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Bentley

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Male

Black Labrador

Age: 1.5 Years

Dog Friendly? Yes

Cat Friendly? Not Tested

Child Friendly? Children over 12

Neutered? Yes

Bentley is a gorgeous Labrador in search of a loving forever home. He boasts a sleek, jet-black coat that glistens under the sun, warm brown eyes, and a playful smile that will surely light up your day.

He was saved as a stray from a town in Macedonia known as Ohrid. Given his affectionate nature and ease around humans, it’s believed that he was once a family pet who was regrettably abandoned for reasons unknown.

Indeed, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. We certainly treasure Bentley; he’s quite the character and embodies his breed’s renowned traits: gentle, loving, and intelligent. Bentley is incredibly food-motivated and would eagerly pick up new tricks for a tasty treat like chicken or sausage. His friendly demeanour towards people makes him an ideal companion for someone who enjoys socializing or traveling. A home with an enclosed garden would be perfect for Bentley, where he could enjoy his morning sprint followed by a leisurely stroll around the neighbourhood, cheerfully greeting everyone he meets.

Bentley’s exuberance might be a bit much for younger children so we would advise that any children in the home be over 12 or experienced with dogs of his stature. He has not been cat tested but we are happy to do so if needed. He hasn’t shown any prey drive towards the resident cats but we always like to do an “up close” test just to ensure they would be fine with a feline housemate.

He gets on very well with other dogs and would likely benefit from a doggy playmate to keep him entertained when his owners are away, but would be just as happy being the only dog in the home as long as he receives plenty of attention.

Bentley would make a fantastic companion for any “Lab-Lover” who is looking for a new best friend.

Fully vaccinated for Rabies and Infections Diseases

4D tested for Brucellosis and tick borne diseases

Microchipped and Neutered