top of page




42 lb
1 year


Q-Lo (4)

Nathan, Neutered male, 1 year old, 42-Lbs.
If you would like to give NATHAN a forever home, please contact 

For our application form, please click to download: 
Visit us at Yelp: 

About Nathan:
Nathan is one impeccable cute pup, his witty eyes and charming personality tells it all.  He is sweet, cuddly, and affectionate.  He’s easy-going by nature and is aimed to please; he loves belly rubs and giving kisses to everyone he meets.  He’s quick in learning, already mastered some basic commands and is potty trained.  He is well behaved inside the house, with no chewing or barking issues.  He is good with young kids, and gets along with dogs and cats, either in public places or indoors.  Nathan will make a great companion for any type of family; you will be the lucky one if you have him!

Nathan’s rescue story:
Nina, a mother dog, and her four puppies showed up at a park in middle of March.  They are very sweet and close to people.  It was suspected that they were abandoned by previous owner.
This stray family’s story was posted online by a volunteer who fed them regularly, hoping to find them good home.  We responded to the request to place Nina and three of her puppies, except Nathan, at foster home.  Nathan was left behind because the volunteer told us he was already taken home by someone in the neighborhood.  However, three weeks later, the volunteer found Nathan was chained outside of the Vietnamese workers’ dorm.  Those alien workers are infamous for dog slaughter.  We rushed to the site and got little Nathan out of his plight.

Nathan went through a complete checkup and has received a clean bill of health.  He quickly settled in foster home and is enjoying family life very much.  Please watch Nathan’s videos to learn how much love this young pup would like to share with your family if only he’s given a second chance in life. 

Please watch Nathan’s YouTube videos below:
About Nathan
Nathan’s album
Nathan with cats
Before rescued

Social inclination: Submissive
People/Children-friendly:  Yes
Gets along with cats:  Yes
Gets along with outside dogs:  Yes 
-   ANXIETY  -
Skittish:   No
Fear of men:  No
Barks when unattended:  No
Chews things up when unattended:  No
Biting incidents:  No
Food aggression with dogs:  No
Food aggression with humans:  No
Energy level:  Moderate
House trained:   Yes
Leash-trained:  Good on leash 
Commands learned:  Sit, shake hand, down
Adapts in new environments?  3 days
Dog gets to go out with foster family in a day:  3-times a day
Good in car:  Yes

bottom of page