“It’s difficult to feel sad after viewing a photo of his snoot.”
Frank the dog has several advantages, including a new home with his human mom, Pree Das. Das believes that the golden retriever’s finest feature is his “boopable” nose, which she captures in a colorful sequence of images.
Frank has always been a photogenic pooch, but when Das discovered how much joy his photos caused her, she resolved to make them a regular occurrence.
Das explained, “It started approximately four months ago.” “He was just sitting up and gazing at my buddy with his trademark cheerful expression, and she chose to photograph his nose.” We couldn’t quit giggling at how amusing he appeared. The rest, as they say, is history.”
Every shot 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 believes they are the finest things ever.”
Das remarked, “The boop images beautifully depict his sweet eyes and his goofiness.” “I was shocked at how much they made people grin when I shared them in a couple [Facebook] groups.” It’s difficult to feel sad after viewing a photo of his snoot.”
Das captures Frank’s cheerful expression using an iPhone rather than a sophisticated camera, and the results are better than she could have dreamed for.
“He’s always stayed extraordinarily motionless when he knows he’s going to be photographed, which is how these photographs are feasible,” Das said. “He’s also incredibly adept at balancing items on his head, so I started placing flowers [on his head] and shooting boop images and movies with him.”
Frank has already volunteered to snuggle medical students and hopes to visit other hospitals next month, in addition to posing for photos.
“He’s the gentlest, most patient clown you’ll ever meet,” Das remarked. “Incredibly devoted with a gold heart.”
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 the most to him.
“People have really fallen in love with his huge old snoot,” Das added, “and knowing that [it] brightens so many people’s days is really wonderful.” “He is constantly cheerful and eager to show off his snoot.” It is always a good thing for him. He’s not hungry, so he simply wants me to tell him what a nice guy he is.”