1- He definitely likes to chase cats and so his forever home will need to be a cat free home. He is pure terrier and has a significant prey drive so this is not unexpected and good to know! We want to make sure our pups find good fit homes so all this information is very valuable.
2-Nash has not had the best of nutrition before coming to foster care. His coat along his back is like sandpaper and he is underweight, he is also getting over a cold. But he is getting the best of food and supplements now and so this is just temporary, he will be shiny, soft, and healthy and at his ideal weight in no time!
3-He gets along well with his foster siblings and here are some videos of him getting to know the pack.
4-He plays well with other dogs and here he is with Birdie our youngest female playing. (Birdie loves all the male foster dogs and she has been very interested in Nash)
5-Nash is curious and didn't even shy away from the lawnmower but rather followed along. This was still his first day with us so pretty cool he felt comfortable to do this!
In closing so as to not make this post too long, I will leave you with a picture of the cute little Nash resting on the dog bed near my desk.
|As you can see Nash on the first day, still settling in. He wants to close his eyes but just not sure yet.|
|You can see his little spine and he is all curled up tight. You will see his progress in foster care as he settles in and learns he can trust us. I know his body language will follow.|