The Seven-year-old Indian girl was told to wed the stray after her upper teeth arrived before her lower teeth.
A girl was forced to marry a dog because her superstitious family thought her teeth had brought them bad luck.
Seven-year-old Shivam Munda was told to wed the stray after her upper teeth arrived before her lower teeth.
Her father Kundan, a coal miner, said it was a bad omen and had brought an "evil eye" on her and her family.
He added that by marrying the dog, she would remove the eye's spell and be free to marry a man later.
The Santhal tribal marriage ceremony was part of three days of traditional festivities in Dhanbad, a town in Bihar, eastern India.