WINTER – A1096043
Gone - 11-18-2016 Brooklyn
My name is WINTER. My Animal ID # is A1096043.
I am a female black and white greyhound mix. The shelter thinks I am about 1 YEAR
I came in the shelter as a OWNER SUR on 11/06/2016 from NY 11226, owner surrender reason stated was NO TIME.
MOST RECENT MEDICAL INFORMATION AND WEIGHT
11/06/2016 Exam Type VACCINATE – Medical Rating is 1 – NORMAL , Behavior Rating is NONE, Weight 51.6 LBS.
No Final Exam
11/06/2016 PET PROFILE MEMO
11/06/16 14:37 Basic Information Winter is a one year old unaltered female. Owner is surrendering due to no time and a new family member in the house. There are no injuries or health problems owner is aware of. Socialization Around strangers, she is friendly and outgoing and likes to lick their faces. She lived with a 5 year old and 2 year old. With the children she is respectful but play behavior for children and adults she is somewhat rough. She has not lived with another dog and in dog parks she is afraid. She has never been with cats. there is no bite history of a person or animal. Behavior Owner stated that there no behavior issues and that she well behaved. During storms she hides. She isnt bothered with touching food bowl, taking bone or toy away. She knows get down when on furniture. She isn’t bothered holding or restraining her. She is friendly with bath time, brushing of coat. Trimming of nails is unknown. She isn’t bothered with unfamiliar approaches to house or family member. For the new family to know Owner described her as friendly, affectionate, excitable, and independent. Her activity level is medium. When owner is home, she follows you around. She likes balls and squeaky toys. She likes tugging game. She has been kept mostly indoors and eats dry food. She has been kept mostly indoors and eats dry food science diet. Her favorite treats are milk bones. She is mostly house trained and has accidents a few times a week. She goes on the wee wee pad. When left alone she barks and whines. There is no access to a yard. She is crate trained and does well for 2 hours. She knows sit. She enjoys running and long walks. She doesn’t pull on leash and when off leash she wanders but comes when called. Behavior upon intake She let counselor pet her and she sniffed counselor, when counselor went to put collar on she attempted to bite counselor hand. Counselor did not precede to collar.
No Web Memo
11/09/2016 BEHAVIOR EVALUATION – NH ONLY
Exam Type BEHAVIOR
KNOWN HISTORY: Unaltered, Owner Surrender Previously lived with: Children ages five and two. Behavior toward children: Respectful, can play rough. Behavior toward dogs: Is afraid at dog parks. Behavior toward cats: Unknown. FG/RG: None reported. Bite history: No bites reported. Housetrained: Somewhat, will also go on wee wee pads. Energy level/descriptors: Friendly, affectionate, excitable, and independent. Her activity level is medium. Other notes: Winter snapped at the counselor when she attempted to collar her at intake. SAFER ASSESSMENT: 11/9/16 Summary: Winter snapped at the assessor when attempting to adjust her collar. She is very fearful and jumpy. Due to these warnings and her clear discomfort with human interaction, the SAFER assessment was not conducted. DOG-DOG INTERACTION ASSESSMENT: Summary PLAYGROUP: Winter’s previous owner reported that she has not lived with other dogs and is afraid of them at dog parks. When off leash at the Care Center, Winter displays nervous body language when interacting with male and female dogs. She shows slight sociability when greeting a calm dog, displaying more relaxed body language as they are interacting. The Behavior Department recommends that Winter be placed in a home with no more than one dog that matches her calm sociability. MEDICAL BEHAVIOR: 11/6/16 During her initial medical assessment Winter was very nervous and tolerated minimal handling. ENERGY LEVEL: RECOMMENDATIONS: New Hope Only _X_Recommend no dog parks: See GroupBehavior information _X_Place with a New Hope partner: Due to the warning and escalation behaviors seen in the care center, we recommend placement with a New Hope partner who can provide any necessary behavior modification before placement into a permanent home. We recommend only force-free, positive reinforcement-based training methods to decrease the risk of future aggression. Potential challenges: _X_Fearful/potential for defensive aggression
11/07/2016 GROUP BEHAVIOR EVALUATION
Exam Type GROUP BEHAVIOR
Winter’s previous owner reported that she has not lived with other dogs and is afraid of them at dog parks. When off leash at the Care Center, Winter displays nervous body language when interacting with male and female dogs. She shows slight sociability when greeting a calm dog, displaying more relaxed body language as they are interacting. The Behavior Department recommends that Winter be placed in a home with no more than one dog that matches her calm sociability. 11/7: Winter greets the helper dog with a tucked body, tail completely underneath her body. She avoids interacting by increasing her distance from the dog but does seek attention from the handler and hides behind her frequently. 11/9: When greeting a calm female dog, Winter displays nervous body language- a tense face and tucked tail. She initially avoids greeting the other dog, keeping her distance from her and displaying a look away. After a few minutes, Winter approaches her to greet and relaxes slightly. She stands a bit taller and untucks her tail when greeting the other dog. After that greeting, Winter displays nervous body language again as she explores the pen.
11/06/2016 INITIAL PHYSICAL EXAM
Medical rating was 1 – NORMAL , behavior rating was NONE
Scan negative Very nervous, tolerate minimal hadling Female, 1 year old Ear and eyes are clear, No fleas and ticks Dry skin Amb x 4
No RE-EXAM or CAGE-EXAM found
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