Bentley is a medium-sized, male Heading Dog, aged 8 months old.Description:
Two weeks ago we rescued a teen pup who was originally spotted in the forestry plantation by the Lake Aniwhenua by a Good Samaritan who fed the pup for two weeks till they gained his trust. We have advertised the pup as Lost and Found in hope of finding his owner but sadly no one claimed the pup so far.
We called him “Bentley” and ever since that cold night when we picked him up from the forest he was and still is in loving care of our emergency foster home and now under our rescue group umbrella so we will proceed in doing all the necessary steps in order to find Bentley his forever home.
Bentley is a good natured pup approx. 8 month old NZ Heading Dog. He has settled in well and quickly at his foster home and gets on really well with other dogs. He loves humans and follows our foster mum Cushla like her shadow. He is great on his off leash runs in the forest and has a good recall. He also walks well on the lead. Bentley is a very smart boy and has already learned few basic commands. He is food driven and learns from other dogs too. He would be a great addition to any working K9 pack on a rural property or being a pet with an active family who can include him in their daily activities. Bentley will definitely benefit being among other dogs.
Bentley will go to his forever home worm/flea treated, vaccinated (Parvo & Lepto), desexed, microchipped and Animal Companion NZ registered.
Is Bentley used to cats? Don’t know.
Is Bentley toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Bentley used to stock? Don’t know.
Is Bentley used to chickens? No.
How well does Bentley get on with other dogs? Great.
Bentley lives in Rotorua, .
A bit about Bentley’s personality:
Gentle, smart, attentive, engaging, good listener, fast learner, team player, loyal, athletic, kind.
My name: All Paws Count Murupara Trust.
My e-mail address: email@example.com.
My phone number: 0211605329
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