AceShowbiz - It seems like Jenelle Evans and husband David Eason have no plan to take some time before having new pets following their infamous dog-killing scandal. The former "Teen Mom 2" stars have welcomed two new dogs to the family, judging by David's new video on YouTube.
Uploaded on Sunday, July 14, the video saw David introducing his new pooches--two Anatolian Shepherds named Buddy and Junior. He revealed that the new fury friends were brought in to help protect their chickens and livestock which were attacked pretty often by hawks and crows.
"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!" David further explained in the description of the video.
In the clip, first introduced Buddy who was "a livestock guardian dog" alongside Junior. He said that "chickens are his favorite" animals to be around, he's the "sweetest boy ever" and is "gentle." He later said that both dogs "don't even jump on people" and were "very calm."
"They follow me everywhere I go," he went on saying. "And Jenelle, if she's out here, they'll follow her everywhere she goes. Especially that one there, Junior, he follows Jenelle everywhere. He's sweet."
It seemed like David filmed the video not long after the dogs arrived at his and Jenelle's shared house since the pups appeared to have been on the property since at least Saturday. One of the new dogs was featured in one of Jenelle's Instagram Stories updates on that day.
This comes quite surprising since Jenelle shared to TMZ on Friday that there were currently no dogs in their possession. This also arrives after it was previously said that David shot and killed her bulldog Nugget for allegedly attacking their daughter Ensley, though police recently claimed that the story was fabricated for publicity since there was no evidence indicating that the killing actually happened.
Jenelle denied the claims, accusing the police of having grudge against her and David. "I think the cop has grudges against us. We had to send a letter from our lawyer telling them to leave us alone and stop calling us, stop harassing us...I told the truth. I told them what happened from what I saw. I mean, I don't know what to tell you. I wasn't outside when anything happened. I don't know. You have to ask David," she said during an Instagram Live broadcast.