Meet the mutt, meet the mutt, step right up and greet the mutt.
Close to 6,000 have already weighed with such monikers as Homer, Scout or Seaver. The winning name will be announced Monday.
The pooch will be with the team for a year and replaces Shea, the service dog who was with the Mets last season.
The Mets are the first MLB team to welcome a future service dog, and have raised $100,000 for the nonprofit America’s VetDogs, which pairs the canines to veterans and first responders with disabilities.
America’s VetDogs, based in Smithtown, LI, and the Amazin’ Mets Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Mets, will co-raise the dog in order to one day send him to an individual in need.
An 11-week-old black Labrador is the new veteran service dog for the Mets.Joe Barone
The canine has a home at Citi Field whenever it comes to visit and can be found in the field, stands and dugout. Jessica Ciminelli
The pooch will be with the team for a year and replaces Shea, the service dog who was with the Mets last season.Joe Barone
“The dog is going to be a star,” John Miller, president and CEO of America’s VetDogs, told The Post. “We had him at Citi Field earlier this week . . . and he just fell in love with the players and the facility. Francisco Lindor spent some time with him.”