Shelter Puppy Smiles At Everyone Who Walks By His Kennel Hoping To Get Adopted

We all have our positive traits that others remember us for. For an adorable little shelter puppy named Burreaux, that trait of his is literally his precious little smile that he flashes at everyone.

Photo: Facebook/Humane Society of Northwest Louisiana

The little Labrador Retriever mix first caught attention for his sweet grin after he charmed Courtney Wingate – the director of the Human Society of Northwest Louisiana. Wingate has rescued Burreaux and his two siblings, Joe and O, from animal control. Wingate – being a big fan of LSU, decided to name the trio after the quarterback and coach for the LSU football team.

Photo: Facebook/Humane Society of Northwest Louisiana

Following the trio’s rescue, all three puppies went up for adoption. The first one to get adopted was Joe. After seeing a video of Joe’s talents playing fetch, he was scooped up right away. Burreaux and his sister, O, were left. When it was Burreaux’s turn to make a video showcasing his talent, the sweet little boy just smiled that charming smile of his.

The video went viral. However, despite his internet presence, Burreaux is still seeking a home. The shelter has tried again – posting the 90K view video alongside the caption saying, “Burreaux begging for attention. Oh and this smiler still needs a home.”

Even though his video has received plenty of attention and comments from people saying they’d love to have him as a pet, no one has actually come forward with any true intent of taking him home. So as of right now, both Burreaux and his sister O are waiting for someone to offer them a forever home.

If you think that you would have room in your home and in your heart for a silly grinning puppy like Burreaux, then click here.

You can watch this beautiful pup flash his sassy smile in the video below:

Burreaux begging for attention 😬❤Oh and this smiler still needs a homeMore information and an adoption application on hsnwla.com

Posted by Humane Society of Northwest Louisiana on Saturday, February 22, 2020


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