KING TUT – A1066258
Safe - 4-10-2016 Manhattan
KING TUT – A1066258
NEUTERED MALE, BLACK AND WHITE LABRADOR RETRIEVER MIX
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason DESTRUCTIV
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 02/28/2016, From NY 10466, DueOut Date 02/28/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary BARH scan negative young male intact clean EEN clean coat nervous, tense NOSF
A volunteer writes: Surrendered by his family as they don’t have the “time or patience” to train him, like every youngster he’s smart, bouncy and eager to learn. He needs the proper positive reinforcement training to bring out the rock star in him and has all the basics to be just that. He’s gorgeous in his lush coat, shining white teeth, eager tail wag and fun personality. We’re told he’s friendly and outgoing, loved his 10 year old human sibling and all other children he meets, is affectionate, loves to play, knows ‘sit'”, “stay” and “come”. He loves being brushed and getting a bath and wants to play with everyone. He’s playful with other dogs, and in his first group play solicits with play bows and is pushy in his play style. KT (yes, we’re on a nickname basis now that we’re friends), showed off his sit, takes treats gently, joined me on the bench for some snuggle time and loves to play. I left our pen for a few minutes, and KT waited patiently and quietly for my return, greeting me like his long lost bestie. Fun, friendly and active, like any youngster KT needs a home in which structure, training, and lots of love are on the daily agenda. We don’t grow up to be rock stars without guidance, and KT is ready to begin his happily ever after with you today.
King Tut A1066258 is a 1yr old male black AMPBT mix who was given to owner from a friend & is being surrendered due to his destructive behavior and the owner has no time to train him. He was last seen by a veterinarian in 2015 and has no known health issues.
Around strangers, King Tut is friendly/outgoing. He’s lived in a private home with his owner. The owner is in the process of renovation and has to keep King Tut separate but he does not like being alone. He has chewed up the walls and floor. He is left with plenty of toys but he has not been doing well alone in the home. The owner does not have the time or patience to train him. He plays exuberantly with the owner’s 10 year old daughter and with other children he meets. He is very playful with other dogs and cats. He has not bitten anyone or any other animal.
King tut will chew on the walls and floor when left alone. He is let out in the yard twice a day to go potty. During storms/fireworks he’ll bark. He isn’t bothered by the following: having his food/food bowl, toys/treats touched/moved, being disturbed while sleeping/resting. King Tut loves bath time and being brushed. He hasn’t had his nails trimmed. If someone approaches the home/family member King Tut wants to play.
For A New Family to Know:
King Tut is friendly, affectionate, playful, confident, excitable & independent with a high activity level. The owner likes how friendly & playful he is. King enjoys playing with a sneakers, rope toys and games of fetch & tug. He is mostly an indoor only dog who sleeps on in his dog. King Tut eats dry dog food 2x a day and likes any kind of dog treats. He knows how to “sit”, “stay” & “come”.
King Tut pulls a bit on the leash. He was calm and relaxed during handling and easily engages in play, body is loose and wiggly, mouth open. King Tut did not resist being handled while eating, and was easily pushed out of the food bowl. He was not interested in toys or rawhide.
King Tut was surrender to us. According to his previous owner he is friendly, affectionate, playful, confident, excitable & independent with a high activity level. He plays exuberantly with the owner’s 10 year old daughter and with other children he meets. He is very playful with other dogs and cats. He has chewed up the walls and floor. He is left with plenty of toys but he has not been doing well alone in the home the owner does not have the time to train him”. King Tut did not show any concern during the behavior assessment but his owner reported that king Tut was chewing on furniture when left alone for long periods, so we advise future adopters to make sure to provide mentally and physically stimulating. The behavior department feels that she may do best with an experienced adopter who can follow up on this behavior in a more stable environment
Look: 1. Dog holds gaze with soft eyes, soft body. He allows head to be held loosely in Assessor’s cupped hands. Dog holds gaze for three full seconds.
Sensitivity: 1. Dog stands still and accepts the touch, his eyes are averted, and his tail is in neutral position with relaxed body posture.
Tag: 1. Dog assumes play position and joins the game.
Squeeze 1: 1. Dog gently pulls back his paw.
Squeeze 2: 1. Dog gently pulls back his paw.
Toy 1: No interest.
King Tut allowed all handling. He allowed to be scanned (-), collared & taken pictures of. He was a very jumpy, friendly, super wiggly boy who took us quite a few tries to get a picture of. King tut was then coaxed into a kennel with food and some liver treats.
When off leash with other dogs, King Tut briefly solicits with bows, then postures behind the female greeter to mount. He is forward and pushy throughout the interaction and continues to follow the greeter, despite her corrections.
King Tut displays highly sexually motivated behavior when off leash with other dogs, but has begun to reciporcate with play when solicited. Previous owner cites that “he is very playful with other dogs”. The behavior department recommends a pre-adoption interaction for King Tut before placement into a home with another dog.
3/1 update: King Tut continues to display sexually motivated but becomes more increasingly interested in play once solicited.
3/2 update: King Tut engages in rough play when solicited.
3/8 update: King Tut persistantly attempts to mount both males and females.
3/9 update: King Tut continues to persistantly mount other dogs, but briefly ceases to engage in bouts of play. He begins to become frustrated when unable to mount and will vocalize.
3/10 update: King Tut engages in some running play before becoming solely focused on mounting. He then does not respond to any correction from dogs or handlers and needs to be removed from the yard.
3/15 update: King Tut continues to engage in rough play, mounting during play.
3/16 update: King Tut frantically attempts to mount other dogs in the pen, at times engaging in play when solicited.
3/17 update: King Tut engages in rough play with males and females, only briefly attempting to mount during play.
3/22, 23 update: King Tut continues to display these behaviors.
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For more information on adopting from the NYC AC&C, or to find a rescue to assist, please read the following: http://urgentpodr.org/adoption-info-and-list-of-rescues. If you are local to the Tri-State, New England, and the general Northeast United States area, and you are SERIOUS about adopting or fostering one of the animals at NYC ACC, please read our MUST READ section for instructions, or email [email protected] Our experienced volunteers will do their best to guide you through the process. * We highly discourage everyone from trusting strangers that send them Facebook messages, offering help, for it has ended in truly tragic events.* For more info on behavior codes and ratings, please click here: http://information.urgentpodr.org/acc-placement-status-descriptions. For answers to Frequently Asked Questions, please see: http://information.urgentpodr.org/category/frequently-asked-questions/. You can call (212) 788-4000 for automated instructions.
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