DUKE – A1116101
Gone -6-30-2017 Brooklyn
My name is DUKE. My Animal ID # is A1116101.
I am a male br brindle and white staffordshire mix. The shelter thinks I am about 4 YEARS old.
I came in the shelter as a STRAY on 06/21/2017 from NY 11411, owner surrender reason stated was BITEANIMAL.
06/29/2017 AT RISK MEMO
Duke A1116101 is at risk for a New Hope Only behavior determination, including a bite history to another dog. Duke has shown avoidance and distance-increasing behaviors in the care center, and we were unable to complete a handling assessment. He was released for rescue placement only after his bite quarantine.
MOST RECENT MEDICAL INFORMATION AND WEIGHT
06/22/2017 Exam Type VACCINATE – Medical Rating is 1 – NORMAL , Behavior Rating is NONE, Weight 64.0 LBS.
06/22/17 12:44 Canine DAPP Product Name: Novibac 1-DAPPV Serial Number: 02121713B Location of Vaccination: RFL Revaccination Date: 07/06/17 Canine Bordetella Product Name: Intra Trac 1 Serial Number: 00541371C Location of Vaccination: IN Revaccination Date: 12/22/17 Pyrantel PO Effipro applied MC inserted Heartworm test negative
06/21/2017 PET PROFILE MEMO
06/21/17 17:00 Basic information Duke is a male brown brindle and white large breed with no known medical conditions. Duke was brought into ACC because of a bite. Socialization and behavior Socialization while with finder duke has not been socialized with children cats or other people he doesn’t know. Around adults Duke was calm and affectionate. Duke was kept with another dog for a short time and would play with the other dog. Duke played somewhat rough and has bitten the other dog before. Duke was not bothered when having his food bowl touched while eating or having toys taken away. Finder did not attempt to take bones or treats away. Duke was scared of getting bathes at first but would calm down after a few mutes. Finder did not brush or trim dukes nails. During storms Duke is calm. Duke did not go on the furniture and was never held ort restrained. When someone unfamiliar approached the house Duke would bark. For the new family to know Duke was described as affectionate and calm with a medium activity level. Duke enjoyed playing with squeaky toys and knows how to play fetch. Duke is house trained and goes outside 3 to 4 times a day. Duke prefers to go to the bathroom on grass. When in the yard alone duke was well behaved. In the house when alone Duke was kept in a sectioned off area and was well behaved. Duke ate Pedigree wet food and Rachel ran dry food twice a day. Duke knows the commands sit and come here. Behavior during intake Duke was tense during intake he growled and barked when counselor approached. Duke did not allow any handling.
No Web Memo
06/26/2017 BEHAVIOR EVALUATION – NH ONLY
Exam Type BEHAVIOR
KNOWN HISTORY: 06/21/17 Intact male, owner surrender Previously lived with: Adults Behavior toward strangers: Calm, affectionate, barks Behavior toward children: Unknown Behavior toward dogs: Playful, rough Behavior toward cats: Unknown Resource guarding: None reported Bite history: Yes, Duke has bitten another dog before, pinned dog and grazed skin near eye, breaking skin. (Further details of the incident are unknown) Housetrained: Yes Energy level/descriptors: Affectionate and calm with a medium activity level Other notes: SAFER ASSESSMENT: 06/26/17 Summary: Due to the avoidance and distance increasing behaviors observed in-shelter, Duke is not an appropriate candidate for an assessment at this time. Please use his known history as guideline for more information on Duke in a home environment. INTAKE BEHAVIOR 06/21/17 Duke was tense and growled when approach; he did not tolerate handling. MEDICAL BEHAVIOR: 06/22/17 During his initial medical examination, Duke was whale eyed and tense; Duke was muzzled for his examination. ENERGY LEVEL: Duke has displayed a low energy level though this is likely due to fearful behavior that has come as a result of his environment. His previous owner reports a medium activity level in the previous home environment.
DOG-DOG INTERACTION According to Duke’s previous guardian, Duke was kept with another dog for a short time and would play with the other dog. Duke played somewhat rough and has bitten the other dog before. 6/29: When greeting a novel female dog Duke displays nervous body language. His tail is tucked to his belly and his face is tense. He is tolerant of the female dog’s face to face greeting, but mostly keeps to himself as he explores. While exploring, his body language becomes more relaxed and his tail untucks, but when the female approaches him, Duke looks away and tucks him tail, indicating that he does not wish to interact. Due to Duke’s bite history with another dog and his nervousness when socializing here at the Care Center, the Behavior Department believes that Duke would be most comfortable as the only dog in the home at this time. RECOMMENDATIONS: New Hope Only _X_No children (under 13) _X_Place with a New Hope partner: Duke is not thriving in the shelter environment and has had a hard time with handling in the care center. He has generally given clear and protracted warnings and has not escalated to threatening behavior, but we are concerned that extra pressure may elicit higher level warnings. We feel that placement with a New Hope partner who can provide any necessary behavior modification guidance in a stable home environment will best set Duke up for success in a future adoptive home. Potential challenges: _X_Handling/touch sensitivity: Duke has been noted to become uncomfortable with handling at times, especially when a person is reaching over him. It is important to always go slow and give Duke the option to walk away from any social interaction. Duke should never be forced to approach anything that he is uncomfortable with or to submit to petting or handling. It should always be Duke’s choice to approach a new person or thing. Duke may do best in an initially calm and quiet home environment and should be given time to acclimate to his new surroundings. _X_Fearful/potential for defensive aggression: Duke has displayed fearful behavior in shelter, he displays minimal social behavior towards handlers and attempts to increase distance and avoid contact when uncomfortable.
06/29/2017 GROUP BEHAVIOR EVALUATION – NH ONLY
Exam Type GROUP BEHAVIOR
According to Duke’s previous guardian, Duke was kept with another dog for a short time and would play with the other dog. Duke played somewhat rough and has bitten the other dog before. 6/29: When greeting a novel female dog Duke displays nervous body language. His tail is tucked to his belly and his face is tense. He is tolerant of the female dog’s face to face greeting, but mostly keeps to himself as he explores. While exploring, his body language becomes more relaxed and his tail untucks, but when the female approaches him, Duke looks away and tucks him tail, indicating that he does not wish to interact. Due to Duke’s bite history with another dog and his nervousness when socializing here at the Care Center, the Behavior Department believes that Duke would be most comfortable as the only dog in the home at this time.
06/22/2017 DVM INTAKE PHYSICAL EXAM
Medical rating was 1 – NORMAL , behavior rating was NONE
DVM Intake Exam Estimated age: 3 years Microchip noted on Intake? no History : surrendered by friend of owner, no medical history Subjective: BAR, euhydrated, very nervous Observed Behavior – whale eye and backing away almost immediately on entering room. Muzzled for exam, very limited physical exam. Evidence of Cruelty seen – none Evidence of Trauma seen – none Objective BCS 5/9 EENT: Eyes clear, ears clean, no nasal discharge noted Oral Exam: very limited – mild gingivitis, minimal tartar H/L: NSR, NMA, Lungs clear, eupnic U/G: intact male, two symmetrical testicles MSI: Ambulatory x 4, skin free of parasites, no masses noted, healthy hair coat CNS: mentation appropriate – no signs of neurologic abnormalities Assessment: apparently healthy male on very limited physical exam Plan: no treatment need at this time Prognosis: excellent SURGERY: Okay for surgery
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