SEMINOLE COUNTY, Florida -- A stray dog with one unique characteristic is hoping to find a forever home this holiday season.
Meet Sniffles. The active pooch with a great personality has grown on the workers at a veterinarian's office in Florida, with his crooked teeth and the way he snorts.
Sniffles was born without a nose, and workers say the deformity has led people to pass him up while looking to adopt a pet, WESH reports.
Genesis Diaz, who has been fostering animals for the last 12 years, said if someone would give him a chance, they'd learn just how special he really is.
"This morning I woke up and he was at the edge of my bed, staring at me, and he ran over and did a little twirl and started licking my face," Diaz said.
Veterinarian workers say Sniffles is a healthy dog.
"He just looks a little funny," said Michelle Wacker, who's with Orange County Animal Services.
"He's just a precious old man," Wacker said. "Everyone at the vet's office has fallen in love with him."
The dog is scheduled for a dentist's visit before the new year, so that toothy grin will change a bit.
The workers hope someone will open their heart to make sure this sweet friend finds a new home for 2019.
If you're interested in adopting Sniffles or helping the rescue, visit PoodleandPoochRescue.org.
Sniffles, dog born without nose, hopes to find forever home in Florida
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