A new dog… is this really a good idea? According to David Eason and Jenelle Evans it is. Why not get two more dogs.
Back to School… New dog?
The former Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans tried to get pictures of her kids first days at school for the year, but fans are more worried about the family’s new dog that was featured in the photos.
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After all of the backlash that the family had faced when Jenelle’s husband, David Eason, killed their family dog earlier this year. The couple had decided to purchase a pair of Anatolian Shepherd puppies. Which left many fans worried for the sake of the dogs.
Meet our puppies
David revealed the new dogs by uploading a ten-minute video titled, “Meet our puppies.” The video primarily focusses on their chickens, however, the families controversial reality star got some video coverage of the dogs as well.
David revealed they had gotten rid of their last dog, who was a pit bull, due to its love for killing the chickens.
“Recently, we had to find a better way of protecting our chickens and livestock. We have hawks and crows always eating the heads off our chickens and plastic owls are NOT doing the tirck. Our pit bull Jax killed and maimed one of our pigs taht was around 80 pounds. With that in mind plus the many chickens Jax killed and ate we decided to give him to a friend. After lots of research we came across this breed of dog called the Anatolian Shepherd. They are one of the most unique types of dog I have ever seen and have the best temperament and disposition of any dog I have ever owned. They are a livestock guardian breed and do not mind eating and sleeping with all our animals on the Land!”
Buddy and Junior
In the clip, David first introduces Buddy, who like Junior is a livestock guardian dog. He states that chickens are his favourite animals to be around and that he is the sweetest boy ever and is very gentle. He then introduces Junior, saying that both dogs don’t jump on people, are very calm and have apparently bonded with him and Jenelle and follow the pair around whenever possible.