LILY – A1056033
LILY – A1056033
***SAFER : AVERAGE HOME***
SPAYED FEMALE, TAN / WHITE, CHIHUAHUA LH / PEKINGESE, 10 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason NO TIME
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 10/26/2015, From NY 11357, DueOut Date10/26/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary SCAN NEGATIVE SPAYED FEMALE (UNDEVELOPED MAMMARY GLANDS) 10 YRS. PER PREVIOUS OWNER BAR, VERY COOPERATIVE FOR EXAM MM = PINK, MOIST HYDRATION = ADEQUATE INTEGUMENT= SEMI-FIRM ROUND, RAISED, HAIRLESS MASS (APPROX. 2-3 CM IN DIAMETER) ON THE DORSAL RIGHT METATARSAL REGION. NON-PAINFUL TO TOUCH. SMALL (APPROX. 1-2 MM IN DIAMETER)SKIN TAG/WART ON THE INNER LEFT PINNA. NO OTHER ABNORMALITIES, NO ECTOPARASITES DETECTED EENT = NUCLEAR SCLEROSIS OU, CLEAN AU, NND, MODERATE AMOUNT OF TARTAR/CALCULUS H/L = NMA, NSR, CLEAR LUNG FIELDS BILATERALLY ABDOMEN = TENSE, NON-PAINFUL, NO MASSES PALPABLE GU = NO VAGINAL DISCHARGE, FS LN = SLIGHTLY ENLARGED RIGHT POPLITEAL LN MS = AMB X4 ; BCS = 5-6/9 CNS = A+A A: GERIATRIC MASS – R/O BENIGN VS. MALIGNANT DENTAL DISEASE PER OWNER HX – NEEDS SPECIAL DIET FOR URINARY DISEASE (UROLITHS) RC – S/O DRY PX: GOOD SHORT TERM P: RECOMMEND NEW HOPE PLACEMENT FOR FULL SENIOR PROFILE AND FURTHER DIAGNOSTICS ON MASS VACCINATED GAVE 2.1 ML PYRANTEL APPLIED 1 ML ACTIVYL
A volunteer writes:
Lily’s family has no time for a pet anymore….She lived in the same household since puppy hood and grew up with the many children who passed by…She has a shy and reserved nature but still comes to her door when she sees a potential caretaker. She accepts my caresses and off she lands into my arms. A little pee is a must as we reach the street. Lily is a pretty gal, quite well nourished, beautifully groomed and very silky to the touch. She walks nicely on the leash, does stairs without blinking…and meets other pooches uneventfully . She clearly wonders what she is doing in this new world that is so “unlike ” her….But she copes, like a valliant little girl and hopefully, a brighter future, a caring and loving home, a new owner who knows and likes seniors, will materialize and take under his or her wing, lovely Lily… Come and meet Lily at the Manhattan Care Center..
Lily is appears to be a Chihuahua and Pekinese mix and is 10 years old. Lily was bought from a pet store when she was just a puppy. Ever since then she has been considered part of the family. Owner has surrender Lily due to having not time and space for the dog to exercise. Lily has no know illness, however she required a special brand of food name Royal Canine Urinary So (dry food only).
Lily has been around children of various ages since a puppy. Lily does not interact and play with them but she is tolerant of all handling. At times she lounges and sleep next to the children. Around adult Lily is affection and mellow. She enjoys being petted and gently strokes on her back. When stranger come around the house Lily curiously waits by the door and sniff people. She allows to pet and walks up to stranger. She has never lived with cats or dogs.
Lily allows all handling. Owner take lily to the groomer to be giving a bath, have her nails clipped and restrained. She is not bothered when placing your hand in his food bowl or removing any toys from his mouth. Lily stands by the door when she needs to use the bathroom and at times has accidence. She is partially house broken. When Lily noticed a dog or a cat on long walks she pulls on the leash and becomes tense. She hard barks and does not listen to commands.
FOR NEW FAMILIES TO KNOW
Lily is described as mellow, loyal and affectionate. Her favorite placed to lounge on is owner bed. Throughout most of the day Lily sleeps and lounges around. She does not care much for dog toys. Owner does not give lily treats but she enjoys long petting strokes. Lily is well behaved at home and has never been crate trained.
BEHAVIOR DURING INTAKE
During intake Lily was soft and wiggly. She approached counselor and sniffed counselor. She enjoys being petted. Counselor was able to collar, photographed and scanned.
BehaviorLily walks calmly on leash. She was sociable toward the handler during the assessment – soft body, low wag. Lily was calm and relaxed during handling. She was distracted, focused on objects in the room rather than the handler during the tag test. Lily was not interested in food, toys or rawhide.
Lily was surrender to us. According to her previous owner Lily has been around children of various ages since a puppy. Lily does not interact and play with them but she is tolerant of all handling. She is not bothered when placing your hand in his food bowl or removing any toys from his mouth”. Lily did not show any concern during the behavior assessment. The behavior department feels that she can go to an Average home.
Look: 2. Dog pulls out of Assessor’s hands each time without settling during three repetitions.
Sensitivity: 1. Dog stands still and accepts the touch, her eyes are averted, and her tail is in neutral position with relaxed body posture.
Tag: 2. Dog is not fearful but unresponsive when touched. Approaches the Assessor when the game ends. Dog is likely crouching, may have long lip or lip lick.
Squeeze 1: 1. Dog gently pulls back her paw.
Squeeze 2: 1. Dog gently pulls back her paw.
Food 1: No interest.
Toy 1: No interest.
Rawhide: 1. No interest.
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