BP – A1033331
Safe 6-13-2015 Manhattan
BP – A1033331
*** BEGINNER HOME ***
MALE, WHITE / GRAY, PIT BULL MIX, 2 yrs
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD Reason ABANDON
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 04/15/2015, From NY 10454, DueOut Date 04/18/2015, I came in with Group/Litter #K15-010232.
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary BARH scan negative mod tartar male intact NOSF
A volunteer writes:
Joining us with his friend (sister?) Tiny, BP is adorably miniature in his white coat and crooked little tail. Already a celebrity along with Tiny, BP is happy to snuggle with anyone willing to snuggle with him (the snuggle line forms to the right!). His leash manners are lovely, his little legs pedaling fast to walk by my side. He’s a bit hand shy, but as soon as he realizes that hand is there to pet him he snuggles in close – a total lap dog giving in to hugs and kisses. He takes treats gently, seems to love other dogs, and earned a coveted Beginner behavior assessment due to his easy going ways. Staff gave him a much needed bath, and I’m told he was a good boy during all of it. I’m not sure what intake had in mind when he was named BP – but I’m going to say it stands for Best Pup…..and he is! Come meet our little tail wagging boy today.
A Volunteer Wrote: “Go meet him,” another volunteer said. “He will make your day.” My day, my week, my month…the minute BP was out of his kennel it was hands on my shoulders and head tucked into my neck, and there we stood, each of us in heaven. I’d love to take it personally but the reality is BP is like that with everyone, which is why people in the shelter suddenly have a lot of excuses to be on the ward where BP resides, and there is a lot of cooing going on in his presence. Take any beloved furry totem you can think of–we’re thinking the Easter bunny, for instance–and trust us: BP trumps them all. You are nothing but crazy not to race to the shelter and swoop this love muffin under your arm immediately.
CAME IN WITH TINY – A1033332
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