Meet — and Name — the 3rd ‘Today’ Show Puppy With a Purpose

Louis Buonomo

The new "Today" show puppy made his debut Monday, but this one's got his siblings with him, the show reports.

The yellow Lab, who doesn't have a name yet, will be with the show for 16 months under guide dog mobility instructor Olivia Poff's tutelage as he trains with the Guide Dog Foundation. Eventually, he'll go to a visually impaired teen.

And unlike Charlie and Wrangler, this puppy has a set of siblings. They will be headed to the NBC stations in Los Angeles, Boston, Baltimore and Atlanta, where they'll train to become support dogs as well.

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The "Today" anchors have made their picks for what the pup should be named and you can cast your vote for Lucky, Sunny, Mic or Goldie at the link below.

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