ELMONT – 30599
Gone - 6-10-2018 Brooklyn
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ELMONT – 30599
Location: Brooklyn, Intake Date: 6/7/18, Intake Type: Stray
Medical Behavior: –, Sex: Male, Age: — 12 years, Weight: — 58 lbs
Original Location: 11368
[LVT Intake Exam]; Microchip Scan:Negative; Evidence of Cruelty:none; Observed Behavior:Little tense, timid, tolerates handling; Sex: Neutered Male, Estimated Age:approx. 12yrs, Subjective: describe how the animal is presenting and any known history– Came in as a stray; mass on preputial area; Eyes: clear; Ears: clean; Oral Exam: Moderate tartar, gingivitis; Heart: HR — 140; Lungs: RR — 28; Abdomen: Soft and non tender; Musculoskeletal: emaciated, geriatric; Mentation: Normal; Preliminary Assessment: Normal; Plan: Needs DVM intake exams.
Let’s get to know each other a bit more…
Basic Information: Elmont is a large mixed breed dog that was brought into QAC as a stray.
How is this dog around strangers? finder stated Elmont was friendly and gentle
How is this dog around children? finder stated Elmont was friendly and gentle with his kids
How is this dog around other dogs? unknown due to being a stray
How is this dog around cats? unknown due to being a stray
Resource guarding: unknown due to being a stray
Bite history: unknown due to being a stray
Medical Notes; Elmont appeared underweight and was missing fur around his neck
Behavior Notes: Elmont allowed all handling for collaring,leashing and taking photo.
Details on my behavior are…
Summary: Elmont came into the assessment room calm and quiet, he was a bit social but un-bothered. Elmont received a partial SAFER due to illness. He allowed some handling but towards the end he would just lay down on the floor quietly. He showed no concerns or aggression towards the handlers just stayed to himself. It was a bit difficult to get an accurate read due to his weakness.
Summary (1): Elmont was surrender as a stray so his past behavior with other dogs is unknown.
6/8: When off leash at the Care Center, Elmont is soft and keeps to himself. He greets the female dog when she is near.
6/9: Today, Elmont was introduced to the male greeter. He briefly greets him, displaying a slightly tense posture then moves away to explore.
Date of intake: 7-Jun-2018
Summary: Allowed all handling
Date of initial: 8-Jun-2018
Summary: A little tense, timid, tolerates handling
ENERGY LEVEL: Elmont displays a very low activity level in the care center.
BEHAVIOR DETERMINATION: AVERAGE (suitable for an adopter with an average amount of dog experience)
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