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In shelter Dog

Cedar Park, TX, 78613
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How does Bentley manage to just flop himself right down onto any human lap thats around?! He MUST think he is still puppy-sized. He is just such a snuggler!

Bentley came to his foster home with no training, but is a fast learner, learning more and more manners every day. In addition to the basics like sit, stay, wait, come, and lie down, he has gotten especially good at going to lie down on his place mat while his foster cooks in the kitchen or eats meals at the table. 

Bentley was DNA tested, and we know now that he is a unique mix of 15 different breeds - from Boxer, to Miniature American Shepherd, to Beagle, and everything in between!

Bentleys ideal home would have people of all kinds and maybe a cat or two to play with. He would love it if his cat siblings wanted to play or snuggle up with him too, but he also knows how to leave them alone when they dont. 

If this sounds ideal to you, please contact us at for more info and to start an adoption application!

Pets are adopted to homes in the Austin, Texas, metro area, only.

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