunately, with both kids AND pets, things don’t always go as planned.

That’s definitely the case in this video. This guy just wanted to have video evidence of the moment that he asked the love of his life to marry him, but the dog had other plans. 

Now, these two will just have to rely on their memories when they want to relive that special moment. BUT, it does give them a pretty funny story to tell their kids some day when they ask about it.

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