Hi everyone! I'm Bentley and my estimated date of birth is 2/14/2010. I may be 7 years old, but I sure do play like a puppy. My foster mom is curious as to why I haven't found a home yet because she thinks that I'm pretty *perfect*. She says I'm the "typical cocker" because I follow her around everywhere she goes! I am currently in a home with two resident female dogs: a big lab and another cocker spaniel. We all get along well because I'm really laid back and don't let anything bother me!
I absolutely LOVE soft, squeaky toys, playing outside, and going on walks! I walk great on a leash and just lead the way while sniffing out all of the new things in our neighborhood! BUT I do love to snuggle and give kisses when I get worn out. My foster mom says I'm the perfect mix between cuddle bug and playful pup. I would definitely thrive in a more active home.
Now that I am in a new foster home, I am getting use to where their doggie door is so that I can take my business outside. I like to follow my fur sister (cocker spaniel) around the house and when she goes outside to potty, I follow right along. I'm definitely not the dominant one and I let my fur sisters boss me around and show me the ropes. I get along great with other dogs, love my humans, and am great with kids 10 and up. My foster parents are always laughing because they say I'm such a goofball.
I'm current on vaccines, neutered and had a double cherry-eye tuck performed. I will, however, be on daily eyedrops for the rest of my life, like a lot of other cockers, for a chronic dry eye condition. I don't mind getting my eye drops and am super gentle when my foster mom makes me stop playing in order to do my drops! All in all, Iç¥ just a handsome, sweet and silly guy looking for an active forever family to call my own! If I sound like a good match for your family, please submit an application today!
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