JADA – A1099103
Safe - 12-16-2016 Brooklyn
JADA – A1099103
SPAYED FEMALE, GRAY / BLACK, CHIHUAHUA LH MIX, 12 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason MOVE2PRIVA
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 12/08/2016, From NY 11378, DueOut Date 12/08/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary microchip scan negative, female, 12 yrs. old as per owner, BARH, ears are clean, nuclear sclerosis OU, dental disease, severe dental tartar
15.8lbs; BCS: 3/5, two small masses above umbilicus, calm, allowed all handling, vet exam scheduled
Jada A1099103 is an 12 year old dog that was surrendered due to moving. Jada has no known medial issues or injuries. Jada has never been to the vet.
Jada overall is a friendly dog. When strangers are in the home, Jada will approach with a soft body. Jada has lived with a cat. Jada and the cat were respectful and playful towards each other. Jada has also spent a lot of time with children. Around dogs, Jada is very shy and timid. She will run away and hide.
Jada has never bitten anyone or animal. Jada isn’t bothered by the following being picked up and held/loud or sudden sounds/having her food bowl touched or taken away/being awoken out of her sleep. Jada is fully house trained.
For a new family to know
Jada is overall a very well-behaved dog. Her favorite activity is sleeping. She was fed dry foods with a sprinkle of water. Jada was indoor only. Jada isn’t very toy reactive but she did enjoy playing with rolled up socks. Jada has no known destructive behavior from her adult years.
Jada was timid but relaxed. Jada allowed all handling. Jada scanned negative.
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