PRINCESS LEE – A1091230
Safe - 10-20-2016 Manhattan
PRINCESS LEE – A1091230
SPAYED FEMALE, BROWN / BLACK, PIT BULL MIX, 9 mos
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason LLORDPRIVA
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 09/25/2016, From NY 10467, DueOut Date09/28/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary Microchip: negative Sex: female Age 8 month Mentation: BARH Eyes: clear Ears: clean Nose: clear Teeth: no staining If abnormal BCS: 3 Skin: wnl Hair Coat: aph Declawed: no Any injuries: none Behavior: social and hyper Medication: none NOSF
A volunteer writes: Hey you out there! Wanna play? Wanna rub my belly? I’d love to meet you and make a new friend! Come on, let’s go! Miss Princess was my first walk of the day and set me up for a perfect day! Friendly, puppy bouncy, affectionate and fun she’s all about meeting everyone we pass on our walk, two legged or four legged, enjoying some treats for which she goes into an immediate and super impressive ‘sit’, loves belly rubs, loves cuddling, and just loves! Surrendered by her family we’re told that that she’s great with everyone, doesn’t guard her things, likes being brushed, knows ‘sit’, ‘stay’, ‘come’ and down’, and is energetic and sweet, and will jump into your arms like a baby. Although Princess did potty on the street when we were out we’re told she’s not housetrained, so will need some training on those skills. As much as she loves treats and has learned several commands, with positive reinforcement and consistency she’ll learn that too. Princess is all adorable puppy with that wonderful energy that comes with discovering the world and the people in it. If you’re a puppy person (and not everyone is) ready to provide the structure, love, exercise and training that our Princess needs to become to perfect royalty she’s meant to be, she’s waiting to meet you. Royalty shouldn’t be kept waiting, so come meet her today.
Princess is great around strangers and is friendly around them and is good with children of all ages. She has never been allowed with other animals. Never been around cats.
She uses the bathroom indoors and is not house trianed. She destroys and rips up furniture in the house. If you touch her food or bone she does not mind. She is fine with having his toys taken away or touched. She likes being brushed and does not mind being bathed or having nails trimmed. She is not bothered by strangers approaching the house. Princess has a high level of activity at home. She prefers human company and will follow owner around house. She knows the command sit, stay, come and down. She can be walked off leash, She will stay close to owner. She is fed puppy chow dry food three times a day and will. Princess likes to play with any toys and go on runs in the park. Princess is sweet and very energetic although she allows all handling it is hard to get her to sit still and she will jump into your arms like a baby.
PLAY GROUP NOTES :
When off leash with other dogs, Princess Lee is initially cautious of approach. She becomes more comfortable and begins to briefly show play interest. The behavior department feels that Princess Lee would benefit from slow introductions with any dogs in a future home
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