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Dog coughs up missing wedding ring -- five years after it disappears

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A Wisconsin woman has her wedding ring back five years after she lost it and she found it in the most unlikely place.

Lois Matykowski says her dog “Tucker” ate an entire popsicle, including the stick. The popsicle did not sit well with Tucker, who ended up vomiting the stick out. But along with the stick came Matykowski’s ring.

“You wouldn’t think he was ten years old by the way he acts,” says Matykowski. “He’s known in the family as the food burglar.”

Matykowski says she looked into the paper towel as she cleaned the vomit and found the wedding ring. The ring had been in Tucker’s stomach the whole time.

“I have my wedding ring back and Tucker is the big dog on campus right now. He’s my hero,” said Matykowski. “I’m just elated that he threw up on the carpeting.”

As a precaution, Matykowksi took Tucker to get x-rays and no more buried treasures were in his stomach.

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