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Wentworth was found with a very serious burn all down his back. We're not sure what happened, but it was certainly not good times. Thankfully, the times are taking a turn for the better. Wentworth is a sweet dog who very much deserves a reversal in fortune. Things might have been rough for Wentworth before, but when it comes to being a family dog, he's a natural. He is house trained, does well in his crate, rides well in the car and has decent leash manners. He even knows the "sit" command. He has a warm and winning smile, and is very affectionate with those he trusts. His injuries have not dampened his love of snuggling. He has a nice medium-style activity level. Down to chill and chase a tennis ball in equal measure. Though he is a trusting and loving soul at heart, Wentworth has been through a lot, and can be a bit anxious sometimes. He is shy around new people, and is particularly wary of men. Sometimes he warms up right away, sometimes he'd just rather not. He'll let you know when he's not feeling things, because when he is very nervous, his teeth chatter. Wentworth would do great in most homes, with a family that has the time to learn his quirks. He's good with kids and other dogs, though we haven't introduced him to cats yet. He's an easy-going spirit who just hasn't lived in easy circumstances. With a steady routine and reliable friends, he can really blossom. He has already come so far in foster. Those who have gotten to know him will not forget him. Wentworth has lived a dramatic life and is looking for a happy ending. Can you help write it?