KENAI – A1062380
Safe - 1-30-2016 Brooklyn
KENAI – A1062380
MALE, WHITE / BROWN, AM PIT BULL TER MIX, 1 yr
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition INJ MINOR Intake Date 01/06/2016, From NY 11221, DueOut Date 01/09/2016, I came in with Group/Litter #K16-044532.
Medical Behavior Evaluation YELLOW
Medical Summary Hx: Kenai presented sedated via NYPD dart. Unable to asses his medical behavior- Yellow is unknown in this case. Scan : negative Sex: male Approx 1-2yr S/O: Sedated, mm pink and moist, CRT <2s. NOrmal cardiac and thoracic auscultation. Tranq dark lodged SQ on left side over expaxial muscles. Clean EENT. NOSF Gave first dose of 50mg rimadyl A: Dart wound P: REmoved dart, clipped hair and flushed w/ dilute chlorhexidine. PROGNOSIS: EXCELLENT
A volunteer writes: Kenai can be a little timid, but he is so, so, so, so, sweet! When I first met him he was reluctant to walk on leash, but trusting enough to let me scoop him up and carry him outside. He is still a little slow on walks, like he is using his nose to make a map of this strange place he finds himself, but he certainly doesn’t pull and is attentive. He seems housebroken, “sit”s for treats, and takes them like a gentleman. He was found with two other dogs and has been very interested in dogs we’ve met in adjacent pens — wiggling and softly whining. He is on the bashful side, but very quietly affectionate and grows more outgoing each time I take him out. He has an unparalleled wiggle that is set into motion by talking to him, stays close to me when I let him off leash, likes to be petted, and will even lick my face. Everyone else might be lining up to buy a Powerball ticket, but let me tell you, the real jackpot is waiting for you at Brooklyn ACC — please come meet this very special boy today!
CAME IN WITH: NORTH POLE – A1062378 http://nycdogs.urgentpodr.org/north-pole-a1062378/
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