That face could make anyone smile.
Especially kids going through a tough time.
Meet Havana, the two-month old French bulldog who’s lined up to be a therapy dog at a Polish hospice for terminally ill and severely disabled children.
She’ll get full training and become certified once she’s a year old.
But until then, her main goal is to be there for these kids.
Kids like Ignas, a five-month old baby boy suffering from a debilitating neurological disorder.
Havana usually bunks up with Ignas in his crib.
Her presence helps him fall asleep.
Havana’s spunky energy also makes another patient light up when they play together.
She also doesn’t mind playing by herself.
Since she’s off the clock, she gets to sleep when she wants and interact with all the patients on her own time.