Happy Wet Nose Wednesday!

Wednesday has become our favorite day because we get to talk about animals, specifically the adorable ones up for adoption. Hundreds of animals on the SouthCoast are ready to go home for good, and each week, we give one animal the spotlight.

This week, we head to Fall River where a  little pup is spinning with excitement.

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Say hello to Sesame.

Sesame resides at Forever Paws Animal Shelter in Fall River, and truth be told, the shelter isn't quite sure about his breed. He may be a Chihuahua/Corgi or a Chihuaha/Papillon, but whatever he is, he is certainly adorable.

"This guy spins in circles when he gets excited," the shelter said.

Sesame is 10 pounds of cuteness and is always in a good mood. He is great with other dogs but when it comes to cats, that's a big no-no.

While Sesame is typically friendly, he gets a little nippy.

"We think he was taught that hands were toys as a puppy and he's going to have to be trained out of it," the shelter said. "He's not aggressive at all, but he will mouth at fingers, so we don't want to place him with young children, either."

The shelter believes Sesame is around 2 years old, but this little one still displays typical puppy behavior and will require some house training.

Fenced-in yards are an absolute must for Sesame as he likes to escape and toys aren't really his thing. But he's a great cuddler and will make a loving companion for any home.

The shelter urges no cats or young children in the home.

Does Sesame sound like a good fit for you and your family? Contact Forever Paws Animal Shelter online, fill out an application and don't forget to follow on Facebook.

Sesame cannot wait to meet you.

Forever Paws Animal Shelter

300 Lynwood Street, Fall River, MA 02721

(508) 677-9154

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