Goldendoodle pup thinks he's a fire engine in adorable video

Posted at 6:32 PM, Oct 05, 2017

LAWRENCE TOWNSHIP, Ind. (WRTV) -- A Goldendoodle puppy in Indiana is winning hearts on the internet with his crazy antics, adorable face and fire engine sounds. 

Opie is an almost 1-year-old red Goldendoodle who lives with his owner, Courtneay Dellaville-Jones in Lawrence Township. 

Dellaville-Jones says Opie is a rambunctious pup and one of his favorite things to do is sound-off when the fire trucks drive by, as seen in several videos posted to his Instagram page. (Yes, Opie has his own Instagram account.)

Dellavalle-Jones said Opie was born on Oct. 9 in Muncie. He joined their family in December 2016. 


"Opie loves car rides, his sister Meekah, pup cups from Starbucks and all of his toys," said Dellavale-Jones.

You can see more of Opie's antics by following his Instagram page @OpieTheGoldendoodle17.