Montreal Canadiens need fans’ help naming Mira puppy

The Montreal Canadiens' Mira puppy needs a name. Montreal Canadiens

The Montreal Canadiens welcomed a new member to their team this week — a Saint-Pierre Labernese puppy — but he needs a name.

The hockey team is working in partnership with Mira, a non-profit organization that offers free guide and service dogs, to foster the little pup, who was born on Oct. 3.

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For one year, the organization will be responsible for raising the puppy in adherence to Mira’s standards so he can become a future guide or service dog to people living with visual impairments or physical disabilities, as well as for children living with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

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The little lad will undergo basic obedience training, as well as social and environmental stimulation to help him grow into a secure, self-confident dog.

The puppy will spend his days at the Habs’ offices, as well as the Bell Centre during games — he’ll make his debut during the Jan. 5 home game when the Montreal Canadiens host the Nashville Predators.

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Have an idea for what his name should be? Submit it here!

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