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Rescue Dog Gets Yard For The First Time In His Life, “Zoomies” Ensues

Not every dog has a smooth start in life. Some have to go through a lot of trouble and tough times until they finally see some happy days. They are moved around from door to door in search of a loving home and sometimes they even get abused in the process. They develop anxiety and become fussy. This just makes things worse for them and reduces their chances of ever getting adopted into a loving home. These poor souls go through a lot before they finally make it to the home they would stay in till the end of their time.

Sometimes these puppies turn into senior dogs waiting to get adopted and eventually pass away in the shelter home without ever getting to experience family life. Dogs are full of love to give and they want the same in return. Honestly, it isn’t much they are asking for. We came across a beautiful story of a dog named Bentley, who is a bloodhound that was adopted by KaTarra Taylor at the age of 4. Taylor had to shift places in her early years with Bentley due to his size. No one would be willing to allow a 120 lbs doggo in their apartment. She worked hard and bought her own place. Where she decided to gift her beloved doggo Bentley his own yard. KaTarra’s boyfriend Nick helped her in this project and it all paid off. Scroll down and check it out.

Say Hello to Bentley, the good doggo.

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Here is KaTarra’s Facebook Post.

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Honestly, Bentley is such a lucky boy. He got his own little yard where he can relax and calm himself. KaTarra knows he loves grass from all the time they spent outdoors on walks and stuff. So, she decided to gift him his very own lawn where he can enjoy and relax. In an interview with Board Panda, she said:

“I bought a townhouse in 2018 because no one would rent to me with a dog Bentley’s size, He loves wherever we are because I’m there as well.”

Before the beginning of the project lawn.

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That’s the finished look of the luscious green lawn.

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Good things don’t happen for free. You have to do a great deal of working to make them happen.

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Nick is drilling into the concrete floor to make some space for a little lawn.

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It’s now time to get rid of all the mess.

All cleared out and ready for the next step.

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How can we expect the grass to grow without any soil?

Voila! It’s done in only $400. All in just one day.

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“Bentley loves his little grassy area. We’ve even added a canvas shade for him. Nick really went above and beyond on this project.”

He already has his spot picked out.

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That’s the sign of a happy doggo.

Any celebration is not complete without a family photo.

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That’s a memorable photo of Bentley and his new buddy.

We are so sorry to hear about your doggo.

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Some positive affirmations from the people.

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All dogs deserve to be treated in the best way possible.

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He sure is one lucky doggo.

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So happy to see that Bentley got his dream yard and things turned out to be great for him. We hope every dog is as lucky as Bentley and have all their wishes come true. What do you guys think? Let us know in the comments below.

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