Lonely Canine Seeks Loving Family: Sheltered Pup Grins at Passersby in Hope.

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A lovable pup in search of a forever home was spotted by Courtney Wingate during her visit to the animal control facility. The adorable Lab puppies caught her attention, and she couldn’t resist taking them with her as the director of the Humane Society of Northwest Louisiana. One of the little pups had a heart-melting smile that won her over instantly.

Wingate called upon Sarrah Walton, a willing volunteer who rushed to save a litter of adorable 8-week-old puppies. Being a fan of the Louisiana State University, she named them after the school’s famous quarterback and coach – Joe and O Burreaux. After testing negative for parvo at the clinic, one of the puppies, Burreaux, fell ill but thankfully managed to recover miraculously after being taken back to the animal hospital.

Upon returning to the rescue, Walton observed that Burreaux would display a wide grin and show his small teeth whenever someone spoke to him loudly and complimented him on being a good boy. According to Walton, the pup seemed to be requesting affection and attention from people, as if he was saying, “Please pet me and love me.”

As soon as the puppies were ready to find forever homes, a rescue group posted a video showcasing Joe’s impressive talent for playing fetch. It wasn’t long before Joe was adopted. According to Walton, all the puppies in the litter were friendly and playful, with Burreaux and his sister also starting to learn how to fetch.

Walton and Wingate contemplated Burreaux’s exceptional abilities that could be showcased in a Facebook video, distinct from his brother’s fetching skills. Although Burreaux lacked such talents, they discovered that he was a fan of endearing words. They realized that Burreaux yearned for a permanent abode, which explained his constant smiling and cuteness. They decided to film a video highlighting his adorable demeanor, which has since gone viral. The footage garnered over 40,000 views in merely a few days. Despite their newfound reputation, Burreaux and O still seek a permanent home. You can watch the heartwarming footage here:

Upon their rescue from the kill shelter, the puppies were overjoyed to have been saved by Wingate and Walton. However, Burreaux and his sister long for a more permanent reason to smile – a loving family and a place to call home.

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