DUTCHESS – 31267
Safe - 7-8-2018 Brooklyn
DUTCHESS – 31267
Intake Date: 6/15/18 Intake Type: Owner Surrender
Medical Behavior: —; Sex: Female Age: 12 years
Weight: 86 lbs
LVT Intake Exam : Microchip Scan:scanned negative Evidence of Cruelty:none Observed Behavior:BAR Sex:Female/intact Estimated Age:12 yr
Subjective: describe how he animal is presenting and any known history Eyes:clean clear Ears:waxy, attempted to clean, did not like Oral Exam:gums bright red, white teeth
Heart: Lungs: Abdomen: Musculoskeletal: Mentation:appropriate muzzled for nail trim since very long, all paws. Preliminary Assessment: Plan:
Let’s get to know each other a bit more…
Basic Information: Dutchess is a brown brindle and white female dog that as surrendered by her owner due to the fact she is moving out of the country. The owner stated that she got Dutchess as a gift and she has had her for the past 12 years.
Previously lived with: Owner
How is this dog around strangers? Owner stated that when around strangers Dutchess is friendly and outgoing. When playing with adults she is gentle.
How is this dog around children? Dutchess has spent time in the home around a 5 year old child. when around them she is relaxed and affectionate. when playing with children she is gentle.
How is this dog around other dogs? Dutchess has spent time in the home around 2 other female dogs and a she is relaxed and affectionate. When playing with other dogs she is gentle.
How is this dog around cats?
Dutchess has not spent time in the home around cats so it is unknown how he will react.
Resource guarding: Dutchess is not bothered if someone was to touch her food treats or toys. If someone unfamiliar approaches her home or family member she will bark.
Bite history: Dutchess has no bite history.
Energy level/descriptors: medium
Other Notes: Owner stated that overall Dutchess behaves well. During loud noises and fireworks he is not bothered. Dutchess is not bothered if she is pushed off the couch or disturbed while she sleeps. Dutchess will tolerate being bathed brushed and pushed off the couch.
Has this dog ever had any medical issues? No
Medical Notes : No reported medical concerns.
For a New Family to Know : Owner described Dutchess as friendly affectionate and mellow. When at home she will follow her owner around. She likes to play with balls and squeaky toys. She has been kept mostly indoors and eats dry dog food. when using the bathroom outside she will go on the grass or cement. When left alone in the home or yard Dutchess is well behaved. She has never been crated so it is unknown how she will react. Dutchess knows how to sit lay down and come when called. She is used to brisk walks on the leash and playing in the yard. When off the leash she will stay close by your side.
Details on my behavior are…
PLAY GROUP :
According to Dutchess’ previous owner, Dutchess was relaxed and playful with the two other large female resident dogs.
6/16: When off leash at the Care Centers, Dutches is uncomfortable around the novel male dog. She immediately closes her mouth and displays whale eyes when he sniffs her. After he moves away, she relaxes and explores the yard.
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