SID – A1103583
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SID – A1103583
MALE, BLACK, FLAT COAT RETR MIX, 10 yrs
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition GERIATRIC Intake Date 02/12/2017, From NY 11411, DueOut Date 02/15/2017
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary Microchip scan neg. M, approx. 10 yrs. O: BARH. mm=pink, moist, CRT<2 s. Friendly, allows all handling. ORAL: Worn teeth, mild calculus. EENT: Nuclear sclerosis OU. No oculonasal discharge. H/L: Lungs clear, no murmurs/arrhythmias. ABD/UG: Male, intact. Left testicle enlarged, firm, non-painful. Right testicle mildly atrophied. MS: Thin body condition. BCS=3/9. INTEG: Matted under neck, ventral chest and abdomen, medial and caudal limbs. A: Age est 10 years. Left testicular mass. Thin condition – r/o malnourishment, metabolic disease, GI disease, other. P: Scheduled for CBC/Chem panel. Rec. castration with histopathology of testicular mass. Prognosis fair to good. 51.8 lbs
*Animal sensitive around face and feet – snapped during blood draw – muzzle needed.
Sid is an approximately 10 year old Male Black Labrador Retriever; he came into BACC as a Stray by his finder’s. Sid has no known health issues or injures and has no vet history.
When the finder approached Sid he was friendly and playful. He allowed the finder to pet him and touch his paw amd remained calm and relaxed. During his stay with the finder Sid was around the family’s 10 and 15 year old children. Sid was very playful and gentle with the children allowing petting all over.
Sid was feed dry and wet food of the pedigree brand. He seems to be house- trained and did not have any accidents in the home. Sid was described as playful, friendly and excitable by his finder’s.
Upon intake Sid was friendly and full of energy. He approached the counselor with a soft body and opened mouth. Sid allowed the counselor to pet him and the counselor was able to collar him and take a photo with no issue.
Sid was brought in as a stray so his behavior around other dogs is unknown.
2/13: When off leash at the Care Center, Sid greets the female helper with a neutral body. He tolerates her face to face interaction then mostly keeps to himself while exploring the yard.
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