article Some men have grown so accustomed to being the center of attention, they might as well be wearing it on their sleeves.
And there’s one man who does that very thing with a terrier.
On Tuesday, an unidentified male terrier was spotted with his handler in the neighborhood of Chicago’s South Side.
The handler, who said he was unaware of the dog’s presence, offered the dog a “handshake.”
“He gave me a paw, and he said, ‘You know, I’m going to do something for you tonight,'” the handler said.
The dog is an 18-year-old German Shepherd, named “Lil Bubbles,” who lives with his owner in the suburb of South Side, a suburb about 30 miles east of Chicago.
The handler said the dog is a “little awkward” in his home, but he likes the attention.
“He is very, very funny,” the handler told the Chicago Tribune.
“He can’t say a word.”
The dog was spotted by a passerby who spotted the dog and alerted a neighbor.
When the dog approached the neighbor, the dog “wasn’t very big, but [the neighbor] said it looked like he was maybe two or three inches [tall].”
The dog has not yet been named, but the handler and his dog have been in touch with the dog owner.
The owner said the terrier is a favorite among his children.