Honeymoon scrapped to pay for dog's op
A newlywed couple cancelled their dream £7,500 honeymoon in Las Vegas - to pay for an operation for their pet dog.
Claire and Ceri Morgan were set to fly off on their luxury break when they discovered American bulldog Teeto had cancer.
Mr Morgan, 36, a grage worker, from Morriston, South Wales, said: "We were looking forward to our dream honeymoon but Teeto had to come first.
"He's such a special dog, we had no hesitation. We had to use the money for his vets bills."
Since his diagnosis Teeto has had his right leg amputated to fight the cancer in his right shoulder.
He has also undergone a course of chemotherapy but is now said to be doing well.
Mrs Morgan, 26, added: "We told the vet that it didn't matter about the money, just do whatever it takes to make him better.
"We can go on honeymoon again when we've saved up but a dog is for life and we want Teeto around for a lot longer."
The couple became concerned about Teeto last July when he began to walk with a limp.
However, it wasn't until they watched a TV programme where a dog with similar symptoms was diagnosed with cancer that everything fell into place.
As well as forfeiting their honeymoon, the couple also travelled more than 80 miles from their home every three weeks for Teeto's chemotherapy.