SOPHIE – A1103668
Safe - 2-21-2017 Brooklyn
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SOPHIE – A1103668
FEMALE, TAN / BLACK, BULLMASTIFF MIX, 4 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason OWN EVICT
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 02/13/2017, From NY 11436, DueOut Date 02/13/2017
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary Scanned negative Heartworm test negative QARH – came in wearing muzzle from O/S. Indifferent to attention, allowed all handling. F~4 years EENT clear. Heavy breathing sounds – “snoring”, sounds almost like a low growl. VC requested. Teeth – not seen due to muzzle. Coat clean – no flea dirt or parasites found. Nails short Ambx4 NOSF
A staff memeber writes: sophie is a dog who will just melt your heart . she was scartchig at the cage for me to come to her and i instantly fell head over heals !! her saggy cheecks so so so adorable i cant help but to squish her cheeks . and walking with her she follows instructions very well ad is just a very sweet dog . shes such a mush! get to know this kind soul asap
A volunteer writes: Sophie has got to be the #1 favorite dog at the Brooklyn ACC right now–I can’t take her anywhere without multiple staff, volunteers, and strangers on the street stopping to say how beautiful and sweet she is! Although she’s a tiny bit timid at first (she doesn’t love loud noises), Sophie thrives on human attention and is a glutton for affection. A few scratches behind the ears (some treats and baby talk don’t hurt either) and this girl’s heart is yours! Sophie is gentle, calm, and slow-moving, although she does occasionally pull if she sees one of her favorite staff people and wants to follow them. Sophie seems to be housetrained and doesn’t seem bothered by dogs when we pass them on the street. She loves naps (in fact, she takes one every time I bring her back in from a walk) and has the most adorable little doggie snore. Come and see this popular lady at the Brooklyn ACC today!
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