CHAI – 19344
Safe - 2-15-2018 Manhattan
Hello, my name is Chai. My animal id is #19344. I am a female brown dog at the Manhattan Animal Care Center. The shelter thinks I am about 3 years 2 weeks old.
I came into the shelter as a returns on 01-Feb-2018.
Chai is being placed at risk for Canine Infectious Respiratory Disease Complex which is contagious to other dogs. She will likely require in home care with a course of antibiotics. We recommend that she go to an experienced dog home with no young children due to behaviors seen in the care center.
Let’s get to know each other a bit more…
A volunteer writes: Chai is an adorable brindley dumpling waiting right at her door to meet you. A cute bundle she is, looking right at me with bright eyes and a lovely round face cocked to the side. How can one resist her? Chai is eager to go out, stops by a gathering of staff, gets her share of hugs, and off to the street we go to attend to business. We take a quick walk around the block. Yes, she did not expect rain and snow and is quickly back inside for a drying session. Chai appreciates the attention and licks my hands. Treats are in order. She sits beautifully for them, and almost emptied my bag of its kibbles, slowly but surely. She comes on her own onto my lap for caresses. Chai was very shy when she came in to the care center, but time and socialization did their work, and Chai is now ready to find a new home and a human or family to love. Come and meet Chai soon at the Manhattan Care Center and make her yours.
Another volunteer writes: An irresistible pocket pittie, with ears framing her face like calla lillies, this adorable peanut is already a staff favorite, greeted by all, as she saunters through the building heading out for our walk. Friendly and tail waggy, she loves giving kisses, and with determination pulled her short little self onto a bench to snuggle closer to her new volunteer friend. Her kisses are adorable, she’s focused but waits patiently for treats which she takes softly. Once I’ve given her a treat she’s my new bestie as she waits for more. Stand up hugs, sit down cuddles are all within her repertoire and she’s waiting to show you her expertise. In Hebrew, Chai is the symbol for ‘life’, so let’s show this little brindle girl how good life can be. Come meet her today!
My medical notes are…
Weight: 50 lbs
Details on my behavior are…
Behavior Condition: 2. Blue
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