Once he learns to trust you, Nash is a very sweet, affectionate and playful little guy. He has stranger danger, but once he warms up to you, he’s a lot of fun, extremely cuddly, and has a lot of love to give! While he might be little, don’t let that fool you, as Nash has no problem keeping up with his big dog foster siblings on daily long walks in the ravine. He’s extremely agile, and could also have fun doing agility or other fun activities. He’s also happy to be a couch potato, curling himself up under a blanket. He would do great in a home with other dogs and cats, but would also be content as an only child, since that just means more cuddles for himself!
Nash will need a home where someone is ready to set up some strict rules and boundaries, without rules this boy turns into a little troublemaker! He has been working hard and improving immensely with a trainer to get over his stranger danger and resource guarding issues. He is a very trainable little guy!
Nash would do best in a home with someone who has already experienced owning a dog and will make sure that Nash continues to follow his doggy rules in his new home.