BEAR – A1125130
Safe - 9-12-2017 Manhattan Rescue: Looking Glass Animal Rescue Please honor your pledges: https://www.paypal.me/LookingGlassAR
BEAR – A1125130
NEUTERED MALE, BROWN, GERM SH POINT MIX, 13 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason PET HEALTH
Intake condition GERIATRIC Intake Date 09/10/2017, From NY 11211, DueOut Date 09/13/2017,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary BARH scan negative neutered male 13 yrs old reported allows handling geriatric heavy tartar cut on rt ear clean EEN mass on rt side of mouth tried to scratch and got bleeding, placed e-collar on occationally limping HWT positive BCS 5/9 NOSF
A volunteer writes: Fuzzy wuzzy was a bear, fuzzy wuzzy had no hair, fuzzy wuzzy wasn’t fuzzy, was he? You too will be reduced to silly nursery rhymes when spending time with this sweet and brave soul. Surrendered to our care by his person who hopes that someone better equipped than he will step up to love and care for his dog, Bear is happy to be out for a walk and make new friends. He doesn’t let a little thing like a tumor and wearing a cone get in the way of a lovely walk, and some great treats. He’s likely housetrained, going potty the moment we were out the door, has impeccable leash manners and loves to investigate all the interesting scents along the way. His eyes are bright and loving, he enjoys petting and making human connections, and even tried to sit for me for a treat. He may have a little old age stiffness which made it difficult, but he sure gave it a good try. Treats are taken gently and with soft manners, again, a little thing like a mouth tumor isn’t going to stand in the way of a nosh! When I produced a squeaky toy Bear’s eyes lit up, his tail wagged, and he perhaps remembered his younger days when he bounced after a toy. Maybe he still can as we were on leash so not possible at that time. An awesomely fabulous, gentle, sweet soul, Bear is not going to let that tumor stand in his way of love and happiness. Neither should you. Can you open your home to our fuzzy wuzzy Bear? How big is your heart?
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