Carson Kressley and RHOD Fans Confirm: Dallas Dog Behaviorist, Brad Bevill, Is “Super Hot”
Love it or hate it, the Real Housewives of Dallas has some serious star-making potential. Case in point: renowned DFW dog behaviorist, Brad Bevill. As the trainer for Kameron Wescott’s beloved Pomeranian, Fanci, the founder of Bevill Dog Behavior definitely turned some heads on the series premiere.
Who was looking? For starters, celebrity talk show host Andy Cohen (Watch What Happens Live) and celebrity guest, Carson Kressley (Queer Eye for the Straight Guy). Asked “Hot or Not?”, Kressley described Bevill as “SUPER HOT… but a little grumpy.” (Those who know Brad equate the “grumpiness” to passion, stemming back to the stronghold of his work: holding his clients accountable for following through on their pet’s training.)
Judging by the resulting full-blown Twitter storm, Carson isn’t the only who thinks Brad is hot. Scores of RHOD viewers also want to see more of Dallas’ favorite trainer. Expect the waitlist for his services—already stretching into summer 2021—to only grow.
The good news is Kameron Westcott herself assures RHOD fans there’s more Brad in store on upcoming episodes. The series airs Tuesdays, 8 p.m. CT, on Bravo.
For more Bevill-watching, tune-in to CW’s To the Rescue (Saturdays, 7 a.m. CT in Dallas – check local listings); his newly-launched website, bevilldogbehavior.com; or Instagram @bevilldogbehavior.