LEON – A1110212
Safe - 5-6-2017 Manhattan
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LEON – A1110212
**HOLD FOR LEGAL**
MALE, BLACK / BROWN, ROTTWEILER MIX, 2 yrs
STRAY – ONHOLDHERE, HOLD FOR LEGAL Reason OWN ARREST
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 04/27/2017, From NY 10462, DueOut Date 05/04/2017, I came in with Group/Litter #K17-095310.
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary DVM Intake Exam Estimated age: 2-3 years Microchip noted on Intake? History : seized from home with another dog (Sniper A1110214) b/c owner was arrested; dogs have been without food/water for a week Subjective: BAR Observed Behavior – appears friendly and overall well mannered; easily excited but good for exam and restraint; muzzled for exam as precaution Evidence of Cruelty seen – underweight Evidence of Trauma seen – Objective BCS 3/9 EENT: Eyes clear, ears clean, no nasal discharge noted Oral Exam: mm pk, moist; CRT <2 sec; mild tartar/staining on teeth; did not perform thorough oral exam PLN: No enlargements noted H/L: NSR, NMA, CRT < 2, Lungs clear, eupnic ABD: Non painful, no masses palpated U/G: male intact; 2 normal scrotal testicles MSI: Ambulatory x 4, skin free of parasites, no masses noted; hair coat stained with fecal matter along side; crusting, alopecia, pruritus along dorsum near tail base; alopecia at tip of tail, no fleas seen but suspect flea allergy dermatitis CNS: mentation appropriate – no signs of neurologic abnormalities Rectal: not performed Assessment 1. Dermatitis-suspect flea allergy due to location; r/o environment, food vs demodex vs other 2. tail alopecia-suspect self induced; r/o fleas vs other allergies vs other Plan cephalexin x 14 days rec’d flea preventative long term rec’d 3 times daily feeding x 5 days Prognosis: excellent SURGERY: Okay for surgery
A volunteer writes:
Leon and Pitie friend Churro came to us as their owner became unable to care for them anymore. Leon is a young and very good looking Rottweiler. He owns gorgeous markings and a good grooming would make him absolutely stupendous…I love his big round and mushy face, his content look when he is in company, sees treats and a ball.. Ah, a tennis ball. His eyes titillate ….His chest expands ..His mouth opens….His hinds are ready to bounce… Watch out….I throw the ball before to be hit by a heavy identified object, Leon in person… Leon is quite powerful, pulls on the leash and does his business in few stops. He does listen, though and will sit on command. He sits usually pretty calmly at his door, waiting to be taken out. Leon is obviously used to be around people and likes to be caressed, even leaning against my waist. He is big and pushy. Yes, he makes sure to get what he wants…or at least he tries very hard. Although he respond to recall, he pulls toward other dogs in the street and likes to pursue his lady peers in playgroups…Well, Leon is quite a catch and I hope that a Rottie lover will see his beauty and virtues, take him home and make of him a stellar for ever best friend. Come and meet Leon at the Manhattan Care Center.
5/1: When introduced off leash to the female greeter dog, Leon greets with a slightly tense body and high, vibrating tail. He follows the greeter and is persistent at attempting to mount.
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