SANDY – A1091885
Safe - 10-11-2016 Manhattan
SANDY – A1091885
FEMALE, APRICOT, POODLE TOY, 10 yrs
STRAY – ONHOLDHERE, HOLD FOR ID Reason PERS PROB
Intake condition ILLNESS Intake Date 10/01/2016, From NY 11434, DueOut Date 10/08/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary Scanned positive –Avid — 101-307-280 Female, ~10yrs Sociable, tolerates handling, no sign of aggression Moderate tartar, gingivitis cloudy eyes EENT – wnl Skin/coat — nsf senior pet HX of seizures — No episode seen yet Came with Penobarbital 15mg BID. BARH
A volunteer writes:
Sandy is a pretty , girly and so well groomed apricot Poodle. She is ten years of age but one would never guess… Sandy was left with us for health reasons. Indeed, she has seizures and is medicated for it. I found Sandy resting comfortably on her blanket. She was a bit shy and hesitated coming out of her den. A little bit of coaching, sweet talks and petting went a long way. Sandy was walking in no time by me…She is so dainty and like a staff said to me: “She seems ready to go to a show…”. Sandy has been so well cared for. She is very sweet and an amazing lap dog who loves caresses and kisses. I had a very hard time to part from her and put her back in her kennel….Sandy is an adorable elderly with a medical issue . She is so worth your attention and promises unconditional love if you choose to welcome her into your home as your new family pet… Sandy is at the Manhattan Care Center. Come and meet her soon. She is dreaming of and waiting for you.
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