The Nae Nae is a hip-hop dance that involves planting one’s feet, swaying with shoulder movement, placing one hand in the air and one hand down, and incorporating personal creativity.
Why would anyone mistreat such an adorable little princess? Sadly, Nae Nae came from a sad situation. Animal control was called when a good Samaritan witnessed her being all tangled-up in a big heavy chain with inadequate shelter and no water. She was immediately confiscated and taken to the city pound. As soon as we saw her "nae nae" in her cage, we knew we had to give her a chance to strut her stuff in a loving home.
Adoption Fee: $150
Breed: Pit Bull
Age: 1-3 yrs
Weight: 50-60 lbs
Color: White & Red
Nae Nae is healthy and ready for adoption.
THE cutest underbite and the most adorable monkey face! Nae Nae is slightly smaller than average but very well built. She looks adorable!
Nae Nae is enjoying life at the MPR shelter. She's doing great. Her stay in an overcrowded city pound before coming to us stressed her out a little but she is getting over her it now. She's getting the groove of life at MPR like a champ. She uses her doggy-door if she needs to potty and keeps her inside kennel clean. She doesn't shred her blankets and doesn't cause problems in her kennel. She is however, a little reactive at the sight of other dogs so was moved to a kennel with less doggy neighbors. She's doing awesome.
We cant stress enough how people-friendly this happy girl is. We named her Nae Nae because she loves to shake her booty when she's happy to greet friends. She's literally dancing for joy, lol. While she is beyond thrilled to be with people. Nae Nae's enthusiasm isn't out of control. She actually has great greeting manners and behaves like a courteous little princess.
Nae Nae's energy level is medium. She's lively but pretty chill overall. If you are too busy for her, she doesn't insist. She'll find something to do until you have time for her. She will follow you around though, and when you give her attention, she will melt in your arms. And again, her butt wiggles are to die for.
Nae Nae is a little bit on the submissive side with humans but dominant with other pets.
Behavior with people:
Super sweet. Extremely friendly! All she wants is to love and be loved. This fun-loving girl is definitely a great representative of the breed. When they say "Pit Bulls don't know a stranger", it was meant for Nae Nae. She absolutely loves when people "watch her Nae Nae", lol.
Behavior with children:
She hasn't been with kids since being in our program but she spent a couple weeks in a transition foster home with children. The little ones were 3 and 4 years old. The parents reported that Nae Nae was lovely with the kids and no problem at all. We believe she would do great in a home with kids.
Behavior with other dogs:
She was in a play group with other dogs while at the pound and did ok. While she can get along with other dogs, she is on the dominant side, especially with other females. She wont back down if challenged and her roughhousing can easily escalate. She could be placed in a home with a friendly and tolerant male if the owners are breed savvy but the introduction might take some time. She would shine as an only pet.
Behavior with other animals:
She has little training that we know of but she is eager to please and responsive. She knows sit and is treat motivated. She seems housebroken and is non-destructive. That said, we always recommend crating a newly adopted dog until you know them well and can trust them alone in the house.
She's super cute, that's a given, but her love for people is what captures your heart. Bring on the charm! She is just irresistible! The best thing about her though, is to watch her Nae Nae.
Missouri Pit Bull Rescue makes no express or implied warranty, representation or promise to the age, health, breed, habits, disposition, behaviors, obedience, or safety of the dogs in our program. Our assessments are subjective and based on information we receive when selecting the dogs for our program, as well as observations and reports from our volunteers and caretakers. Adopters understand that no one can predict how a dog will react under all circumstances and situations.