BISCUIT – A1055195
Safe 10-25-2015 Manhattan
BISCUIT – A1055195
MALE, BROWN, LABRADOR RETR / PIT BULL, 9 mos
STRAY – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 10/17/2015, From NY 10029, DueOut Date10/20/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary SCAN NEGATIVE BAR MALE INTACT LESS THAN ONE YEAR OLD OLDER PUPPY FRIENDLY, LIKES BEING PET, INTERESTED IN NEW PEOPLE AMBULATORY, VERY ACTIVE HEART AND LUNGS NORMAL EARS, EYES, NOSE, MOUTH CLINICALLY NORMAL APPEARENCE SOME AREAS OF THINNER HAIR ON BODY, TAIL- DO NOT APPEAR PATHOLOGIC/IRRITATED MAY BE FROM DELICATE HAIRCOAT/SKIN AND CONTACT WITH ENVIRONMENT. NO IRRITATION
A Volunteer Writes: What an easy going, sweet young guy! When an unleashed dog ran up to him, no problem! Biscuit hoped it was play time. And what a great playmate he is, with people and dogs alike. He has a puppy’s energy and cheer, practically dancing with happiness when someone pays attention to him; he’s a stealth kisser (just try bending down without getting licked) and an unapologetic hugger. Biscuit would love a few biscuits of call his own-he is underweight-but mostly he is just desperate to share his affection. Please, won’t you give him the chance to spread the love?
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