Children's Hospital and Medical Center hosted 190 pounds of big-hearted happiness Monday as Bentley the Therapy Dog traipsed through the halls painting smiles on faces.
Bentley helps raise the spirits of those being treated at Children's and he also raises money to help fight cancer in kids.
Colorado's Patrick Malcom told us, "We had a family member getting treatment here at Omaha's Children's Hospital and there's boredom for the kids and parents and Bentley is an extra large therapy dog who catches their attention."
Bentley travels around the country to share a warm heart with sick kids and help raise cold cash that's meant for healing. He's helped raise $50,000 in the fight against cancer.
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