DAISY – A1092050
Safe - 10-4-2016 Manhattan
DAISY – A1092050
SPAYED FEMALE, GOLD / BROWN, COCKER SPAN, 8 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason NO TIME
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 10/02/2016, From NY 11367, DueOut Date 10/02/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary Spayed female–tattoo Scan negative for a microchip 8 years old according to the owner Eyes are clear but watery Nose= No discharge Ears are clean Teeth have moderate to heavy tarter Coat is clean Dewormed with Pyrantel Flea Treatment=Activyl As of now no signs of CIRDC As of now no V/S/C/D NOSF Nervous getting out of the cage but allowed all handling
A volunteer writes: Regal on her big fluffy round bed, Miss Daisy is initially shy in her kennel but allows me to leash her and out we go. Lovely on leash she walks spryly by my side as we head to the park. As soon as her little fluffy feet touched the grass she went potty, and then it was all tail wags as we cuddled. We sat together like two old friends, no need for conversation as we ‘get’ each other. Kids going to school, adults on their way to work, and others walking their dogs, we watched it all. Daisy wags her little stumpy little Spaniel tail at a cute puppy, and ignores a yappy dog pulling towards us. Experience and good manners serve her well. The closer we became in friendship the comfortable Daisy was in sitting closer to me, eventually nudging my hand to pet her if I stopped. Surrendered by the only family she’s ever known for “no time”, we’re told she’s housetrained when walked regularly, doesn’t guard her things, hides during storms and fireworks, doesn’t mind being brushed but baths are not a favorite, lived with children ages 9 month to 15 years with whom she liked to play, and has spent time with various dog breeds and was usually relaxed and playful with all. Daisy enjoys toys, is well behaved when left home alone and slept in the bed with her person. Sound like the perfect dog to you? It sure does to me and I’m totally in love with her. You will be too when you meet her so do it today.
Daisy is an 8 year old spayed female Cocker spaniel. She was given to her previous owner as a gift when she was a puppy. She was surrendered because her previous owner has the time to care for her. She has not been to the vet but has no known injuries or health problems.
Around strangers Daisy is friendly and outgoing and exuberant when she plays with adults. She lived with children ages 9 months to 15 years old and when she plays she is also exuberant. She’s spent time with all breeds and was usually relaxed and playful and exuberant at play.
Daisy has never attempted to bite a person or animal. She is hides during storms or fireworks. If her food bowl was touched while eating she continued to eat with relaxed body. She isn’t bothered if a treat of toy is taken from her. She isn’t bothered if taken off furniture. She’s friendly if she is picked up or disturbed while sleeping. She struggles to get away during baths. She isn’t bothered if her coat is brushed or if her nails are trimmed. She was friendly if an unfamiliar person approached her home or previous owner.
For a New Family to Know:
Daisy is described as friendly, affectionate, playful, confident, and excitable with a medium activity. The two things her previous owner liked most about her were; she’s playful and friendly. When her previous owner was home she would tend to follow her around. She likes to play with balls, stuffed and squeaky toys and played fetch and tug. She was kept indoors only and at night she slept on her previous owner’s bed. She ate dry Kibbles and Bits. She is house-trained but had accidents a few times a week if not taken out. When left alone indoors, she is well behaved. She knows the cues sit and come. For exercise she was walked twice a day. On leash she pulls lightly.
Behavior during intake:
Daisy had a wagging tail and relaxed body. she allowed me to pet her, collar her and touch her paws. After her previous owner left she hid under a chair but once I spoke to her she came out and was relaxed. She showed no signs of aggression.
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