Puppy Smiles At All Who Pass By Hoping To Find A Home

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smiling puppy looking for a home

Courtney Wingate, director of the Humane Society of Northwest Louisiana, was at local animal control when she encountered three puppies in a kennel. She knew she had to do something to change the luck of these little dogs.

Courtney couldn’t leave the adorable puppies behind, especially when one of them showed her the prettiest smile she’s ever seen.

The principal decided to bring in a shelter volunteer, Sarrah Walton, who immediately went to pick up the 8 week old puppies.

The puppy smiles at passers-by

He then took them to the shelter, where he named the cubs after some players from his favorite football team, the LSU Tigers.

They called them; Joe, Burreaux and O, they did the necessary tests and the results are very good.

Puppy with smile

While at the shelter, Burreaux, the smiling puppy, fell ill, so he was taken to the animal hospital, where he quickly recovered.

When the puppy returned to the rescue center, Courtney began to notice that every time someone walked up to him and spoke to him, he bared his teeth with a cute smile.

Courtney told The Dodo:

It’s whenever you’re talking real sweet to him … he gets this smile like he wants something.” [It’s] like he’s telling you, ‘Come pet me, come love me.

Puppy with a big smile

When the puppies were ready to search for their forever home, Joe was the first they adopted, thanks to a video showing his talent for searching for his family.

Sarrah told The Dodo:

The whole litter was nice and sweet and they love to play. Burreaux and his sister are also starting to learn how to fetch the ball.

Sarrah and Courtney came up with the idea of ​​making a video to post on Facebook, with Burreaux’s particular talent, so that he could find a home that way.

Within days, the video went viral and has been viewed over 50,000 times, but despite their fame online, Burreaux and his sister O are still looking for accommodation.

Although the cubs were fortunate enough to be rescued from the shelter where they might be euthanized, they hope their luck will change.

Smiling puppy and his siblings

Burreaux and his sister just want something permanent, a loving family and a forever home.

If you would like to adopt Burreaux or his sister, you can complete the application on the Humane Society of Northwest Louisiana website.

Images: Facebook / Humane Society of Northwest Louisiana

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