JACK – A1088724
Safe - 9-10-2016 Brooklyn
JACK – A1088724
**NEEDS FOLLOW UP VET CARE**
MALE, CREAM, ALASKAN HUSKY, 5 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason MOVE2PRIVA
Intake condition INJ MINOR Intake Date 09/06/2016, From NY 11374, DueOut Date 09/06/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary scan negative male intact S/O-QAR, hydrated EENT-CAU, COU, no nasal d/c, muzzled PLN-all wnl H/L-no m/a, clear and eup GI-muzzled, TNP, perianal masses MSI-BCS 2.5/5, amb x 4, valgus deformity at level of distal R/U on LFL, 2 multilobulated and ulcerated perianal masses, otherwise good haircoat Neuro-a and a A-5 yo MI Husky 1. perianal masses R/O perianal adenoma vs perianal carcinoma 2. LFL valgus deformity P-start cephalexin 500 mg-1 tab PO BID x 10 days for ulcerated masses rimadyl 100 mg-1/2 tab PO BID x 5 days recommend neuter and sx removal of perianal masses. if perianal adenoma, sx removal may be curative recommend placement with NH DA2PP RFL SQ Rabies RHL SQ CIV LHL SQ Bordetella IN Pyrantel PO Activyl topically applied
BASIC INFORMATION: Jack is an Alaskan Husky/Shepherd mix, male. He was found as a stray 4 years ago & appears to have a mass in the rectal area. Jack was last seen by a vet, 1 yr ago. Owner has surrendered Jack due to a residential move to a home that does not allow pets.
SOCIALIZATION: Jack is friendly & outgoing around strangers, he enjoys receiving attention. Jack has been exposed to children ages 3yrs & teenagers. Jack is friendly around children & teenagers, he plays gently with children & teenagers. Jack has not resided with other animals & appears to be afraid of other dogs & cats. When Jack encounters another dog in the park he runs away or hides. When Jack encounters cats in the street, he will run away or ignore. Jack has not bitten another animal or person within the past 10 days.
BEHAVIOR: Jack is friendly when owners touch him or come near him while he is eating, Jack will allow the owner to remove an object from his mouth. Jack also gives his toy to the owner with ease.
FOR A NEW FAMILY TO KNOW: Jack is best described as a friendly affectionate & a bit shy towards other animals. His activity level is medium & he loves to go out for walks and go to the park. Jack enjoys playing fetch & would do best in a family home. Jack sleeps on a dog bed, he eats both wet/dry food 2X daily from any brand. Jack is house trained & is well behaved when left home alone. He is familiar with commands sit, stay & come in English/Chinese. When Jack is off his leash, he will stay near his owner.
BEHAVIOR UPON INTAKE: Upon intake, Jack appeared to be curious of his surroundings, he allowed counselor to pet him & allowed all handling. Scanned negative.
Due to his current health status and condition, Jack is not an appropriate candidate for SAFER at this time.
According to Jack’s previous owner, Jack has not resided with other animals & appears to be afraid of other dogs & cats. When Jack encounters another dog in the park he runs away or hides.
9/7: Due to the severity of Jack’s injury, he met the greeter dog through the gate. Jack slowly approached the gate, displaying soft body language, before exploring the pen.
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