SUSIE – A1063245
Safe - 1-26-2016 Manhattan
SUSIE – A1063245
FEMALE, TAN, AM PIT BULL TER MIX, 2 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason LLORDPRIVA
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 01/19/2016, From NY 10455, DueOut Date01/19/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary BARH scan negative female intact mild tartar clean EEN clean coat very nervous, tense NOSF
A Volunteer Wrote: Susie starts kissing the hand that walks her through the bars of the kennel, and she ceases only when…actually, she never ceases. She’s a kissing machine, propelled by a windmill of a wagging tail and lit up by her gorgeous, soulful big brown eyes. According to the person who surrendered her to the shelter, Susie has lived with a 6 month old and a 4 year old, around whom she is “affectionate and gentle.” She’s great about sharing her treats and food, enjoys a game of rope and ball, and she loves bath time—and get this (if only our children felt the same): “When she sees the shampoo she’ll jump into the tub.” This gentle, submissive girl who adores all looks as if she has recently had some puppies, the only good news there being that there are potentially more Susie love bombs in the world ready to spread joy. But she is our one and only, and she is ready to be yours, right here, right now! Don’t let another kiss go to waste!
Susie A1063245 is a 2yr old female tan AMPBT mix who was given to the owner 2months ago by someone who didn’t want her anymore and is being surrendered due to landlord conflict. Susie hasn’t been to a veterinarian and it appears she’s been a mother in the past.
Around strangers Susie is friendly/outgoing. For the past two months she’s lived with children ages 6months & 4yrs old. Susie is relaxed, affectionate & gentle with the children and adults in the home. She hasn’t been around other animals the past two months and her previous history is unknown. Susie hasn’t bitten/scratched any person or animal.
Susie isn’t bothered by the following: having her food/food bowl, toys or treats touched/moved, being moved off of furniture, being brushed or being held/restrained. Susie loves bath time, when she sees the shampoo she’ll jump into the tub. She hasn’t had her nails trimmed. When someone unfamiliar approaches the home Susie will bark and once inside she’ll bark at them until she is acknowledged and given affection/attention.
For a New Family to Know:
Susie is described as friendly, affectionate, playful, mellow & excitable (at times) with a medium activity level. The owner likes how well behaved and calm Susie is. Susie likes to play and be pet. When the owner is home Susie follows them around. She enjoys rope and ball toys. Susie is a mostly indoor dog who has access to a yard that she’s behaves well in and is walked 2-4x a day where she pulls on the leash due to her excitement of being outside.
When approached Susie slowly wagged her tail but maintained a low body posture. She looks up at you with sad puppy eyes and offers a lick on your hand. Susie allowed to be scanned (-), collared & taken pictures of. Susie walked alongside me as we walked to her kennel and she walked in on her own.
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