The San Francisco 49ers adopted the French Bulldog last year to help players deal with stress, depression, and anxiety.
In welcoming the year-old French Bulldog, the 49ers have become the first team in the NFL to have an emotional support dog for their team.
Zoë was adopted by Austin Moss, the team's director of player engagement, in October of 2018, and since then, she's become a warm, calming and positive presence for players. The team spends time with her before and after games and in between practices.
Zoë spends most of her time lounging around at the team's training facility near Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California. When she's not cuddling with her teammates, Zoë loves playing with balloons and eating treats, according to KRON. She doesn't accompany the team on away games but is always excited to greet them when they return.
As far as we are concerned, Zoe is totally the team's cutest MVP! Check out some of her cute photos with the team on their official Instagrampage.
Story via: CNN