PARIS – 12611
Safe - 11-17-2017 Brooklyn
PARIS – 12611
Location: Brooklyn, Intake Date: 11/14/17, Intake Type: Owner surrender
Medical Behavior: –, Sex: Male, Age: 12 years, Weight: — lbs
Medical exam pending
Animal Name: Paris
Basic Information:Paris is a small senior dog who was surrendered due to his previous owner’s health.
How is this dog around strangers?Around strangers Paris is friendly and plays exuberantly.
How is this dog around children?Paris has lived with/spent time with children of all ages including infants.
How is this dog around other dogs?Paris has spent time around other dogs and will be timid at first but playful/friendly after.
How is this dog around cats?Paris has never been around cats so it is unknown how he will react to being around them.
Resource guarding:Paris is friendly when someone touches his food/bowl while he is eating or takes a treat/toy away from him.
Bite history:Paris has never bitten an other person/animal.
Housetrained:YesEnergy level/descriptors:high energy
Other Notes:Paris is friendly when someone hold/restrains him, pushes/pulls him off of the furniture, disturbs him while he is resting and brushes him. Paris is not bothered when being given a bath or having his nails trimmed. If an unfamiliar person approaches Paris’s home/family he will be friendly toward them.
Has this dog ever had any medical issues?NoMedical NotesN/A
For a New Family to KnowParis is described as friendly, affectionate, and excitable. When at home Paris will be in the same room as his owners and enjoys chew toys and bones. Paris is house trained and rarely has any accidents. Paris will use the bathroom in the backyard on the grass. Paris is well behaved when home alone or alone in a yard. Paris has never been crate trained and will play in the yard for exercise. Paris doesn’t pull on a leash and will run away when off leash.
Behavior Notes:Paris had a loose body and a wagging tail during intake and enjoyed being pet and held by staff. Paris allowed staff to collar, scan for a microchip and take pictures with no signs of aggression.
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