HUNTER – A1102462
Safe - 2-1-2017 Staten Island
HUNTER – A1102462
NEUTERED MALE, BLACK, DACHSHUND MIX, 13 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, HOLD RELEASED Reason HOUSE SOIL
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 01/29/2017, From NY 10312, DueOut Date 01/29/2017,
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary initial Barh scan positive neutered male ~ 13 years periodontal problem and teeth tartar. bladder issues as per owner. eye cloudness nervous , tense , but allowed to handle. Ambx4 ENT : wnl nosf.
PROFILE – 01/29/17 13:40
Hunter is a 13 year old neutered Dashund that has bladder issues and dental issues. Previous owner has had Hunter since he was a puppy but can longer have him due to his constant urination all over the home.
According to the previous owner, around strangers, Hunter is friendly and outgoing. Around adults and children, Hunter is respectful and playful. With adults and children, Hunter plays in a gentle manner. Hunter exposed to all sizes of dogs and cats and he tends to ignore them. He has never bitten a person or another animal.
Previous owners stated that Hunter doesn’t have any behavioral issues. Hunter isn’t bothered when any food, treat, or toy is taken from him or when he is pushed or pulled off furniture. Hunter isn’t bothered by having his coat brushed, bathed, or nails trimmed. Hunter isn’t bothered when an unfamiliar person approaches the home, yard, previous owner, or a family member.
For a New Family to Know:
Hunter is described as friendly, affectionate, and mellow with a medium activity level. When in the home, Hunter is the type to follow you around seeking attention and he likes to sit in his owner’s lap. Hunter likes all kinds of toys. Hunter was kept mostly indoors and was fed dry dog food. According to previous owner, Hunter is house-trained and but has accidents now constantly due to bladder issues. Hunter usually goes to the bathroom on the grass. When left alone in the home, Hunter would be well-behaved. Hunter knows command to sit. For exercise, he enjoyed slow walks with the previous owner. Hunter is crate trained and likes his carrier. On the leash, Hunter does not pull in the leash and does not let him off leash.
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