This single goes for some ridiculous prices online and is featured on at least one digital collection of French Canadian garage rock. My copy came without a picture sleeve, is a little beaten up and I forget where I bought it, but in all likelihood in an American thrift store for less than $1.
"Joey" is listed as the A-side online but sounds a bit more like a B-side to me. It's part of the way between a '50s doo wop track and the Stones' "Time Is On My Side." The B-side is the up-tempo rocker, a mix of Chuck Berry, any '60s garage band and maybe, because of the aggressive, cutting lead guitar, a touch of The Stooges. "Smokey Dog" is the second song featured on this blog with barking.
Les Luths is French for "The Lutes." From what little internet research I just did they might be the better known Quebecois band Les Lutins with a bit of a name change toward the end of their career, but I could be completely wrong about that. I'm sure someone out there in cyberspace will correct me.