MIA – A1117829
Urgent - Manhattan
SUPER URGENT 07/15/17
My name is MIA. My Animal ID # is A1117829.
I am a female gray lhasa apso mix. The shelter thinks I am about 4 YEARS old.
I came in the shelter as a OWNER SUR on 07/10/2017 from NY 10034, owner surrender reason stated was LLORDPRIVA.
AT RISK MEMO
No At Risk Memo
MOST RECENT MEDICAL INFORMATION AND WEIGHT
07/10/2017 Exam Type VACCINATE – Medical Rating is 2 NC – MINOR CONDITIONS NOT CONTAGIOUS, Behavior Rating is NONE, Weight 13.0 LBS.
Date: 07/10/17 Pyrantel orally- 0.65 ml Applied Advantage topically-11-22 lbs Canine DAPP Product Name:Nobivac 1-DAPPv Serial Number:02121711A Location of Vaccination: RFL Revaccination Date: 07/24/17 Canine Bordetella Product Name: Nobivac: Intra-Trac3 Serial Number:- 00541370B Location of Vaccination:-IN Revaccination Date: 01/10/17 Rabies Product Name: Nobivac 1 Rabies Serial Number#170036 Location of Vaccination:RHL Revaccination Date: 07/10/18 Exp:01/23/18 Veterinarian : Dr. 1088
07/07/2017 PET PROFILE MEMO
07/07/17 18:14 Mia is a 4 year old female Shih Tzu. Her family got her as a gift and have to surrender her because they moved to a home that doesn’t allow pets. She has last visited a vet 3 months ago. Mia is fearful and barks at strangers. She is relaxed, playful, and respectful of children of all ages. She plays gently with adults and children. She barks for a few minutes at other dogs. If she begins playing, she plays gently. She hasn’t bit anyone. Mia barks often. She is nervous and panics during storms. She doesn’t mind when someone in her family moves her off furniture, holds/restrains her, wakes her up, bathes her, or trims her nails. She barks when strangers approach her home/family. She barks, growls, and snaps when someone takes her food/treat/toy. Mia’s family describes her as friendly, affectionate, playful, confident, pushy, independent, and medium energy. She follows her family and spends time in the same room as them. She plays with stuffed and squeaky toys. She plays fetch. She lived inside and slept next to or under the bed. She ate dry Purina food twice daily. She potties on wee-wee pads and rarely went outside. She’s well-behaved while home alone. She pulls on the leash and runs away when walked without a leash.
07/13/2017 WEB MEMO
07/12/2017 BEHAVIOR EVALUATION – NH ONLY
Exam Type BEHAVIOR
KNOWN HISTORY: Limited Profile 7/10/17 Unaltered Female, Owner Surrender Previously lived with: Adults Behavior toward strangers: Fearful Behavior toward children: Relaxed, Social and Respectful Behavior toward dogs: Social Behavior toward cats: Unknown Resource guarding: Will bark, growl, and snap if someone takes her food, treats, or toys. Bite history: None Reported Housetrained: Goes on wee wee pads Energy level/descriptors: Mia is described as social and affectionate with a medium energy level. SAFER ASSESSMENT: 7/12/17 Look: 2. Dog’s eyes are averted. Her body posture is stiff and fearful, her tail is low and not moving. She allows head to be held loosely in Assessor’s cupped hands. Sensitivity: 2. Dog stands still and accepts the touch, her eyes are averted, her tail is down, body stiff, mouth closed. Tag: 1. Follows at end of leash, body low and a bit fearful. Squeeze 1: 3. Dog closes mouth, becomes stiff. Flank squeeze 1: 3. Dog head flips while moving hip away. Flank squeeze 1: 5. Dog snaps. Toy: 1. Minimal interest, dog sniffs toy. Summary: Mia appeared fearful throughout her assessment, moving away from the assessor and tensing when handled. She snapped at the assessor between attempts at flank squeeze. DOG-DOG INTERACTION ASSESSMENT: Summary PLAYGROUP: 7/11: When introduced off leash to dogs in the care center, Mia greets politely. INTAKE BEHAVIOR: MEDICAL BEHAVIOR: 7/10/17 During her initial medical exam Mia was tense but allowed handling. ENERGY LEVEL: Mia’s previous owner described her as having a medium level of activity.
RECOMMENDATIONS: New Hope Only _X_No children (under 13): Due to the behavior seen in the care center, we feel that Mia may be intimidated by children. She needs a slow approach and time to warm up. She also has a history of resource guarding. _X_Place with a New Hope partner: Due to the warning and distance-increasing behaviors shown in the care center, the behavior department recommends Mia be placed with a New Hope placement partner who is able to provide an experienced adult-only foster home. A period of decompression is recommended to allow Mia to acclimate comfortably to her new environment; force-free, reward based training only is advised when introducing Mia to new and unfamiliar situations. Consultation with a professional trainer/behaviorist is highly recommended for guidance to safely manage/modify any behavior Mia presents with outside of the care centers. Potential challenges: _X_Resource guarding: Mia’s previous owner reported that she will growl, bark, and snap if her food is touched or if a treat or toy is taken from her. We recommend that Mia be left along while eating, and that food guarding behavior modification steps (available at ASPCApro.org) be utilized if this behavior is problematic in her future home. Nothing should ever be taken directly out of Mia’s mouth, and any time something is removed she should be rewarded with a high value treat or toy. She should be taught the “drop” cue and trade-up games. _X_Handling/touch sensitivity: Mia snapped when during handling, showing discomfort with touch in certain areas. It is important to be cautious when handling her as we do not know where she may have sensitivities. Positive reinforcement, reward based training should be used to pair touch with good things such as food rewards in order to teach Mia to be more comfortable with this. _X_Fearful/potential for defensive aggression: Mia has snapped when afraid at the care center. It is important to always go slow and give Mia the option to walk away from any social interaction. Mia should never be forced to approach anything that she is uncomfortable with or to submit to petting or handling. It should always be Mia’s choice to approach a new person or thing. Mia would do best in an initially calm and quiet home environment and should be given time to acclimate to her new surroundings.
07/11/2017 GROUP BEHAVIOR EVALUATION
Exam Type GROUP BEHAVIOR
7/11: When introduced off leash to dogs in the care center, Mia greets politely. 7/12-13: Mia greets briefly, then roams the yard.
07/10/2017 DVM INTAKE PHYSICAL EXAM
Medical rating was 2 NC – MINOR CONDITIONS NOT CONTAGIOUS, behavior rating was NONE
DVM Intake Exam Estimated age: Reported 4 years old – exam is consistent with this Microchip noted on Intake? Scanned negative History : Surrendered – last saw a vet 3 months ago, no health concerns reported Subjective: Matted, BAR Observed Behavior – Barks for attention. Scrambles away from close restraint. Allows all handling. Objective BAR-H, MMs pink and moist, BCS 5/9 EENT: Mats in front of pt’s eyes. Clean eyes, ears and nose Oral Exam: Very mild tartar PLN: No enlargements noted H/L: NSR, NMA Lungs clear, eupnic ABD: Slightly tense, no masses palpated U/G: Female, no spay scar visible or palpable MSI: Many mats throughout very thick and coarse fur coat over entire body. Mild medial buttressing bilaterally. Patellar luxation not appreciated. Skin free of parasites, no masses noted. CNS: mentation appropriate – no signs of neurologic abnormalities Rectal: Dried fecal balls around anus Assessment: 1. Matted 2. Mild medial buttressing – R/O early stifle arthritis due to patellar luxation vs. poor conformation vs. other Plan: 1. Recommend grooming 2. Monitor for hind limb lameness Prognosis: Good SURGERY: Okay for surgery 1088
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