REMMY – A1064764
Gone - 2-11-2016 Manhattan
REMMY – A1064764
***MUST HAVE NEW HOPE PLACEMENT BY 6PM 2/10***
MALE, BROWN / WHITE, AM PIT BULL TER MIX, 7 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason PET HEALTH
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 02/09/2016, From NY 11207, DueOut Date 02/09/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation YELLOW
Medical Summary Scan negative M; 7 YO; 38.6 LB Soft muzzle required for exam due to growling from fear; no bite or lunge attempts made Owner reported diahrrea with blood Some blood coloring on sample used for parvo test Parvo test negative Owner reports lack of appetite and excessive water intake Metronidazole 250mg BID x 7 deays and Panacur SID x 3 days per 1173 Will monitor appetite/water consumption Mildly underweight Lungs appeared clear upon ascultation H and R rates WNL QAR
A Staff member writes: Remmy was surrendered to the care center due to cost of medical expenses. The owner stated that the night prior to arriving at the care center Remmy began drinking excessive water and then vomiting. At the care center Remmy has been having excessive bloody diarrhea. He was parvo tested and the results were negative. He needs follow up vet care ASAP to have xrays to check for any possible obstructions and further diagnostics. Due to Remmy’s aggressive behavior at the care center during exams and need for further veterinary care, he is in need of New Hope placement by 6pm tonight!
02/10/16 : S/O: QAR, low growl in cage, blood in water bowl from mouth (reported to have bit the rabies pole last night), diarrhea in cage but no frank blood seen. unable to fully examine due to behavior. underweight body condition. A: hematochezia: r/o parasites vs. parvo (tested negative) vs. rectal foreign body vs. neoplasia vs. other. P: too aggressive to examine without sedation; monitor in medical this morning, see if he is eating and if D+ continues consider sedation this afternoon for rectal exam if indicated
did not eat at night, but drank water; bloody diarrhea noticed at 6.30am; no vomiting observed at night; QAR in cage but when approached showing teeth, growling, try to attack and try to bite; unable to clean cage and take him out; water gets pink due to blood from his mouth; med beh changed to RED; NOSF
came from BACC; BAR; fearful, growling, try to bite, try to attack at MACC; ACO used rabies pole to take him out from truck; med beh changed to RED; reported bloody diarrhea, vomiting, in appetence and drinking excessive water; parvo tested negative in BACC; some blood noticed on mouth due to biting pole; placed in medical for monitor his condition; drinking water; no diarrhea seen at this time; NOSF
Basic Information: Remmy is a 7 year old unaltered male American Pit-Bull mix. He was given as a gift back in 2012. Owner stated Remmy has been vommitimg, having diarreha and bleeding from the anus since yesterday. Owner hasn’t taken Remmy to the vet for these issues. Owner came to surrenders Remmy due to pet health and personal problems.
Social Life and Personality: Remmy lived with 1 female adult and a 11 year old who has special needs. Owner stated Remmy is tolerant towards the people in the household. Owner stated Remmy is playful towards the 11 year and likes to follow him around and eat his food. Owner stated when Remmy sees other children that are not from the household he will lunge and bark at them. Owner stated when strangers come to the house he goes inside his cage and will bark and tries to escape the cage. Remmy never lived in a home with other dogs, however he was attacked by another dog back in 2013 and ever since he lunges and loud bark at dogs he interacts with outdoors. Owner stated Remmy will chase cats that have been in the yard. He’s mostly indoors and activity level is high. Owner describes Remmy as fearful and anxious.
Behavior: Remmy has bitten owner but not in the last 10 days and was bitten by another dog owner three years ago further information in behavior memo. Remmy is hard to control outdoors and barks too much when people walk pass the house door. Remmy is afraid of loud noises and flinch when he hear fireworks. He is easily distracted on walks when cars drive pass. He growls and snaps at anyone who touches his food bowl while eating. Remmy allows owner to touch his toys or treats plays that’s how he likes to play. Owner stated a muzzle has to be applied on Remmy while giving him a bath because he doesn’t like water. He barks when unfamiliar people approach the house or family member.
For a New Family to Know: Remmy is trained to use the bathroom outdoors at night in a yard. He is crate trained and does well for a couple of hours. He only listen to one male owner with commands sit, down and come. He likes to follow owner around the house and be in the same room such as the kitchen. He eats dry food called Alpo beef twice a day. Remmy likes to play with towels and has a habit of playing with towels.
Intake Behavior: Upon intake Remmy was dull and docile. He became tense and growl when handled. He scanned negative for a microchip and allowed limited handling only by owner.
Behavior: No Safer: Medical Red
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