Rescue Remedies dogs that have found their forever homes
I'd like to apologise to Bentley for not taking any pics of him - he's super handsome - you have my word on that. We.....well just me really had a bit of an accident. I took Bentley to the stream, he loves to lay down in the water. No problem on the slope going down in to the stream.....but getting up proved more difficult! Bentley of course climbed up with ease, I slipped, slipped then slipped some more. He just stood still, looking bemused, wagging his little tail. So, I had to pull myself up, my hands got covered in mud. I've no idea if Bentley thought I was mad or not but when I got to the top he licked my hand.....a kind of well done lick.......but I'm sure I saw him rolling his eyes at me
Bentley is maturing into the most lovely dog - calm, appreciative and full of character. He is a smashing little boy to look at (but that's not important!) with his lovely coat and endearing face. He was my first walk of the day and we set off at a fast pace - Bentley loves his walk, loves company and loves his treats - what more could anyone ask for in a little doggy companion?
Bentley is one of the easiest dogs to walk - no real pulling, no fuss, he just wants to enjoy his walk. Today he spotted a cat - what he wasn't banking on was this cat being the toughest cat in England!! The cat refused to move, stood its ground, gave Bentley the 'don't even think about it' glare. Bentleys little tail was wagging furiously, he was so excited - but I didn't fancy his chances (don't tell Bentleys kennel mates that - kennel cred is all important). I actually had to shoo the cat away so we could get on with our walk. Excitement over, we had a nice cuddle in the poets hut then went for a lovely, long stroll in the woods. X
Beautiful Bentley - such a lovely boy. He's very easy to walk, I've had no problems with him at all passing other dogs inside the kennel block or outside on walks. Kevin (staffy) was in the paddock today as we walked past. Bentley just stood still and watched him. His body language was calm so I let him stand and watch for a while. After a few minutes we made our way to the poets hut. Bentley likes it in here - he jumped up on the sofa, enjoyed a sausage or two then rolled on his back for a tummy tickle. He loves his cuddles and climbed on to my lap for lots of those. Xx
Why Bentley boy is still waiting for his forever family is beyond me. He's an amazing little boy, an easy walk and very well behaved. As if that isn't enough, today he walked impeccably with Fredds (jrt) not at all bothered by his presence - just happy to amble along with him. He liked to walk in front but made no reaction if Fredd caught up and got close. I love my walks with Bentley, they're always relaxed and a total pleasure.xx.
Bentley is one of those little terriers who always makes the most of things and never seems to grumble. As well as being incredibly endearing looking, he has a smashing personality and gives you the most amazing greeting when you go into his pen. He loves his walks and trots along at the speed of knots with the occasional stop for a chew of grass and a sniff. He loves walking with Fredds and indeed seems to like most dogs. He has been in kennel care for years now and it really is his turn to find that wonderful, appropriate, forever home.
Bentley really is a super boy. He loves his walkers and is always pleased to see us. Bentley is so good and sits nicely while you get him ready. A typical terrier boy, busy, busy. So much to see and do After our walk we ended up at the Poets Hut so we could enjoy some quiet time together. Bentley enjoys a fuss and is a very affectionate boy. You can't help but love him xx
Chilling out on the sofa.
Chilling out on the sofa.
I walked Bentley today and, once again, I enjoyed every minute of our walk. I sometimes find myself wondering why, oh why, is he still in kennel care? He is so easy to walk and is such good company. I am not brilliant at posting photos on the forum I know and I find myself looking at previous photos of this gorgeous dog. I sometimes wonder if those photos do him justice. Appearance wise - (not important I know) - he has the most lovely, black, thick coat which, even though it is very curly, is also very shiny. He has the most lovely little face and size wise he is just perfect - not too big, not too small - perfect. Character wise - you would have a job to beat this smashing little character - he is cheerful and sets off at such a good pace; he is biddable, because even though he is your typical terrier and would love to chase that squirrel, he does what you say and carries on with the walk. He is lovable - no other dog can greet you like Bentley does when he knows you. He even loves people he doesn't know that well because that is his nature - loveable, fun, trusting. Come on forever home - this gorgeous little terrier has been in kennel care for ages and he still trusts us to find him his forever home - which we will do.