LOLA – A1092333
Safe - 10-12-2016 Manhattan
LOLA – A1092333
**SAFER : EXPERIENCED HOME**
FEMALE, BLACK / WHITE, SIBERIAN HUSKY MIX, 1 yr
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, HOLD FOR ID Reason NO TIME
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 10/04/2016, From NY 10468, DueOut Date10/11/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary Intact Female Scan negative for a microchip (0A01555237) 1 years old according to the owner OU= clear Nose= No discharge AU=clean Teeth=no stainning Coat is clean Dewormed with Pyrantel Flea Treatment= Activyl As of now no signs of CIRDC As of now no V/S/C/D Tense and nervous NOSF
A volunteer writes: “Her name is Lola, she was a showgirl…..”, sang Barry Manilow. While our Lola isn’t a show girl, she sure is a show stopper! Absolutely gorgeous, her pale blue eyes are friendly and mesmerizing. We met a local man walking his husky to whom she play bowed, and his initial response was ‘wow’. Her leash manners are good and in the park Lola shows off her perfect sit, takes treats softly and hops up on the bench to sit beside me so that together we can watch people walking their dogs and the squirrels scurrying about. Lola joins us as her family no longer had time for her and they tell us that she lived with several children ages 8-10 and is good with all, she doesn’t guard her things, is playful, affectionate and friendly. She loves toys, sleeps on a dog bed and is well behaved when left home alone. She may need some tweaking on housetraining skills, and with frequent walks and positive reinforcement (she loves treats), she’ll learn quickly. In the park Lola wanted to meet every dog we passed and in playgroup romps with another female. Lola is looking for a fun active home, perhaps with a canine sibling. If you’re an experienced dog owner come meet our Lola today and start singing!
Lola is an approximately 1 y female Siberian husky mix. He is being surrendered because the owner has no time for her. She was given to the owner by a breeder and has never taken to a vet.
Around strangers, Lola is friendly around new people. He has lived a household with children between the ages of 8 year old to 10 years old, he is very hyper and playful with them and other adults in the home. She has never lived with other dog and when outside she barks at other dogs. The owner has never had cats so the owner does not know how Lola is around them. The owner states that Lola has never bite another person or animal before.
Lola is not bothered when you take her food bowl, treat, or toy away, by thunder storms or fireworks. When an unfamiliar person approaches the home or a family member she approaches them in a friendly. Lola does not mind being bathed but has never had her nails trimmed.
For a new family to know
The owner describes Lola as playful, affectionate and friendly with a high activity level Lola’s favorite activity is to play fetch with the owner. Around the house, she follows everyone around and prefers to be in the same room as the rest of the family. She has toys and loves to play with Balls and rope toys. She sleeps mostly indoors with on a dog bed on the floor of the bedroom room. Lola was being fed pedigree brand dry dog food 3 times a day. Lola is house trained, and goes to the bathroom on grass outside the house but can pee if too excited or not walked. When left alone Lola is well behaved in the home. Lola also knows the commands for “sit” and “put it down”. For exercise Lola is to walks outside twice a day.
Behavior during the intake
During the intake, Lola was relaxed with soft body. Lola allowed to be scanned (positive), photographed, collar and placed the dog in the kennel.
Unaltered, Owner Surrender
Previously lived with: Adults/children
Behavior toward children: Hyper/playful
Behavior toward dogs: Barks at them on leash
Behavior toward cats: Unknown
FG/RG: Not bothered if her food, toys, or treats are taken.
Bite history: No bites reported.
Housetrained: Yes but may pee inside if she gets excited or is not walked.
Energy level/descriptors: Playful, affectionate and friendly with a high activity level.
Look: 2. Dog’s eyes are averted, tail wag, focused on exit
Sensitivity: 1. Dog leans into the Assessor, eyes soft or squinty, soft and loose body, open mouth.
Tag: 2. Dog is not fearful, but is unresponsive to the Assessor, mid game jumps up, mouths pants lightly
Squeeze 1 / 2: 2. Dog pulls back quickly
Toy 2. Dog takes toy away, keeps a firm hold, body loose
Summary: Displays high energy and movement throughout room though showed no concern.
When off leash with a spayed female Lola initially attempts to mount her. However, once correction is offered Lola ceases and begins to engage in rough play. She is bouncy and may occasionally vocalize during play. Her owner reports that on walks Lola will bark at dogs she sees, but no in-home behaviors are noted. The behavior department feels that Lola could go to a home with a playful, tolerant dog that is able to offer appropriate corrections as well as teach Lola proper social skills.
During her initial medical exam Lola appeared tense and nervous
_X_Basic manners/Poor impulse control (It is recommended that default behaviors such as “Leave it”, “Sit/Stay”, “Down” are reinforced to substitute frustration and teach him to control his impulses instead of simply reacting; proper management is also advised. Force-free, reward based training is recommended.)
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