People are falling in love with this dog’s ‘boopable’ nose

  • Frank, a golden retriever, is making people fall in love with his “boopable” nose.
  • His owner uploads his photos on her Instagram. 
  • Frank has volunteered to cuddle medical students working in hospitals. 

Frank the golden retriever has it all, including a new house with his human mother, Pree Das. Das believes the nicest part of the dog is his “boopable” nose, which she highlights in a colorful sequence of images.


Das decided to make Frank’s photos a regular occurrence after realizing they gave people joy.

“It started about four months ago,” Das shared. “He was just sitting up and staring at my friend with his classic happy face on, and she decided to take a picture of his nose. We couldn’t stop laughing at how funny he looked. After that, the rest was history.”

Every photo captures the pup’s endearing charm. Das usually places a flower on Frank’s nose to draw attention to his snout. Das went on to claim that Frank gets to keep the flowers since “he thinks they are the best things ever.”


Das said the photos capture Frank’s kind eyes and goofiness. She doesn’t use an expensive camera to capture Frank’s cheerful expression; instead, she uses her iPhone, and the results are better than she could have imagined.

According to Das, Frank has always stayed exceptionally still when he knows he’s being photographed, which is how these photos were taken. He’s also quite excellent at balancing items on his head, so Das began putting flowers on his head, shooting boop photographs, and making films.


Frank has already offered to cuddle medical students in addition to posing for photos, and he hopes to visit more hospitals next month.

Giving hugs, making people happy, and showing off his talents are among Frank’s favorite activities. But it’s his relationship with Das that matters most.


“People have really fallen in love with his big old snoot, and knowing that [makes] so many people’s days is so rewarding,” said Das. “He is always happy and willing to show off his snoot. It’s always a positive thing for him. He’s not food motivated so just expects me to tell him what a good boy he is.”

Source: The Dodo

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