BAILEY – A1067627
Safe - 4-3-2016 Staten Island
BAILEY – A1067627
***SAFER : EXPERIENCED HOME / NO YOUNG CHILDREN***
SPAYED FEMALE, BR BRINDLE / WHITE, PIT BULL MIX, 6 yrs
OWNER SUR – AVAILABLE, HOLD RELEASED Reason OWN EVICT
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 03/15/2016, From NY 10306, DueOut Date 03/15/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary Scan postitive 460a67452E spayed female- tattoo noted approx 6 years BARH no eye, or nasal discharge slightly waxy debris AU missing incisors- broken mandibular incisor down to pulp-and gumline sparse haircoat on right lumbar area down tail with scabs pyoderma on abdomen broken nail on L hind foot live fleas seen skin scrape taken allowed all handling
3/16/16 : S: BAR dog. O: BAR spayed female dog. Cardiopulmonary: NSF upon auscultation of cardiac valve areas or lung fields. MS: AMB x4. Integ: hairless areas on medial thighs, on tail head and down dorsal tail. Small healing wound on R dorsocaudal flank. Small degree of dermatitis on ventrum. Spay site healing appropriately. EENT: normal appearance. A: R/O FAD vs other allergy. P: as no fleas were noted on exam (but were noted on initial exam), this may be a resolving FAD. Benadryl 75 mg (1, 50 mg tab and 1, 25 mg tab) administered PO at time of exam. Benadry, 1, 50 mg and 1, 25 mg tab PO BID x 3 days to R/O allergy.
Bailey is a 6yr old spayed female Pitbull that has no past or current medical issues that the owner is aware of.
According to the owner Bailey is great in the presence of strangers and she interacts with them just fine. She has been in the presence of children and plays somewhat rough. She has knocked children over but no aggressive behavior what so ever. Baily has engaged in play with other dogs and plays in very rough manner according to the owner. She has also been around cats and she is relaxed and respectful of them. Bailey has never bitten a person or another animal.
Bailey doesn’t have any guarding issues when it comes to food, treats, and toys. These items can be given and taken away with no issues according to the owner. She takes well to all grooming agents like, recieving a bath, having her nails trimmed, and the brushing of her coat. These grooming agents can be done with little to no struggle.
For a New Family to Know:
Bailey is described to be friendly, playful, and excitable with a medium to high activity level. When in the home Bailey is the type of dog that will follow you around seeking attention or be in the same room. She enjoys all sorts of dog toys and will play with just about anything. Bailey is an indoor only dog that is house broken. She was brought up eating both wet/dry food and the brands the owner gave were Purina Dog Chow, Kibbles & Bits, and Pedigree. When left alone in the home Baily can be destructive of household items but besides that she is well behaved. When left alone in the yard she is well behaved. She knows a few basic commands like sit, down, give paw, and stay according to the owner. For daily exercise she went for slow walks on a leash and when on a leash she pulls slightly.
SAFER – 3/15/16
Bailey came into our center as an owner surrender citing housing issues. It is reported she has been in the presence of children, sometimes playing a bit rough and unintentionally knocking them over. Owner reports Bailey has been around cats, relaxed and respectful. It is reported she is not bothered if anyone touches her Food, Toys, Treats. She is reportedly housebroken but may be destructive of household items. Bailey is reportedly well behaved in the yard. She is described as friendly, playful, excitable. Bailey allowed her head to be cupped in assessor’s hands during Look item, eyes averted, tail wagging. She leaned into assessor during Sensitivity item, body soft. Bailey was distracted and unresponsive during Tag game, settled easily at end. She pulled her paw back on both Squeeze attempts. Bailey showed no interest in Toy, though this may be due to the environment as owner reports she enjoys all sorts of dog toys and will play with just about anything. Bailey approached the helper dog at an appropriate pace, tail at spine level, not stiff. Owner reports Bailey has engaged in play with other dogs and can tend to play in a rough manner. Due to rough play that results in knocking children over, the Behavior Team feels Bailey would do well with an Experienced adopter that does not have young children. She may benefit initially from a slow approach/slow introduction as well as a calm, quiet, structured environment so she can relax and know what to expect in her new home. Bailey may benefit from obedience classes to learn body awareness as well as crate training which will be beneficial to decrease any destruction of household items as reported by her previous owners.
Look: 1. Dog’s eyes are averted, with tail wagging and ears back. She allows head to be held loosely in Assessor’s cupped hands.
Sensitivity: 1. Dog leans into the Assessor, eyes soft or squinty, mouth closed, tail wag
Tag: 2. Dog is not fearful, but is unresponsive to the Assessor, focused on stimuli other than the Assessor.
Squeeze 1/ 2. 2 Dog pulls back paw
Toy 1. No interest.
Dog – dog 2. Dog approaches helper dog with tail at spine level, body not stiff, ears relaxed, and lip neutral
When off leash with other dogs, Bailey was polite when greeting a male dogs but did not engage in any play. She stays by handlers side most of the time and responds well when corrected for jumping on another dog’s back.
3/17 update : Bailey appears interested in interacting but may be too scared, She often keeps her distance but will walk past the dog for a sniff every now and then also when other dog interacts with handlers with her tail wagging. She does whine a lot and often will stay close to human handlers.
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