LYLA – A1050384
Safe - 1-17-2016 Manhattan
LYLA – A1050384
SPAYED FEMALE, CHOCOLATE / WHITE, STAFFORDSHIRE / BEAGLE, 2 yrs, 8 mos
RETURN – ONHOLDHERE, HOLD FOR ID Reason PERS PROB
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 01/09/2016, From NY 10029, DueOut Date 01/12/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary Microchip: 981020015298374 Sex: spayed female Age: reported 2y Mentation: BARH Eyes: clear Ears: clean Nose: no d/c Teeth: minimal staining If abnormal BCS: overweight, closer to BCS 3.5 Skin: WNL Hair Coat: WNL Declawed: N/A Any injuries: no Behavior: friendly Medication: N/A, preventatives up to date
FEMALE, CHOCOLATE / WHITE, STAFFORDSHIRE / BEAGLE, 2 yrs, 4 mos
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason LLORDPRIVA
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 09/04/2015, From NY 10466, DueOut Date 09/04/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary Negative MC Spayed female BARH Good teeth, minimal staining Negative fleas/earmites (Activyl) Pyrantel given Closer to BCS 3.5 NOSF
A volunteer writes: A cross between a Staffie and a Beagle…..Lyla’s former owner must know as he got her from a breeder…I truly can believe this, as my favorite thing about Beagles is their ears that flap in all kinds of directions and are so fun to photograph . Lyla owns such ears but I never could unfortunately get them into focus…I so wish I had a high speed camera. Lyla is a very pretty girl dressed in a pure milk chocolate coat. She has been outstandingly cared for and is really the picture of health. The child with whom she lived had one important thing to tell us about Lyla :SHE HAS A HUGE HEART…..Her owner chymed: she gets happy every time I come home from work…This(and all the other great things said about her) sums it all for me. Lyla is a good family dog who knew how to make her humans blessed to have a pet like her. Lyla was relinquished into our care as her owners moved to a place not allowing dogs. She is stressed to be separated from her family and seeks comfort whenever she can, coming on the lap and giving furtive kisses. She seems to like other dogs and even play bows to one gentle female on the other side of the fence. She comes when I call her and even sits on command. She pulls a little on the leash and seems very much house trained as related to us by her former masters. Lyla can be met at the Manhattan Care Center. She is young, beautiful, healthy and is known for her giving heart…Come and see for yourself . Lyla would love to go home with you and brighten your life with her presence.
Basic information- Lyla is an approximately 2 year old spayed APBT. The owner bought her 2 years ago from a breeder. She has been living with him since a puppy. She is being surrendered because the owner recently moved into a private home and they told him that he had to remove her. Her last vet visit was in Feb, 2015 and she has no known health issues.
Socialization – Around strangers, Lyla is very friendly and outgoing. She is relaxed and playful around children. She loves to play and love to be around the owners 11 year old son. She plays exuberantly with adults and plays rough with the men in the house. Around dogs, she is relaxed and curious. She sniffs and will play once initiated. She has not been around cats. She has not bitten anyone or any other animal.
Behavior – Lyla was walked twice a day. When left alone she whines in the house. She is crate trained and the owner would leave her 4-6 hrs at a time in the morning until the son comes home from school at 2:30pm. She barks when she hears knocking or hears the bell ring. She is not bothered by fireworks or storms. She reacts friendly when you try to take her food bowl, treats or toys away from her. She gets very excited when she hears knocking at the door but she is not bothered when he restrains her. She has been bathed before and she tolerates it. The owner would take her to the vet to get her nails trimmed. She loves being brushed.
For a new family to know – The owner describes Lyla as Friendly, affectionate, confident, independent, and playful. She has a high activity level. The owner’s favorite thing about her is that she gets happy everytime he comes home from a long day of workand she jumps up to greet him at the door. The son said that his favorite thing about her is her huge heart. She loves to follow the family around and sleeps in the bed or in her crate. She loves to play fetch with her bright yellow tennis ball. He fed her Pedigree twice a day, sometimes mixing in bones, chicken or rice. The son loves to take her out for long jogs but she pulls hard on the leash. She knows how to sit, stay, paw, and eat.
Behavior during intake – Lyla was very sweet and friendly during intake. She sat quietly with the family. She allowed all handling-scanning(-),collaring and photographs. She had a soft body, wagging tail, and open mouth but during her photographs she became tense and shy.
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