It's cute, but the "z" makes it look a little harsh. Try Susie.
Not as bad as Susan, but I still don’t like it.
In 2018, 48 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Suzie* who is registered female with the Social Security Administration. It is the 4, 040th most common female first name for living U.S. citizens.

*as a first name, not a nickname.
My given name is Suzie. As a child I was called Suzie Q or Suze, I resented the fact most people would call me Susan or ask what my real name is. With that aside I love my name it's unique as an original name. I also have climbed the professional ladder and no one has ever made comments negatively basing their own experience with Suzie as a "child's name". I embrace this name and as I get older I will occasionally answer to Sue with close personal friends and family. If you're debating this name for your child... do it! Suzie's are awesome people!
Suzie is the name of Oskar's wife on the cartoon Hey Arnold.
*sings* "Oh Suzie Q, Oh Suzie Q, Oh Suzie Q, baby I love you, Suzie Q"

We named our dog Suzie Q, I really prefer the name Suzie for a dog rather than a girl (no offense).
I would have to say Suzie is more of a pet name or nickname for Suzanne, or Suzanna, not Susan or Susanna, that would be Susie. I have a bird named Sassafras Suzie. She loves it!
I like this as a dog's name (sorry to any Suzies out there).
I like Suzie and Suzi better than Susie.

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