Bentley started a new chapter in his life today. After more than a couple months in foster care, Bentley was finally able to flip the switch from “temporary” to “permanent.” He now will be forever loved by his new family: Maria, Manuel and brother Roscoe. For the adoption, Bentley brought along his favorite stuffed pillow that he likes to suckle and the loudest squeaky ball this side of the Mississippi. His wonderful new parents brought him a bag full of new, brightly colored toys and a beautiful bouquet of flowers for Bentley’s foster mom. How sweet is that?
That’s what makes fostering so fabulous. Not only are you helping a once-unwanted dog get a fresh start in life, you’re meeting wonderful folks who, like you, simply adore this wonderful breed and want to do whatever is best for them. Talk about a heartwarming home run. Congratulations, Mr. B. You and your new buddy bro Roscoe are going to keep your parents’ hands full … in a good way! You only deserve the best, and you got it. We love you, sweet boy.
What’s an active Bulldog to do when a human baby shows up in the house? I like to be free, to run and romp through the house like I always have. Now I am told several times a day, “Be quiet cause the baby is sleeping.” Or “Don’t run so fast, you might hit the baby.” I was not happy at all and my family knew it. But they also knew I was not going to slow down any time soon, so they decided to give me to these rescue people so I could find a home where I could run and be free again. I was spending way too much time in a crate since that baby came. I really loved my old family, and they loved me, but I am ready to move on to your family. I am 5 years old, very healthy, already neutered (don’t get me started on that one), and I love to walk and run. I promise I will do my happy dance every time I see you if you will take me home with you.