©2020, Hearst Television Inc. on behalf of KCRA-TV. “He’s such a good boy!” says a Facebook user.
Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Bhopal Prices and download plans . since. Calif. Do Not Sell My Personal Information, California Do Not Sell My Personal Information. The little pup went viral for his megawatt smile and has since been ... People Can’t Handle This Adorable Puppy That Looks Like a Cat-Dog Hybrid. Burreaux has since been adopted into a loving home and renamed Pappy. According to Insider, Burreaux has been named Pappy by his human Hollie King and he’s doing great. Subscriber The video has been viewed over 346,000 times in two weeks. May 27, 2017 - Explore Marcel Komman's board "Bordeaux Dog - Bikkel - Tara - dog" on Pinterest. Courtesy of the Humane Society of Northwest Louisiana, Visit Insider's homepage for more stories, A New York pizzeria is putting photos of dogs in need of a forever home on its pizza boxes, and one has already been adopted, A humane society offered bad drawings of people's pets for $15 donations and the results are hysterical, 15 reasons why having a pet is good for you and your family. The puppy went viral when the shelter shared photos of his toothy grin on its Facebook page. As of Monday, the video was viewed more than quarter of a million times in a one-week period. Joe has also been adopted, but O is still in need. People on Facebook couldn’t help post hundreds of comments about the black lab and his goofy smile. Emphasizing on the Labrador’s nature, Humane Society volunteer Sarrah Walton told The Dodo that he smiles whenever a person talks to him.
Subscribe to our daily newsletter to get more of it. See more ideas about Bordeaux dog, Dogs, Bordeaux. "Burreaux has been adopted and [he is] in a loving home, but [his sister] O is still looking for her family," a representative of HSNL told Insider.
And attention he got. Many a times, these posts leave one feeling sad for the dog waiting to be adopted. And the unprecedented publicity helped him find a new home.The Humane Society of Northwest Louisiana posted the video in February on Facebook, saying "Burreaux begging for attention ❤" and noted that he needed a forever home.As of Monday, the video was viewed more than quarter of a million times in a one-week period.The viral reach helped an organization that runs on volunteers and pays for animals' vet bills to get them on their way to new families.Sarrah Walton, of the Humane Society of Northwest Louisiana, ended up picking up Burreaux and two of his siblings from an animal control shelter to help find them homes.Walton also went to the College Football Playoff national championship between Louisiana State University and Clemson and decided to name the dogs in the litter Joe, Burreaux and O after the team's star quarterback, Joe Burrow, and head coach, Ed Orgeron. Ranchi. The eight-week-old dog’s video has crossed over 330,000 views as of now. Not just these and more reactions, Burreaux has even managed to find himself a forever home thanks to that smile.