TRINI – A1064470
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TRINI – A1064470
**SAFER: EXPERIENCED HOME**
FEMALE, BLACK / TAN, ROTTWEILER MIX, 7 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason NO TIME
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 02/05/2016, From NY 10462, DueOut Date 02/05/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary Microchip: Negative Sex:Female Age 5 yrs BARH AMBX4 Eyes: Clear / wnl Ears: Clean/wnl Nose: Clear / wnl Teeth: Mild to moderate dental tartar BCS: 4 Skin: APH / WNL Hair Coat: WNL Any injuries: None present Behavior: Mild tense and nervous during exam Medication: None NOSF
Trini A1064470 is an approx 7 year old Rottweiler. She is being surrendered because her owner is moving and is not allowed to have pets in the new home. She was given to the owner by a breeder. Her last vet visit was many years ago and she has no known health issues. She has had 2 litters in her lifetime.
Trini is very friendly around strangers. She plays exuberantly with adults and loves to be pet. The owner said that neighbors are scared of her. Trini learned to open the yard door and has been walking the streets and visitig neighbors. She says that her neighbors call her and let her know that Trini is out of the yard. She does like chidlren and usually approaches them and bows her head for them to pet her. She has not been around cats but loves to play with other dogs. She has not bitten anyone or any other animal.
Trini has been mostly kept outside. The owner says that it is very hard to keep her inside because she loves to be in the yard. She likes to chew on chairs and trees branches. She howls when she hears fire trucks. She is not bothered by fireworks or thunderstorms. She tolerates baths but runs away if she can. She’ll eventually lay down and allow to be bathed. She likes being brushed. She does not mind being restrained.
For a new family to know
Trini is friendly, affectionate, excitable, and playful. She has a high activity level. She bows her head to be pet and follows the owner around the house. She slept on her bed in the basement and was fed dry and wet food. She pulls hard on the leash and loves to go running in the yard. She barks when left alone in the yard but only when she see other dogs passing.
Behavior during intake
Trini was friendly and relaxed. She was curious of another dog that was in the lobby. She sniffed under the counter but did not vocalize. She allowed to be leashed and scanned(-). She posed for photos and wanted to play with the squeaky toy. She allowed to be walked to the back and to be transferred into a kennel.
A volunteer writes:
Trini is a Rottweiler with a tail….She wags it gently, though and it does not feel like a whip on my legs…She belonged to the same family since tender puppy hood and although not living with children and other dogs, Trini was known to enjoy their company. She was mostly an outdoor dog, spending most of her time in her yard and sometimes visiting neighbors after opening …the back door. She slept in a basement by choice it seems… She was known to be quite friendly, playful, affectionate and sociable. Trini is welcoming in her kennel and leashed easily. She is understandably stressed, giving me at times a smile, then a wary or stern look..She is a middle aged gal who knew her place..and now..It is not easy to find her bearings…As stated by her owner, Trini pulls a little on the leash. She does sit on command, though after a few prompts. She moves slowly in a pen and is a little uncomfortable with a much smaller and young male moving a bit fast about her…Trini loves food and people. She spotted me and my liver treats pretty quickly , stood on her hinds, put her forelegs on my chest and …gave me a kiss…Cute..Of course, I had to reward her…She seems to like to be petted and as the former master said, offered her head for caresses…Despite her outdoors habits and a few litters, Trini looks good although she is a little bit overweight. Her coat is shiny and her eyes are still sharp. Trini is at the Manhattan Care Center dreaming of a nice place with a yard…a new master to love and belong to…Will you open your heart to this lovely gal ?
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