When asked to describe this sweet boy’s temperament, PNut’s caregiver said, “Spunky!” A 13-year-old neutered Yorkshire Terrier, PNut arrived at ARF after his person became ill and could not care for him. In fact, PNut himself has a few health challenges that an adopter needs to be aware of: PNut has a very sensitive stomach, and needs to be fed only a special diet of Hills ID Canine … otherwise, he has unpleasant bouts of … bowel irritability, to put it nicely. Also, PNut requires a daily dose of medication to improve his cardiac and vascular health. No problems there, as PNut is always ready to eat, and eagerly eats the pill when placed in his food. In spite of his age and minor ailments, PNut is full of energy, has bright eyes and a wagging tail … and would be so happy to get back into a loving home. But beware of his charming wiles: he’ll beg for food even right after eating, and woe to you if you feed him table scraps! Now, that’s not too hard to live with, is it? Just keep him on his own diet and medication, and you and PNut will both be happy! PNut’s adoption fee is $90, which includes lab work, current vaccination, a six month’s supply of ProHeart heartworm preventative, and a microchip.