My name is Bently!

St. Bernard Dog for adoption in Washoe Valley, Nevada - Bently
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I'm being cared for by:
Canine Rehabilitation Center and Sanctuary

Facts about Bently

  • Breed: St. Bernard
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut - With White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
  • Sex: Male
Meet Bentley! Affectionate, friendly, silly, and playful. We often catch Bentley flinging toys around in his room and creating his own entertainment while he waits patiently for his next outing. This boy loves his toys! Ropes, balls, stuffies... he's all in! Bentley is also very much in love with people. Big people. Little people. Every shape. Every size. Every time. He leans in, rubs on you like a cat, asks for love and wants so bad to snuggle. Someone forgot to tell him how big he is! He is a fan of belly rubs, long strolls on the trails, car rides and play time. He may have that serious St. Bernard face but he is a very funny boy with lots of goofy traits and no shortage of personality. Bentley is on the look out for a special home. His ideal environment is spacious with lots of land and a fenced yard. Call him a country boy if you will... he's excited about the possibility of a big yard! He has a naturally mellow temperament yet he's still active and will need daily exercise. His loving affectionate nature will melt your heart. Age 4 years. 161 lbs. Young children OK. Bently is looking to be your only pet.

About Canine Rehabilitation Center and Sanctuary

About Our Rescue Group...

Canine Rehabilitation Center and Sanctuary (CRCS) is a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to helping dogs of all breeds and ages recover from trauma such as abuse, neglect, long-term confinement, and other special circumstances. Our primary focus is the rescue, recovery and placement of at-risk dogs. We provide refuge and a second chance for dogs needing at new start by offering a recovery program, thorough screening for best home placement for dog and adopter, and behavior help and support for the life of the dog.

Dogs that come into our care are victims of abuse, domestic violence, dog fighting, and laboratory research. We also take in dogs that have suffered from neglect, hoarding and puppy mill cases and dogs that have endured long term confinement or isolation. We are a support for rescues and shelters, taking in dogs that have been waiting for extended periods to find a home, dogs that have been returned multiple times and dogs that are struggling in the shelter environment due to fear and lack of socialization.

CRCS was founded in 2011 and began as a 100% grassroots organization powered by handful of dedicated volunteers. In November of 2013, we moved into our own facility. With 11,200 sq ft of indoor space and over 5 acres of outdoor space, we are currently working on a capitol campaign to purchase the property and transform every inch into a beautiful campus specifically geared towards recovery for our canine friends.

Visit our website to learn more about us, look at our future plans, see more dogs available for adoptions and all our dogs adopted the year before!

Come Meet Our Pets...

All visitations are by appointment. We would love to learn more about you and help you find your new best friend!! Give us a call to learn more about the dog you're interested in and set up a time to come to the facility for a visit!!

Our Adoption Process...

All visitations and adoptions are by appointment only. This way we can get to know you and make sure the dog you're interested is suited for your lifestyle and vice versa. Our goal is a happy successful adoption each and every time for both dog and adopter.
If you are interested in one of our dogs available for adoption, contact us at 775.800.1906!