BLUSH – A1096223
Safe - 11-11-2016 Manhattan
BLUSH – A1096223
FEMALE, WHITE, BICHON FRISE MIX, 10 yrs
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition GERIATRIC Intake Date 11/07/2016, From NY 10001, DueOut Date 11/10/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary BARH scan negative geriatric mod tartar slightly cloudy eyes dirty and matted coat, need grooming female intact nails trimmed very nervous, tense NOSF
A volunteer writes:
I so love this little munchkin, so shy at first and at the back of her den, then much more daring after our time together, cuddling. Blush is cute and tiny, a little beauty waiting to bloom in the hands of the groomer and of cause , mostly in yours…She loves the arms and the lap but also walks very nicely on the leash. We can not affirm that she is housetrained as so often , “little dogs” are both house trained and paper trained. I love her button eyes and I can only imagine how beautiful and charming she will be once groomed. She feels soft and light against my chest. She so loves to be kissed and hugged… Blush is ten years of age but is still quite spunky, giving and loving. She will make a lovely companion, sure to make the heart of a new owner content to have welcomed her into his or her life. Come and meet Blush at the Manhattan Care Center. She is waiting for you.
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