FENDI – A1113451
Gone - 6-2-2017 Brooklyn
My name is FENDI. My Animal ID # is A1113451.
I am a female brown and white am pit bull ter mix. The shelter thinks I am about 9 YEARS old.
I came in the shelter as a OWNER SUR on 05/28/2017 from NY 11434, owner surrender reason stated was OWN EVICT.
06/01/2017 AT RISK MEMO
Fendi A1113451 was placed At Risk for Medical Reasons- please see notes below
MOST RECENT MEDICAL INFORMATION AND WEIGHT
05/28/2017 Exam Type VACCINATE – Medical Rating is 4 NC – SEVERE CONDITIONS NOT CONTAGIOUS, Behavior Rating is NONE, Weight 59.8 LBS.
Date: 5/28/17 Canine DAPP Product Name: Novibac 1DAPPv Serial Number: 02121713B Location of Vaccination: RFL Revaccination Date: 6/11/17 Canine Bordetella Product Name: Intra Trac 3 Serial Number: 00541370B Location of Vaccination: IN Revaccination Date: 11/28/17 Rabies Product Name: Novibac Serial Number 188844 Location of Vaccination: RHL Revaccination Date: 5/28/18 Veterinarian: #1167 pyrantel po Activyl applied hwt:negative
05/28/2017 PET PROFILE MEMO
05/28/17 14:36 Basic information Fendi is a 9 year old female with a possible growth. Owners have had Fendi for 9 years and are surrendered because of invalid facility. Socialization Fendi has lived with children ages 1 and up and is relaxed and playful with them. Fendi plays gently with both children and adults. Around strangers fendi is friendly and outgoing. Fendi has lived with another dog but was kept separate because of that dogs behavior towards Fendi. Fendi has been socialized with other dogs and is respectful towards them and usually just smells them then walks away. Fendi has not lived with cats before. Fendi does not have a bite history. Behavior During storms and fireworks Fendi Is calm. Fendi will growl and try to eat faster if anyone comes near her food bowl or treats and bones. Fendi isn’t bothered when having her toys taken away. Fendi isn’t bothered when being pushed off furniture or being held and restrained. Fendi enjoys being brushed and is tolerant of bathes when the water is soft stream. If the water is hard Fendi will try to run away. Fendi allows her nails to be trimmed with no problem. When someone unfamiliar approaches the house Fendi will bark and them greet tehm by sniffing them. For the new family to know Fendi was described as friendly affectionate and independent with a low to medium activity level. Fendi enjoys playing with rope toys and bones but will destroy them quickly. Fendi knows how to play tug. Fendi is mostly house trained but when left for over 10 hours she will have an accident. Fendi will also let you know when she wants to go out by scratching at the door. Fendi is use to going out 2 times a day and likes to go to the bathroom on grass. Fendi is well behaved when left in the house and the yard alone. Fendi does not pull on the leash and when off the leash outside she will stay close by your side. Fendi knows the commands sit, lay, stop and stay. Fendi eats any brand dry food and usually has the bowl left out for her. When its time for bed Fendi likes to sleep on her dog bed in the bedroom. Behavior during intake Fendi was very social during intake. Fendi allowed to be scanned and collared with a loose wiggly body. Fendi came up to counselor and enjoyed being pet.
05/31/2017 WEB MEMO
A volunteer writes: Fendi is living proof that little butterballs get better with age! I’m sure we look very silly out on walks together as I often have to stop every leash length, crouch down and coo her my way with treats; she doesn’t pull but frequently decides she wants to turn around and go the other way (maybe she’s trying to find her way to your place!). Sure, it’s a bit of an exercise in patience and I’ve contemplated walking her with a steak attached to the end of a fishing pole, but it’s a minuscule price to pay for her sweet, sweet company! She offers soft little tail wags, loving eye contact, and is very cuddly. She loves old-lady-teeth friendly snacks, knows basic commands, and seems housebroken. She seems to have an easy energy level, is very gentle, and just radiates goodness! She does fine with other dogs, has lived harmoniously with children, and hopes to add living with you to her resume!! She would love to meet you at Brooklyn ACC.
06/01/2017 BEHAVIOR EVALUATION – EXPERIENCE
Exam Type BEHAVIOR
KNOWN HISTORY: Full profile 5/28/17 Unaltered Female, Owner surrender (Length in previous home) Previously lived with: Adults and children(1 years old and up) Behavior toward strangers: Friendly and outgoing Behavior toward children: Playful and gentle Behavior toward dogs: Respectful Behavior toward cats: Unknown Resource guarding: Yes, she will growl and eat faster if anyone come near her food bowl. Bite history: None reported Housetrained: Yes, Energy level/descriptors: The owner stated Fendi displays a medium activity level in the household. SAFER ASSESSMENT: 6/1/17 Look: 1. Dog’s eyes are averted. Her ears are back, her tail is down, and she has a relaxed body posture. Dog allows head to be held loosely in Assessor’s cupped hands. 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 likely closed for at least a portion of the assessment item. Tag:1. Follows at end of leash, body soft. Flank Squeeze 1&2: 1. Dog does not respond at all. Toy:1. No interest. Summary: Fendi was friendly and calm, she allowed all handling. PLAYGROUP: When off leash with dogs at the Care Center, Fendi displays soft and social body language in a group of calm male and female dogs. According to Fendi’s previous guardian, Fendi has been socialized with other dogs and is respectful towards them and usually just smells them then walks away. The Behavior Department recommends that Fendi be placed with resident dogs that match her calm sociability. INTAKE BEHAVIOR 5/28/17: Upon intake Fendi was very social and wiggly, she allowed all handling. MEDICAL BEHAVIOR: 5/28/17: During her medical examination, Fendi was curious and low growled but allowed handling.
ENERGY LEVEL: Her previous owner reports a medium activity level, which matches what we have seen in the care center. RECOMMENDATIONS: Experience (suitable for an adopter with some previous dog experience, especially with behaviors outlined below) _X_No young children (under 5)- Due to potential food guarding behavior. Fendi gave an appropriate warning of her discomfort (growl) but we feel that young children may not know to respect this warning. Older, dog savvy children can be considered as long as the adults feel confident that Angela can be left alone while eating so she does not need to escalate from a growl. Behavior modification for food guarding behavior can be found at aspcapro.org. Potential challenges: _X_Resource guarding- Fendi’s previous owner notes that she growls and eats faster when someone comes near her food bowl. We recommend that Fendi be left along while eating, and that food guarding behavior modification steps (available at ASPCApro.org) be utilized if this behavior is problematic in her future home. Nothing should ever be taken directly out of Fendi’s mouth, and any time something is removed she should be rewarded with a high value treat or toy. She should be taught the “drop” cue and trade-up games.
05/30/2017 GROUP BEHAVIOR EVALUATION
Exam Type GROUP BEHAVIOR
When off leash with dogs at the Care Center, Fendi displays soft and social body language in a group of calm male and female dogs. According to Fendi’s previous guardian, Fendi has been socialized with other dogs and is respectful towards them and usually just smells them then walks away. The Behavior Department recommends that Fendi be placed with resident dogs that match her calm sociability. 5/30: Fendi displays soft body language when greeting a novel male dog. She keeps to herself as she calmly explores, tolerating play solicitations but not engaging. 5/31-6/1: Fendi displays soft and social body language in a group of calm male and female dogs. She offers appropriate warning by barking when males mount her.
05/28/2017 DVM INTAKE PHYSICAL EXAM
Medical rating was 4 NC – SEVERE CONDITIONS NOT CONTAGIOUS, behavior rating was NONE
DVM Intake Exam Estimated age: 9 yrs Microchip noted on Intake? no History : Subjective: Dog is BARH Observed Behavior – Dog seems friendly toward handler, evasive with vet and vet tech. Curious, willing to explore environment. Little restraint needed at first, dog escalated to growling when examining hind end. Muzzled for rest of exam, did not fight restraint but growled for blood draw and MC. Evidence of Cruelty seen – no Evidence of Trauma seen – no Objective T = NA P = wnl R = wnl BCS 6/9 EENT: appear grossly normal Oral Exam: Grade 2+/4 dental dz PLN: No enlargements noted H/L: NSR, NMA, CRT < 2, Lungs clear, eupnic ABD: unable to palpate, tense, growling U/G: pronounced vulva and teats MSI: Ambulatory x 4, skin free of parasites, partial alopecia on head, pedunculated mass left mid-trunk, ~5mm raised alopecic hyperpigmented mass just proximal to left shoulder blade CNS: mentation appropriate – no signs of neurologic abnormalities Rectal: not performed Assessment: Geriatric underlying – masses DDx: skin tag, MCT, melanoma, open Plan – Recommend rescue placement or with adopter willing to take on geriatric pet. Recommend senior work-up (CBC/CS/UA) on placement. If BW is WNL, recommend dental and mass removal(s) with histopathology. Prognosis: Fair-Good SURGERY: Permanent waiver due to age
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