Shelter Dog’s Photos Go Viral–And It’s Easy To See Why!

To attract potential adopters and forever families, shelters would often take the dogs for a photoshoot session. They take beautiful photos of the dog and pair the photo with the dog’s description.

But just like humans, not all dogs are good in posing for the camera. I’m sure all dog owners who tried taking a photo of their restless dog can relate to that!

Now this dog named Carpe Diem just had his photoshoot, and the photos from that session are both hilarious and adorable!

Darling little Carpe Diem is ready to seize his new life! This frisky, friendly pup loves to play with toys, get…

Posted by Animal Care Control San Francisco on Sunday, July 10, 2016

Carpe Diem tried to pose for the camera, but they always catch him with a funny expression on his face.

CARPE DIEM happily ADOPTED TODAY! (7-13-16)

Posted by Animal Care Control San Francisco on Tuesday, July 12, 2016

And sometime he gets too rowdy and excited that he just won’t sit still!

Silly Carpe Diem! It’s still Monday, not #TongueOutTuesday!

Posted by Animal Care Control San Francisco on Monday, July 11, 2016

Nevertheless, Carpe Diem is an adorable dog. He has begging eyes that would melt anyone’s heart.

Darling little Carpe Diem is ready to seize his new life! This frisky, friendly pup loves to play with toys, get…

Posted by Animal Care Control San Francisco on Sunday, July 10, 2016

And not only is he beautiful on the outside, he also has a great personality!

Seize the #TongueOutTuesday with Carpe Diem!
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Posted by Animal Care Control San Francisco on Tuesday, July 12, 2016

And guess what? Carpe Diem’s candid shots worked because somebody called the shelter and expressed interest in adopting him! Hurray for Carpe Diem!

Darling little Carpe Diem is ready to seize his new life! This frisky, friendly pup loves to play with toys, get…

Posted by Animal Care Control San Francisco on Sunday, July 10, 2016

You can help out other shelter dogs by visiting The San Francisco Animal Care Control’s website or by following them on Facebook.

You can also read more about this story at BarkPost.