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In shelter Dog

Seattle, WA, 98121
Pet name:
Chocolate Labrador Retriever
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
Coat length:
Bentley might be the next great environmentally friendly renewable energy source. He is an athletic boy currently in a training program to help him learn how to release his inner super power (pure energy) in a measured way; much like Spider-Man learning how to swing between building and not get stuck to the ceiling.

Bentley is a younger guy (estimated to be around 2 years old) who comes with working dog/lab mentality in that he would love a job to do and is trying his hardest to find employment. He would be an excellent candidate for agility work, mountain biking, trail running, or any structured activity.

Bentley loves other dogs and is learning how to control his social excitement. He has lived harmoniously with three other dogs in home, but did not pass his cat test (they are a little too exciting for him).

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