It's ruff being popular.
Before Brayden Schenn could get his hockey stick back at Thursday's practice, Barclay - a labrador retriever training to be an assistance dog for Duo - had become an internet superstar.
Barclay has been living in the St. Louis Blues offices until he completes his training and can provide service to someone in need. When he's not training though, he's joining the team on the ice for practice, greeting Blues employees in the front office and going on TV with CBS News, Fox News, CNN, SportsCenter with Scott Van Pelt, TSN in Canada and and even TMZ (Yes, now Barclay has to keep an eye out for the pupparazzi) ...
... and that's only in the last 48 hours!
Video: Barclay joins Blues on the ice for practice
Barclay has also been seen on local newscasts in Utah, Albuquerque, Sacramento, Honolulu, Alaska and even all the way in Australia.
Here is what the media is saying about him:
To learn more about Duo service dogs and to support the St. Louis-based nonprofit organization, visit duodogs.org. You can also learn more about Barclay by visiting stlouisblues.com/puppy.