A cute little black Labrador puppy is said to "smile" at everyone who passes his kennel – but he's still looking for his forever home.
Berreaux arrived at the Humane Society in northwest Louisiana, in the US, when he was eight-weeks-old with two other dogs, Joe and O.
Courtney Wingate, the Humane Society’s director, spotted the adorable pups at a local animal control centre and was so charmed by Berreaux's teeth flashing that she knew she had to take him along with his pals.
The three little dogs were named in honour of the Louisiana State University football team.
Berreaux had a bit of a rough start as he fell sick after being rescued, but the Humane Society rushed him to the animal hospital where thankfully he made an amazing recovery.
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It wasn't long before the team noticed that Berreaux would grin at every passing human.
He even gives them a smile when he's told he's been a good boy.
In a bid to find loving families the animal shelter made videos of their talents and put them on Facebook – Joe was snapped up.
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Berreaux's video has been viewed 194,000 times as well as receiving hundreds of likes, comments and shares but sadly he's still waiting.
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He and his sister O are still patiently waiting, so hopefully it won’t be long before the pups can show off their talents to new families.
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