CHASITY – A1028031
Safe - 5-8-2015 Brooklyn
SAFE – 05/08/15
CHASITY – A1028031
*** EXPERIENCED HOME ***
FEMALE, BROWN / WHITE, PIT BULL MIX, 1 yr
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 02/15/2015, From NY 11212, DueOut Date 02/18/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary SCANNED NEGATIVE, FEMALE LACTATING NO PUPPIES, 2 YEARS OLD ~, PHYSICAL EXAM, EETN-NO EYE OR NASAL DISCHARGE -EARS WNL -MILD GINGIVITIS, SKIN-NO FLEAS OR TICKS NOTED (ACTIVYL APPLIED) -BODY SCORE 2/5 VERY SKINNY SHOWING RIB CAGE AND HIP BONES, ALLOWS HANDLING, NO SIGN OF AGGRESSION AND VERY CALM, BARH, NOSF
S/O: BAR, EATING WITH GREAT APPETITE, FRIENDLY, ALLOWS ALL HANDLING, EENM: MM PINK AND MOIST, CRT 2 SEC, MILD TO MODERATE DENTAL TARTAR/STAINING
CV: NO MURMURS OR ARRHYTHMIAS, LUNGS: CLEAR, ABD: SOFT AND NONTENDER, MS/INTEG: AMB X 4, BCS 1/9, NS: APPROPRIATE, PLN: NSF, GU: INTACT FEMALE, LACTATING
10ML PANACUR PO Q24HRS X 3 DAYS. PANACUR STARTED TODAY., FECAL – PENDING, FEED TID X 30 DAYS
A volunteer writes: All dogs are deserving of a good home, a healthy environment, a place where they can flourish and stand out with all those positive traits … And we all wish they had upbringing and so much more. But unfortunately that always is not the case, for one reason or another, these beautiful animals are subjected to an early environment that leave a scar that is hard to diminish, and sometimes harder to change. The old words, “It’s hard to teach an old dog new tricks”, is to often to true. So … With a good heart and a positive spirit, we can make that difference. Chastity is one of those very dogs, she came in as a stray and her background is all that we can see and take hold of. I noted while walking that Chastity is a dog that is oh so sweet, and willing to be part of my picture, as her walker. She only pulled some while we walked and lent herself to paying attention to my lead, she seems to be house trained, and knows exactly where to do her business. She’s got a beautiful coat, solid brown with a white tuft of hair on her chest. She does know some commands, like “Sit”, and “Paw”, and was eager to please my requests. You really have to experience her to find out how right this animal is to be brought into your life and home with your family. Wont you please come into our Center today, here in Brooklyn and meet with Chastity … It, for sure, is going to be one of the best decisions you’ve made in your life. Make that difference today.
Behavior: Experienced Home
SAFER: Chasity was brought in as a stray, and the finder stated Chasity was fearful during an initial approach, but easily warmed up and was said to be affectionate. During intake Chasity was reported to be friendly and affectionate. She gave paw and sat on command, and allowed all handling by an admissions counselor. During SAFER Chasity was very sociable and allowed the assessor to conduct each handling item without issue. Chasity did become a bit tense and could not be pushed out of the food bowl during the food test, but she did not growl or snap at the assess-a-hand. She only showed minimal interest in the toy items, and was easy to handle when chewing on the rawhide item. During the dog-dog interaction, Chasity was relaxed when approaching the helper dog, but was not playful.
Look: 2. Dog pulls out of Assessor’s hands each time without settling during three repetitions.
Sensitivity: 1. Dog stands still and accepts the touch, her eyes are averted, and her tail is in neutral position with relaxed body posture. Dog’s mouth is closed for at least a portion of the assessment item.
Tag: 1. Dog assumes play position and joins the game.
Squeeze 1 & 2: 2. Dog quickly pulls back.
Food: 3. Dog follows the dish, her tail between her legs, ears are forward. Her body is a bit stiff. Dog does not lift her head from the bowl when hand is applied to his cheek.
Toy: 1. Minimal interest in toy, dog smells, then turns away.
Rawhide: 1. Dog settles down close to chew, will relinquish rawhide to you.
Dog-dog: 2. Dog approaches helper dog with tail at spine level, body not stiff, ears relaxed, lip neutral.
When off leash with other dogs, Chastity is playing upon entering the pen with males and females. She tends to over-correct other dogs.
Chastity continues to play well off leash with both males and females. She is a polite greeter upon entering the pen and attempts to engage a female in play but respects when other female is not interested in play.
Chastity continues to be a soft and relaxed female when off leash with other dogs. She is respectful of calmer dogs and tolerant of dogs more eager to play. She engages in a few bouts of play with a male dog and is tolerant of his attempts to play.
Chasity continues to be a polite greeter to other dogs when off leash/ She is not usually interested in engaging in play but does enjoys interacting and being with another dog exploring the yard.
Chastity is tolerant of active, rough and rowdy dogs in the yard with her and briefly runs and engages in play but spends most of time sitting next to the handlers in the yard.
Chastity continues to not be very interested in play with other dogs, but is tolerant in their presence. She is very interested in engaging with people.
Chastity continues to be tolerant and interested in greeting other dogs but is not interested in play
3/17, 3/18 Update
Chastity continues to be tolerant of social males and females but is not interested in play.
Chastity continues to be tolerant of other dogs, both males and females
Chastity continues to be tolerant of both male and females, though not interested in play, is a polite greeting and does enjoy some interaction with other dogs
Chastity continues to be social around other dogs but not interested in interacting below initial greetings
Chastity is tolerant and respectful around other dogs and is polite when greeted
Chasity continues to do well with other dogs.
3/28, 3/29 Update
Chasity continues to do well in a social group with other dogs and is social
Chastity continues to be generally tolerant and respectful around other dogs and will offer an appropriate correction when another dog gets near her face in his attempt to play.
3/31, 4/1 Update
Chastity continues to be tolerant around other dogs and is respectful during brief interactions
She is tolerant, respectful and social with other dogs
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