AMBER – 15249
RTO SAFE 12/04/17
AMBER – 15249
Intake Date: 12/2/17 Intake Type: Stray
Medical Behavior: Green Age: 10 years Sex: Spayed female
Weight: 51 lbs
LVT intake : Microchip Scan: Scanned positive with Chip Evidence of Cruelty:no Observed Behavior:sweet, gentle, attention seeking, allows all handling Sex: Spayed female (tattoo visible) Estimated Age: 10 years Subjective: Brought in by police/owner died; no medical history Eyes: cataracts in both eyes; may be unable to see in left eye; limited vision in right eye Ears: clear Oral Exam: heavy tarter, movement of teeth/positioning. Heart: no murmur detected Lungs:wnl Abdomen: soft Musculoskeletal: some stiffness in hind limbs and hips. Mentation:appropriate ** small soft mass by right anal gland; non-painful. Preliminary Assessment:geriatric/manageable Plan: Needs DVM intake
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Amber looks to be a 10 year old dog that who’s owner passed away and she was brought to the ACC as a stray.
Previously lived with: Owner
Behavior Notes: During intake Amber had a loose body and was wagging her tail. She allowed the counselor to collar her and take her picture with no problems. She even jumped on the counselors lap and licked their face.
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Amber was brought in as a stray so her behavior around other dogs is unknown.
12/03: When off leash at the Care Center, Amber greets the male helper dog with a soft posture. She exchanges a few sniffs then mostly wanders the yard, keeping to herself.
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