RAVEL – 12205
Safe - 11-18-2017 Manhattan Rescue: Amsterdog Animal Rescue Please honor your pledges: http://amsterdog.org/donate/
Hello, my name is Ravel. My animal id is #12205. I am a male tan dog at the Manhattan Animal Care Center. The shelter thinks I am about 1 years 6 months 1 weeks old.
I came into the shelter as a stray on 10-Nov-2017.
Ravel is at risk due to medical concerns. Ravel has been diagnosed with Canine Infectious Respiratory Disease Complex, which is contagious to dogs. Behaviorally, Ravel has been assessed as being suitable for most homes.
Let’s get to know each other a bit more…
A volunteer writes: This guy is simply beyond adorable! He’s gorgeous in his well groomed, perfectly maintained caramel color coat. His tail wags so hard he hits his sides (seriously), he has adorable little smiley wrinkles on his face, and his eyes are filled with mirth and mischief. He loves to play, and out of all the toys I brought into the pen, he loves the banana the most, bringing it to me for a game of tug, but also sometimes playing keep-away! As he waits for a treat or a banana toss, he does a quick play bow and then a perfect sit. It’s the cutest habit ever, and it’s all so quick I couldn’t catch it on my camera. Joining me up on the bench for some hugs, he then jumps down and leans into my legs as I massage him all over, and it’s so clear he’s having the best time. He’s an active snuggler, and there’s nothing better than knowing how much a dog likes what you’re doing! Ravel may be housetrained, as that was a priority as soon as we were outside. Good boy, Ravel. Romping in exuberant play with a group of females (as of this writing he has not been with males), Ravel enjoys his canine friends as much as he does his human ones. He’s an awesomely fabulous dog ready to rock your world with fun, bows and lots of love. Are you ready to rock his? Come meet him today. Another volunteer writes: He’s gorgeous, he’s fun and friendly, he’s great with other dogs, and he was the best ‘waiting out the rain’ buddy ever. Ravel continues to show good leash manners and was used as a ‘training’ dog for new volunteers, as they are shown the best ways to leash a dog from his/her kennel and go on a walk. Rock star! When Ravel and I were leaving the park, it started to rain hard so we ducked into a doorway to wait it out. In my lap, rolling over for belly rubs, schmushing me with his head in my lap, he’s just the best! Being handsome enough to get the cover of Doggie GQ doesn’t hurt either, nor does his great behavior assessment. He’s an awesome dog for whom you should run, not walk, to adopt today.
My medical notes are…
Weight: 58.5 lbs
Details on my behavior are…
Behavior Condition: 2. Blue
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