CANYON – A1095238
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CANYON – A1095238
MALE, TAN, YORKSHIRE TERR, 14 yrs
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 10/30/2016, From NY 10001, DueOut Date 11/02/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary QAR scan negative neutered male geriatric heavy tartar missing most of teeth slightly protrudate tongue very cloudy eyes, possible cataracts and blind clean coat NOSF
A volunteer writes: Little Canyon was found by a good samaritan and brought to the care center. He was so scared when he came in and I placed him on the counter, all wrapped up in a blankie. His eyes were cloudy and he was bit on the thin side. I knew he was an senior citizen. I took him in my arms and cradled him. Poor little chap. Later on, I found him laying flat like a pancake in his kennel. I petted him, scooped him up, and we went for a photo shoot in the yard. Canyon was so compliant. He walked a little, but his vision being most likely compromised, he favored being carried over strolling in the street. He did not want roastbeef treats, but to my surprise, gulped down a whole carton of wet food. Good for him. He needs to regain strength and be up to speed for when he will hopefully leave us for a a caring and loving home. Canyon is at the Manhattan Care Center, dreaming of a comfy spot on your lap.
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