Dog Story: From Bentley’s foster mom: Bentley is on the calm end of the spectrum for a Brittany. On a scale of 1-10, maybe a four. Since his treatments started he has grown quite fond of snoozing and cuddling on the couch. Bentley is now 100% house trained and has learned to trust people again. Once he bonds with his person-he is bonded for life! He has so much love to give. He’s a bit of a chewer, but if he has a Nyla Bone he’s okay. He is not a huge fan of the kennel, but is OK with it. He is left uncrated overnight, and does not get into trouble or damage anything. Bentley will need a fenced in yard or to be leash walked because he will run. He gets along great with kids of all ages, and dogs of all ages and sizes, male or female. He will need to be kept on tight restrictions for the next month due to his treatments. Two months after that he can go on leash walks until he gets rechecked and receives a perfect bill of health. Bentley just can’t wait for his release from restrictions to go full throttle. Hands down-Bentley’s adoption will be the hardest for me emotionally and I’ve fostered over 100 dogs really-he is just perfect lol! If you are interested in Bentley, please submit an adoption application. Update 2-13-16 We are accepting no more applications for Bentley. He was very popular. If you were interested in Bentley, please continue your search with American Brittany Rescue as new Britts are posted. When Bentley arrived at the shelter, he was not in great condition- he had scabies and tested positive for Heartworms. Because of his heartworms, we were restricted in what meds we could use to treat his skin condition. He has come through both the skin treatment and has completed his Heartworm treatment. He will be restricted with his activity level for a bit, but the future looks great for this handsome boy!