Is there anything sweeter than looking at a happy dog’s face? No matter how bad your day has been you instantly smile when your four-legged baby flashes that grin.

Like humans, even animals have their own way of flashing that beautiful smile. They may not ideally know how to smile, but they sure do know how to look happy. Be it the weird smirk, or the full-teeth-ears-up grin. They are cute either way.

Smiley, the dog out here is not being able to find a home for herself because people think she has a ‘weird’ smile. Some people did not take her home because they believed that she her was smile ‘awkward’ and ‘mean’. Seriously? Look at her. Does she look mean in any way? I think not.

Smiley (Photo: Agape Fosters)

Smiley (Photo: Agape Fosters)

It must be noted that Smiley started exhibiting that beautiful smile more often only after she was rescued. Her owners had abandoned her and moved to a new place. The new family found her in the backyard and kept her for a few days. However, after a few days decided that they could not keep the ‘smiling’ dog.

Agape Fosters rescued her and put her up for adoption. Sadly, they have not been able to find a home for her as yet. A recent post on a Facebook post suggests that they have been looking really carefully just so the dog moves into a safe house.

Also, did we tell you that the munchkin gets supremely excited and cannot help but smile when she gets a treat?

Smiley (Photo: Agape Fosters)

Smiley (Photo: Agape Fosters)

Opposed to what people believe when they see her, it is anything but meanness. There’s something really sweet and innocent about that beautiful smile. But some apparently react in an exceptionally horrific manner when they see Smiley who in turn gets super anxious.

Smiley (Photo: Agape Fosters)

Smiley (Photo: Agape Fosters)

Common people, what better than coming home to a naturally happy smiling dog?