KANE aka KANNE – A1099509
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My name is KANE aka KANNE. My Animal ID # is A1099509.
I am a neutered male br brindle american staff mix. The shelter thinks I am about 1 YEAR 7 MONTHS old.
I came in the shelter as a OWNER SUR on 06/05/2017 from NY 11373, owner surrender reason stated was PERS PROB.
06/12/2017 AT RISK MEMO
Kane A1099509 is at risk due to poor kennel presence; At times quickly rushing forward, charging the kennel door, barking and growling and other times stiff and whale eyed. While Kane has displayed some social behavior in the care center with select handlers, he remains aloof with some observed handling sensitivities.
MOST RECENT MEDICAL INFORMATION AND WEIGHT
06/06/2017 Exam Type VACCINATE – Medical Rating is 1 – NORMAL , Behavior Rating is NONE, Weight 65.3 LBS.
Canine DAPP Product Name: NOBIVAC 1 DAPP Serial Number: 02121711A Location of Vaccination: RFL Revaccination Date: 6/20/17 Canine Bordetella Product Name: INTRA- TRAC 3 Serial Number: 00541370B Location of Vaccination: IN Revaccination Date: 12/6/17
06/05/2017 PET PROFILE MEMO
06/05/17 19:38 Basic Information: Kanne is male medium to large sized dog who was surrendered due to his previous owner having personal reasons causing him to move where he is not allowed to have more than one dog. Socialization: Around strangers Kanne is a bit shy for a few days and plays exuberantly with adults. Kanne has lived with children ages one through 5 but will usually ignore them and not play with them. Kanne has lived with other dogs his size and breed. Around them he is respectful and doesn’t play. Kanne will often bark at/lunge at small dogs. Kanne has ever been around cats so it is unknown how he will react to being around them. Behavior: Kanne has never bitten another person or animal. Kanne will often urinate indoors, is anxious when left alone, destroys stuff when left alone and has escaped one before. Kanne gets nervous and hides during loud sound like fireworks of thunderstorms. Kanne is fearful when someone rims his nails. Kanne is friendly when someone touches his food or bowl while he is eating, takes treat/toys away, pushes/pulls him off of the furniture, hold/restrains him, disturbs him while he is resting/sleeping, gives him a bath, and brushes his coat. If an unfamiliar person approaches his family/home Kanne will be friendly toward them. For a new family to Know: Kanne is described as affectionate, playful and shy with a high activity level. When at home Kanne will follow around his owner and also stays in his favorite spot. Kanne likes to play with balls and likes to play fetch, chase and wrestling. Kanne was kept indoors only and slept in his own room. Kanne was fed dry food three times a day and is mostly house trained with rarely any accidents while using a news paper. Kanne will often destroy loose household items and has never been crate trained. Kanne knows the commands sit, come, down, stay, give paw, speak and jump. For exercise Kanne go running, jogging and likes to pull his owner on his skateboard. When off leash Kanne will stay close by his owner’s side. Intake behavior: Kanne had a loose body during intake and a wagging tail. Kanne allowed staff to collar and scan him for a microchip with no signs of aggression.
06/12/2017 WEB MEMO
A volunteer writes: Brindled bachelor looking for love! Do you like long walks on the beach (or in the park, on the street, literally anywhere), cuddles by the fireplace (or under the covers, on the couch, anywhere really), and sharing delicious treats under the sun (or by moonlight, in the dark, really the treats are all that matter)? Then have I got a boy for you. Meet Kane! The first thing that will likely spring to mind when you see Kane is “hubba hubba!” But don’t be embarrassed by that, no. That’s normal. With his perfect brindled coat, utterly kissable gorilla nose, and delightfully delicious and batty ears, Kane is a sight for sore eyes (or really any eyes at all). At just 1.5 years-old our lovable Lothario is also quite young and expectedly full of energy and life. He greets me with a joyous “woof!” in his kennel and, immediately won over by his overflowing charms, I invite him on one of those walks. Kane pulls a bit on leash and of course with a face like that and personality to spare, draws attention from all who pass him. “Handsome boy!” “Cuuuute!” “Awww.” But don’t let jealousy overcome you, no, no! For the moment you and Kane retire to a pen he only has eyes for you. Kane sits easily for his treats, poses effortlessly for photos, and happily chomps on a blue squeaky toy, his chosen favorite of the bunch. Whether you’ve been looking for love in all the wrong places or haven’t been looking at all, a summer of love is waiting for you. You just need step out the door to find it. Kane is waiting in adoptions at Manhattan ACC.
06/08/2017 BEHAVIOR EVALUATION – EXPNOCHILD
Exam Type BEHAVIOR
KNOWN HISTORY: Full Profile 6/5/17 Neutered, Owner Surrender, second stay at care center Previously lived with: Adults, children (ages one to five), and other dogs Behavior toward strangers: Shy Behavior toward children: Ignores them Behavior toward dogs: Respectful and does not play with the dogs he lived with and will bark and lunge at small dogs Behavior toward cats: Unknown Resource guarding: None reported Bite history: None reported Housetrained: No Energy level/descriptors: Affectionate, playful and shy with a high activity level. KNOWN HISTORY: None 12/12/16, first stay at care center Neutered, Stray SAFER ASSESSMENT: 6/8/17 Look: 2. Dog’s eyes are averted. His body posture is stiff and fearful, his tail is low and not moving. He allows head to be held loosely in Assessor’s cupped hands. Sensitivity: 1. Dog stands still and accepts the touch, his eyes are averted, and his tail is in neutral position with relaxed body posture. Dog’s mouth is closed. Tag: 3. Dog appears playful but spins quickly towards the assessor when touched and stiffens. Squeeze 1: 1. Dog does not respond at all for three seconds. Squeeze 2: 1. Dog does not respond at all for three seconds. Toy: 1. Minimal interest, dog takes toy then drops. Summary: Kane was aloof during his assessment, not paying attention to the assessor for most of it. During tag he was initially playful, but became fearful and froze when tagged. DOG-DOG INTERACTION ASSESSMENT: Summary PLAYGROUP: Kane has been observed to interact playfully with dogs in the care center. At times, he has displayed the potential for over arousal while engaging (becoming tense, growling, and unable to self-regulate). Introductions between Kane and other dogs should be supervised and monitored closely, and conducted slowly. Kane’s previous owner described the potential for him to “bark and lunge at small dogs”. The behavior department recommends that future caretakers of Kane exercise caution in areas where small dogs may be present. INTAKE BEHAVIOR: 6/5/17 Upon intake, Kane had a loose boy and wagging tail. MEDICAL BEHAVIOR: 6/6/7 During his initial medical exam, Kane was social and allowed handling.
ENERGY LEVEL: Kane’s previous owner described him as having a high level of activity. He is a young, enthusiastic, social dog who will need daily mental and physical activity to keep him engaged and exercised. We recommend long-lasting chews, food puzzles, and hide-and-seek games, in additional to physical exercise, to positively direct his energy and enthusiasm. RECOMMENDATIONS: Experienced adopter, adult-only home (suitable for an adopter with some previous dog experience, especially with behaviors outlined below) _X_No children (under 13): Due to fearful behavior displayed at the care center, we recommend an adult only home. Potential challenges: _X_Fearful/potential for defensive aggression: Kane has displayed fearful behavior in the care center, freezing at times. He became especially fearful when he was touched during tag. It is important to always go slow and give Kane the option to walk away from any social interaction. Kane should never be forced to approach anything that she is uncomfortable with or to submit to petting or handling. It should always be Kane’s choice to approach a new person or thing. Kane would do best in an initially calm and quiet home environment and should be given time to acclimate to his new surroundings. _X_On-leash reactivity/barrier frustration: Kane’s previous owner reported that he will bark and lunge at small dogs; Kane has also been observed to fixate on dogs while on leash in the care centers. Kane may need positive reinforcement, reward based training to teach him to look at you rather than other dogs and novel stimuli that may startle him. We recommend a front clip harness or head halter to help manage this behavior. Kane has also displayed barrier frustration in the care centers; we cannot be certain if this behavior will appear in any other contexts, in highly emotionally charged or stressful environments Kane may show behavior similar to what he is currently demonstrating in his kennel. We recommend potential adopters be comfortable managing this behavior and keeping themselves safe in any similar future situations.
12/14/2016 GROUP BEHAVIOR EVALUATION
Exam Type GROUP BEHAVIOR
Kane has been observed to interact playfully with dogs in the care center. At times, he has displayed the potential for over arousal while engaging (becoming tense, growling, and unable to self-regulate). Introductions between Kane and other dogs should be supervised and monitored closely, and conducted slowly. Kane’s previous owner described the potential for him to “bark and lunge at small dogs”. The behavior department recommends that future caretakers of Kane exercise caution in areas where small dogs may be present. 12/14/16: When introduced off leash to other dogs in the care center, Kane plays exuberantly with male and female dogs. He runs throughout the pen, bouncing and engaging in chase. He at times attempts to mount during play. 6/6: Kane is intially stiff when greeting a female dog. He will then soften and solicit play with playbows. He sometimes will growl at the other dog. 6/10: Kane is bouncy and playful when engaging with the female helper.
06/06/2017 DVM INTAKE PHYSICAL EXAM
Medical rating was 1 – NORMAL , behavior rating was NONE
DVM Intake Exam Estimated age: ~2 years Microchip noted on Intake?yes 981020019269462 History : owner surrender d/t owner’s living situation Subjective: BAR Observed Behavior – cage reactive but appears friendly when out, takes treats; allows handling; muzzled Evidence of Cruelty seen – none Evidence of Trauma seen – none Objective BCS 5/9 EENT: Eyes clear, mild focal erythema along pinna AU Oral Exam: mm pk, moist; CRT <2 sec; underbite PLN: No enlargements noted H/L: NSR, NMA, CRT < 2, Lungs clear, eupnic ABD: Non painful, no masses palpated U/G: neutered MSI: ambulatory x 4 with no signs of lameness mild erythema/thin hair along muzzle and periocularly OU CNS: mentation appropriate – no signs of neurologic abnormalities Rectal: not performed Assessment Healthy, likely has mild underlying allergies causing thin hair around eyes and muzzle, common for this breed Plan no treatment needed Prognosis: excellent SURGERY: Okay for surgery
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