KACEY – A1099362
Safe - 12-27-2016 Staten Island
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KACEY – A1099362
MALE, BROWN, PIT BULL MIX, 2 yrs
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD Reason ABANDON
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 12/11/2016, From NY 10309, DueOut Date 12/14/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation YELLOW
Medical Summary initial Barh scan negative male ~ 2 years old scratch on the nose seen. nervous, tense , acvtively resist examination , restraint techniques used , and not exhibit any aggressive behavior. Ambx4 EENT : Wnl nosf
A volunteer writes: Kacey is a fun boy that’s filled with all the energy a two year old should have. His adorable face looks up eagerly when I unlock his cage, but I have to be quick to put the leash on him or he will take it upon himself to jump over the bottom gate to start his walk. Once we’re outside he calms down, but he’s a happy two year old and everything for him is a new and fun experience, even if it’s the same walk he had a few hours before. If you’re interested in adopting this fun little boy, please stop by our Staten Island Care Center.
Another volunteer writes: Slender, sleek and a play bow master, Kacey is full of life and waiting to play with anyone who will participate. Kacey has an athletic body that doesn’t quit, and he’s always in a good mood. His facial expression is almost human, as he greets you when on the walk. Kacey has performed in playgroup, and it appears he likes the other dogs they had him with. I love Kacey, and I know you will also. Please come down to the care center and meet this wonderful dog. His positive outlook on life will surely rub off on you.
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