An enthusiastic young Tyrannosaurus Rex, Nash lives for adventure. His mischievous charm and positive attitude make him good company out on the range.
Nash was surrendered by his owner. He is happy for a new beginning. He did come into our program with an eye ulcer that is currently being treated.
**Nash will be placed locally to the KC area**
Adoption Fee: $200
Breed: Pit Bull
Age: 10 weeks
Color: White & Black
Good with dogs: Yes
Good with cats: Unknown
Nash was treated for an eye ulcer that has since cleared after in foster care. He now is being treated with steroid drops to help clear the scar tissue that remains. While being treated for his ulcer we discovered that Nash's lower eyelashes were inverted also known as a entropion. Temporary sutures were placed to help pull the lashes out of his eye. The sutures have been removed and we are waiting to see if it holds. He could possibly need surgery in the future if he doesn't grow out of this. Nash's left eye is still blue and glazed form the swelling of the scar tissue. We are hopeful that with time he will regain a normal looking eye as well as his vision. He can see out of his left eye, just not clearly. He may not regain a totally clear vision and may be left with a small scar on his eye. Only time will tell, but we are very pleased to have saved his eye and have made such big improvements.
Even if you can’t adopt this sweetheart, you can still help by donating for his care.
Nash is being fostered in a home with other adults dogs. He is kenneled during the day when home alone. He sleeps through the night with his foster mom. He is starting to work on potty training and basic manners.
Nash is a very lively puppy. He has a fun-loving, outgoing personality. When tired he enjoys cuddling up next to his human and taking a snooze. We assume Nash was taken away from his litter mates at a young age. He is learning bite-inhibition and appropriate play with the other animals in the home.
Behavior with people:
Nash enjoys interacting with everyone he has met so far. He is very care-free and loves to enjoy the moment. He does want to know where his people are and wants to be near them.
Behavior with children:
Nash has yet to meet any children. He is mouthy and would probably do best in a home with older children. As he progresses and learns he may be able to be in a home with younger children.
Behavior with other dogs:
Nash is enjoying the company of the other dogs in his foster home. He is getting corrections from the older dogs but has a way to go before he understands how to properly play.
Behavior with other animals:
Nash is still very much a puppy. He will start to learn basic commands as well as work on potty and crate training.
That his face matches his personality. He is a total sweetheart.