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Dog coughs up lost wedding ring

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BOSTON (WHDH) - Five years after a Wisconsin woman lost her wedding ring, it turned up in an unusual way.

Her dog, Tucker, coughed it up.

The woman and her granddaughter were eating popsicles when Tucker snagged one and swallowed it whole. He later threw it up. A few days later, Tucker started throwing up again but this time, it wasn't a popsicle. It was her ring.

"I have my wedding ring back and Tucker is big dog on campus now. He's my hero," the woman said. "Friends have said I want a dog that throws up diamonds. Who wouldn't, right?"

The woman said she is not even upset Tucker threw up on the carpet.

Tucker will stick to dog treats from now on.
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