SUNDAE – 15623
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SUNDAE – 15623
Intake Date: 12/7/17 Intake Type: Owner Surrender
Medical Behavior: — Sex: Spayed Age: 3 years
Weight: — lbs
No medical information
A Little Bit About Me…
A volunteer writes: We can all see the Boxer in her… Her face, her cinnamon markings and her booted white legs. Sunday is really gorgeous, immaculate and so well cared for. She was a cherished family pet since tender puppyhood and shared her life, happily with another female and …a cat.Sunday was a little shy and submissive when she arrived at the care center but frequent walks with staff and volunteers as well as playdates with her peers got her out of her shell. She is without exaggerating, a volunteers favorite as she is so pretty, low key, a great walker, very sweet and not a trouble maker… This gal really has a lot of plusses. She is very affectionate and seeks the attention and the love of her caretakers. She gives standing hugs and rolls on her back for belly rubs… You should see her cavorting with her peers, males and females, in the yard and having the fun of her life… Sunday is a delicious girl who will bring daily sunshine to the life of the new master or family who will adopt her. Bring a leash and a coat to the Manhattan Care Center…. I know that once you meet Sunday, you will take her home as your forever best friend.
Let’s get to know each other a bit more…
Basic Information: Sundae is a 3 years old large spayed female dog. She was surrendered to MACC due to a personal problem. The previous owner had her since she was a puppy.
Previously lived with: 1 Adult
How is this dog around strangers? She was shy around strangers.
How is this dog around children? She was not around children.
How is this dog around other dogs? She lived with a 5 years old spayed female dog and was very playful with her.
How is this dog around cats? She lived with a 10 years old neutered male cat and was very friendly with him.
Resource guarding: She did not guard any resources.
Bite history: She did not have a bite history.
Energy level/descriptors: Medium
Other Notes: The previous owner stated that she did not have any behavior issues. She was not bothered by storms or fireworks. She was not bothered by her food bowl, treats, and other objects taken away by her previous owner. She was friendly during baths and while getting brushed. She was afraid of nail trims. She was friendly when strangers approached the home or her previous owner.
Has this dog ever had any medical issues? No
For a New Family to Know : She was described as a playful dog. Her favorite activity was playing with her 5 years old female dog friend. They played fetch, tug and loved balls. They were kept mostly indoors but used to have a backyard were they usually played at. She usually went potty on the grass. She was well behaved when left alone. She pulled lightly on the leash.
My medical notes are…
Details on my behavior are…
PLAY GROUP :
12/8: When introduced off leash to a male dog, Sundae is initially fearful and avoids interaction, but quickly warms up and engages in brief bouts of bouncy play.
12/9: Sundae engages in bouncy running play with male and female dogs.
IN SHELTER OBSERVATIONS:
Sundae has been timid in the shelter environment but will warm up and become social with handlers while engaging outside the kennel. She continues to be initially fearful of novice items and people, but will warm up quickly and engage after a brief introduction.
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