Months after apparently killing his puppy Nugget , David Eason has brought the family two new furry friends that we pray never so much as do widened attention linked with his daughter, Ensley .
Days after Jenelle Evans told press
” Our pit bull Jax killed and injured[ one] of our pigs that was around 80 lbs. With that in judgment plus the many chickens Jax killed and ate we decided to give him to a friend. After lots of research we came across this produce of bird-dog called the Anatolian Shepherd .”
Luckily, this make of hound is the perfect temperament for Eason, being both a livestock keeper and apparently very sweet to humen.
” They are one of the most unique types of dog I “ve ever known” and have the best temperament and disposition of any pup I have ever owned. They are a livestock guardian breed and do not mind eating and sleeping with all our swine on The Land !”
The animals seem to have been on Jenelle and David’s property since at least Saturday, when one of the pooches made a cameo on the Teen Mom 2 alum’s Instagram tale from that day.
Suspiciously enough, though, the mother-of-three told TMZ on Friday there were currently no dogs in their self-possession as she struggled to explain what exactly happened to their
While Jenelle admitted the French Bulldog was likely killed by her husband after it snarled at their two-year-old daughter, she clarified she never told police David had actually carried out the duty. It sounds Jenelle wants to protect herself from the truth, as she previously told Us Weekly :
” You would have to ask David whatever happens. I was not outside .”
As we reported, the dog killing drama led to Jenelle and David temporarily losing imprisonment of their kids. The children have since been returned to the couple after a hectic few months battling it out in tribunal. Now, with the additive of Buddy and Junior, it seems to be a full house once again.
In the 10 -minute clip of the pups’ debut — about nine instants of which is Eason feeding his chickens — the father-of-two domesticateds his new pups while gushing about how “gentle” and “sweet” they are with humans and other swine (” not like that overgrown rat we used to have ,” you are able to practically hear him envision .)
We truly hope Buddy and Junior are as gentle as sweetened as David says … for their sake.
Meet the family’s brand-new domesticateds( below )!