ROSE – A1090052
Safe - 9-24-2016 Manhattan
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ROSE – A1090052
SPAYED FEMALE, BL BRINDLE / BROWN, GERM SHEPHERD / AM PIT BULL TER, 2 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason MOVE2PRIVA
Intake condition UNSPECIFIED Intake Date 09/16/2016, From NY 10030, DueOut Date 09/16/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary Scanned negative QARH Mild dental tartar Allows handling Spayed female Very minor laceration on left ear tip, cleaned with nolvason Activyl applied for fleas prevention Nosf
A volunteer writes:
Rose wears well her name. She is indeed a beautiful and delicate flower.Her coat is gorgeous, shiny brindle complete with the dark Shepie saddle, a bushy tail and semi long silky hair. Her eyes are velvety and bright. She is waiting at her door, looking at me and asking….. Are we on ? Nobody can resist such a lovely young lady.. Rose is leashed easily and walks just by my side, checking on me from time to time.. She does her business at once as we reached the street. She is very soft and gentle in her manners, sits very nicely and lady like on command and takes treats quite politely from my hand. She is not really shy, comes when i call her and settles by my side, very close, for caresses. She hops on the bencher more bonding and kisses galore… Read her former owner’s comment: ” My favorite thing about Rose is her loving nature”. Rose was surrendered into our care as her family moved to a place not allowing dogs. She played very gently with young children and more exuberantly with adults and other pooches. I saw Rose indeed in a playgroup with her peers. She looked so happy, bouncy and playful…Rose would be house trained, crate trained and free of any handling issues. What’s not to love about Rose? Nothing. She seems just like perfection…like a rose, the flower made for love. Come and meet our gracious lady at the Manhattan Care Center. I know that you will take her home as your forever best friend.
Rose is a two year old, shepherd american pit bull mix. She is spayed and her last vet appointment was last year. Her owner is no longer able to care for her due to moving and lack of time.
According to her owner, Rose loves to interact with people. She is outgoing and will approach individuals she is not familiar with.In her previous home she had been around children ages one to nine and had played gently with them. Her play with adults and other dogs is more on the excited, exuberant side. She had not spent much time with cats but her owner mentioned that when she was around them she was tolerant and kept her distance.
She regularly uses the bathroom outside, with a few accidents in the home. With regards to her food, treats, or toys she exhibits no signs of guarding and her body remains relaxed and loose when her owner would approach her bowls. She enjoys grooming such as bathing, brushing and is tolerant of the occasional nail trim.
For a New Family to Know:
Her owner’s favorite thing about her is her loving nature. During her intake she would gently jump into her owners lap with her two front paws, and calmly stay there with her ears back while he pet her sides.In the home she has a tendency to follow her owner around and the owner mentioned that she does not really like being by herself. Her playful nature makes her a high energy dog with her two favorite activities being fetch and running around. She is crate trained but prefers to be outside of her crate. She will on occasion sleep inside her crate.
Behavior During Intake:
When counselor approached her eyes were squinty and her mouth was relaxed. When she met the counselor’s gaze she blinked and looked away. Her body remained loose and relaxed during her evaluation. Rose was attentive and would sit when asked and allowed handling. She gently jumped into the counselor’s lap and stayed there while the counselor massaged her back.
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