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Bride transports her dying dog 'Dood' across two states to be the ring bearer

Dood the golden retriever had never left Utah.

So when his owner, Cassidy Williams, got the heartbreaking diagnosis that her best friend was battling terminal bone cancer, she had to find a way to something for him.

Williams, 29, was planning on getting married to her 33-year-old fiance, Matthijs, in Manzanita, a coastal town in Oregon, in early August, and so devised a plan so that Dood, her childhood pet, could be part of the ceremony, WSVN reported.

'We scrambled to figure out what to do,' Williams told the network.

Big day: Cassidy Williams went to great lengths to get her childhood pet Dood - who is dying of bone cancer - from Utah to her beach wedding in Manzanita, Oregon. She is seen here with Dood and husband Matthijs. Picture by natalyajenneyphotography.weebly.com
 

Big day: Cassidy Williams went to great lengths to get her childhood pet Dood - who is dying of bone cancer - from Utah to her beach wedding in Manzanita, Oregon.

She is seen here with Dood and husband Matthijs. Picture by natalyajenneyphotography.weebly.com

Dood had 'lived in a bubble' all his life in Utah and had never seen the ocean before the wedding. He is suffering bone cancer but his symptoms are low for time being. Photo by natalyajenneyphotography.weebly.com 

Dood had 'lived in a bubble' all his life in Utah and had never seen the ocean before the wedding. He is suffering bone cancer but his symptoms are low for time being. Photo by natalyajenneyphotography.weebly.com 

Making a splash: Williams described the moment that Dood saw the water as amazing

Making a splash: Williams described the moment that Dood saw the water as amazing

Cassidy Williams said Dood was a little hesitant of the water at first but quickly embraced it 
 

Cassidy Williams said Dood was a little hesitant of the water at first but quickly embraced it 

Last hurrah: Williams will return to Utah this weekend to say goodbye to her childhood pet Dood 

Last hurrah: Williams will return to Utah this weekend to say goodbye to her childhood pet Dood 

Williams and her family decided that her dad could cancel his flight to Oregon and drive instead.

While the journey was a long 13 hours, they believed Dood would be fine.

Once they arrived, the dog would both be the ring bearer at the wedding and see the ocean for the first time.

Tragically, it would also be the last.  

 

'Dood has always lived in a little bubble,' Williams told WSVN.

Dood’s owner, Cassidy Williams, said the 5-year-old Golden Retriever was diagnosed with terminal bone cancer on his skull in July. Picture by natalyajenneyphotography.weebly.com
 

Dood’s owner, Cassidy Williams, said the 5-year-old Golden Retriever was diagnosed with terminal bone cancer on his skull in July. Picture by natalyajenneyphotography.weebly.com

Williams described the moment that Dood saw the water as amazing.

'He was so happy, he had so much energy,' she said.

With Dood now back in Utah, Williams will travel home to say goodbye to her dog this weekend.

Williams said the wedding was perfect and Dood got to see the ocean before the cancer takes him. They do not know how long he has to live. Picture by natalyajenneyphotography.weebly.com 

Williams said the wedding was perfect and Dood got to see the ocean before the cancer takes him. They do not know how long he has to live. Picture by natalyajenneyphotography.weebly.com 



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