QUEEN – A1074488
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QUEEN – A1074488
**NEEDS FOLLOW UP VET CARE ASAP**
FEMALE, TAN, RHOD RIDGEBACK / BLOODHOUND, 4 yrs
STRAY – ONHOLDHERE, HOLD FOR ID Reason STRAY
Intake condition INJ MINOR Intake Date 05/20/2016, From NY 10029, DueOut Date05/23/2016
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary Microchip: 985112004855672 Sex: intact female Age: appx 2-3y Mentation: BARH Eyes: clear Ears: clean Nose: no d/c Teeth: minimal staining If abnormal BCS: WNL Skin: WNL Hair Coat: WNL, some debris hanging off of hind legs, possibly quick dry cement Declawed: N/A Any injuries: vaginal prolapse, appx 3-4″ Behavior: friendly, allows all handling and sweet, buries head in lap and asks for affection Medication: N/A, preventatives given NPOd for prolapse replacement
A volunteer writes: Would you try to make a tomboy look like a lady? I tried…..by putting a red boa around Queen’s neck… She did not mind it but she really wanted to play and be silly… Queen has won the heart of many here at the care center from the veterinary staff to the kennel staff and of course from all the volunteers who had the chance to spend time with her. You would think that a big gal like her would knock you down, pull you like 100 horses on the street and may be eat your hand with the piece of roast beef you treat her with…. NOT AT ALL. She totally fits the definition of gentle giant ! Stand up hugs are her specialty. She circles your shoulders or waist with her forelegs without leaning heavily and kisses profusely. She poses her head in your lap for caresses. She takes treats so gently from your fingers. Queen loves to play ball and runs clumsily after tennis balls. Her mouth is big and we were worried that she could swallow one. She has not discovered yet that she could fit 2 balls in her mouth…She sits so nicely on command or for what ever we have for her. She is so patient and attuned to her caretaker. Other dogs, well, we have met few, in the street and through the fence. Queen has saluted politely every single of them. Queen is gorgeous and one wonders how such a masterpiece could be a stray… We probably will never know but a thought could be that her former masters who took great care of her, could not afford the care of her uterine prolapse and most likely a spay. I bet that there is someone out there who will want to take upon this task and adopt or rescue the Queen or queens, our precious and lovely dame Queen. Queen is at the Manhattan Care Center, dreaming of a royal and happy life… with you.
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