DIAMOND – A1093075
Safe - 10-19-2016 Manhattan
DIAMOND – A1093075
FEMALE, BR BRINDLE / BLACK, BELG MALINOIS MIX, 3 yrs
STRAY – PRE RTO, HOLD FOR RTO Reason STRAY
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 10/11/2016, From NY 10467, DueOut Date 10/14/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary BARH scan pos#981020017100708 young female dog clean EEN clean coat allow handling NOSF
A volunteer writes:
Diamond wears well her name. She is not a diamond in the rough but a shining star. She might be 3 year old but looks and acts like a very young girl with good manners. She is adorable to look at and delicious to spend time with. Diamond was a little scared when she arrived at the care center. A kennel, to tell the truth, is not her cup of tea… She is energetic without being over the top and does obey orders very nicely. She is a good walker, does her business in one stop, has an eye for the pigeons without bothering to start a chase and meets other dogs uneventfully. Her first encounter with a gentle male, free in a playpen was not a success..Se was still too scared and ran away like a lady at bay, looking for rescue in the arms of her caretakers… Things have changed and Diamond has come out of her shell. She enjoys her walk, company and is very playful. Her eyes are so bright, her smile so genuine and happy when she is with her person. She loves treats and will jump or sit for them. She is a true regal for the eyes. Diamond has been beautifully cared for. She is healthy, enjoys a great weight, her coat is perfection and her naive or naughty face is to …live for… Come and meet Diamond at the Manhattan Care Center and make her your little princess, your forever best friend.
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