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Sirius of the Week for Jul. 29 - Aug. 4, 2007

This week we feature Suzie, a 60 pound yellow Labrador who is canine "sister" to Lhatie, whom we met last week.

Suzie

Suzie's mom says,

"Suzie is our joint child. My husband and I have been together for 6 years. We both had kids when we married, and had no desire for any more. So Suzie is our "child." We tried to get married on her first birthday, but someone else had reserved that day at the place we'd selected for our wedding (on private property, outside by a river). We couldn't figure out why the other people felt the need to get married on OUR dog's birthday! So we got married the next week.

special dog

"Suzie is very special to us. When she was 5 months old, she was riding in the back of my husband's truck, something he has always done with his Labs. Suzie, though, saw something she liked on the highway and jumped out.

labrador

"She had extensive surgery to try and repair a badly broken leg. But being a puppy, she ruined the patch job before it was healed. So, $3000 later, she became our 3-legged Labrador. My vet likes to say she is 3/4 Lab."

3/4 lab

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