LOBO – A1084795
Gone - 8-13-2016 Brooklyn
My name is LOBO. My Animal ID # is A1084795.
I am a male cream american staff mix. The shelter thinks I am about 6 YEARS old.
I came in the shelter as a OWNER SUR on 08/09/2016 from NY 11207, owner surrender reason stated was PERS PROB.
MOST RECENT MEDICAL INFORMATION AND WEIGHT
08/09/2016 Exam Type VACCINATE – Medical Rating is 2 NC – MINOR CONDITIONS NOT CONTAGIOUS, Behavior Rating is NONE, Weight 59.0 LBS.
pyrantel in food
08/09/2016 PET PROFILE MEMO
08/09/16 15:11 BASIC INFORMATION Lobo is a tan male American Staffordshire that is 6 year old. The owner received Lobo as a gift from a friendly when lobo was a puppy. Since a puppy Lobo has been his loyal companion. The owner is surrendering Lobo due to behavior issues. Lobo has known illness. SOCIALIZATION Lobo has lived with 2 adults in the house. He is relaxed and plays rough with the family. He has never been around children or strangers. He has never been around other dog (he becomes tense and pulls on the leash at the site of other dogs in the neighborhood). He has never lived with cats. BEHAVIOR Lobo gets walked 4-5 times a day but must be walked with harness and away from the public. He becomes over stimulated around people and can be reactive. When the owner touches Lobo’s food bowl while eating his tense and give a side eye stare. He does not bark or growl. When stranger or unfamiliar people come over the house he is escorted to the basement & tide up. When he is in the back yard he digs and tries to escape from the fence. He has not bitten anyone in the last 10 day. He allows the owner to trim his nails. He is house trained and never has accidence in the house. FOR NEW FAMILIES TO KNOW Lobo is described as pushy, anxious and independent. He enjoys being in the back yard but he digs holes and tries to escape onto the street. Around the owner Lobo allowed to be petted and follow him around. He enjoys chewing toys, socks and shoes. He is familiar to the command sit & stay. BEHAVIOR DURING INTAKE During intake Lobo was laying down outside. Counselor did not handle the dog. But the owner assisted in collaring & scanning Lobo. Lobo stood still to be photographed.
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08/10/2016 BEHAVIOR EVALUATION – NH ONLY
Exam Type BEHAVIOR
Lobo previously lived with 2 adults in the house. The owner stated Lobo is relaxed and plays rough with the family but has never been around children or strangers. The owner mentioned Lobo has never been around other dogs (he becomes tense and pulls on the leash at the site of other dogs in the neighborhood). It was reported by the owner Lobo becomes over stimulated around people and can be reactive. According to the owner when someone touches his food bowl while eating his tense and give a side eye stare. The owner describes Lobo as pushy, anxious and independent. The owner also mentioned Lobo is house trained and when in the back yard he like to dig holes and tries to escape. The owner stated Lobo attacked a house cat 4 months ago; it was one of his family member cat. Lobo slowly approached the cat and bit the cat on the neck. The cat passed away at the moment of the incident. During SAFER Lobo came into the assessment room calm and relaxed, he was a bit social towards the assessor with a lot of coaxing. He allowed all handling items to be conducted without issue. Lobo follows the handler but is also distracted during the tag interaction, and during the resources portion of the assessment Lobo was easy to handle when engaged with the item. Due to some noted concern in his previous home, the behavior department feels Lobo would benefit best from placement with New Hope partner who can provide an experienced foster home to follow up with any potential challenges. Force-free based training is advised as well as an appropriate amount of time to decompress and acclimate. Look: 2. Dog’s eyes are averted. His body posture is a bit tense 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 likely closed for at least a portion of the assessment item. Tag: 1. Follows at end of leash, body soft and a bit distracted. Squeeze 1&2: 1. Dog does not respond at all for three seconds. His eyes are averted and his ears are relaxed. Toy 1: No interest. Dog-dog: When off leash with dogs at the Care Center, Lobo growled and froze when greeting the other dog through the gate. A muzzle was placed on him before being allowed into the pen. When in the pen, he attempts to mount the female dog and displays stiff body language throughout the interaction.
08/10/2016 GROUP BEHAVIOR EVALUATION
Exam Type GROUP BEHAVIOR
According to Lobo’s previous owner, Lobo has never been around other dog. He becomes tense and pulls on the leash at the site of other dogs in the neighborhood. 8/10: When off leash with dogs at the Care Center, Lobo growled and froze when greeting the other dog through the gate. A muzzle was placed on him before being allowed into the pen. When in the pen, he attempts to mount the female dog and displays stiff body language throughout the interaction.
08/09/2016 INITIAL PHYSICAL EXAM
Medical rating was 2 NC – MINOR CONDITIONS NOT CONTAGIOUS, behavior rating was NONE
Scan negative BARH AMBx4 NErvous,but allowed handling Male~6yrs EENT:WNL No fleas seen Mild gingivitis/tartar Nosf
No RE-EXAM or CAGE-EXAM found
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