PRINCESS – A1087611
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PRINCESS – A1087611
FEMALE, CREAM, COCKER SPAN MIX, 12 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason MOVE2PRIVA
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 08/28/2016, From NY 11206, DueOut Date 08/28/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary BARH scan negative female dog geriatric mod tartar cloudy eyes, cherry left eye clean EEN clean coat NOSF
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Lovely 13 year old Princess is with us as her owners moved to a place not allowing pets. She is known to be shy with strangers but was a ” real ” family dog,very loving , playful and living peacefully with young children, a small dog and even cats….We were also told that she is housetrained, a good girl when left alone and with zero handling issues. Princess is leashed without effort but is a little hesitant at first to walk in a place she does not know and led by a person who is not her master. Let’s go to a place that is quiet and smoosh together…That does the trick. Princess hopped on the bench(yep, she can jump..) and listened to the command:sit! She likes to be caressed. Her coat is a bit dishevelt but silky and not at all matted. She rewards me with a kiss. What a lovely gal she is. Her eyes need some care like most Cocker Spaniels eyes do. Princess looks healthy and well nourished otherwise. Sweet Princess is at the Manhattan Care Center. Let’s hope that very soon she will find her way to a loving and caring home.
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