Smiling puppy

Shelter seeks home for adorable ‘smiling puppy’

An adorable black puppy is pulling out all the stops to attract the attention of a potential adopter at the Humane Society of Northwest Louisiana. The pudgy ball of puppy goodness was recently captured mugging for the camera with a smile that is sure to melt even the iciest of hearts.

The non-profit animal shelter posted the video of the endearing puppy to Facebook on February 22, writing:

Burreaux begging for attention 😬❤
Oh and this smiler still needs a home
More information and an adoption application on

The precious video has been viewed over 38,000 times with hundreds of comments. With all that attention, this sweet pup will hopefully find a loving home soon!

Adoption information from the shelter website reads:

LSU PUP- “Burreaux”
Approx 12 weeks old
Approx 15 lbs now
Labrador Retriever mix
Burreaux came to us from Caddo Animal Control with his 2 siblings at only 8 weeks old. They tested positive for parvovirus at the shelter but in our care checked out healthy! A few days later he got sick and we took him back to the vet. He did have parvo then so he received treatment and BEAT PARVO!!! He is active, playful and so sweet. He is the runt of the bunch.

Find the shelter’s website here.

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2 replies
  1. Bunny Peters says:

    We have two black dogs and trust me, they are no different than white, brown, tan or red dogs……they beg for treats, love the dog park, bark at squirrels, love Grammy & Grampy, HATE the vet & bath time…….


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