CHA CHA – A1033980
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CHA CHA – A1033980
FEMALE, TAN / BLACK, AKITA MIX, 8 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason NO TIME
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 04/22/2015, From NY 10452, DueOut Date 04/22/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary scan negative barh very sweet girl mild tartar staining, missing a top incisor per owner- 8yrs old intact female, no ovh scar palpated slighly large nipples nosf
A shelter staff member writes: Meet Cha Cha!! Cha Cha is an adorable 8 year old Chow mix looking for a loving home. She has reportedly spend time with children, and lived with cats. She is a very sweet and calm girl. Please pull from MACC today!
A volunteer writes:
Dance your way through life with beautiful Cha Cha, a wise and winsome older gal whose easy-going ways make her the perfect partner for any occasion! From her laughing eyes and winning smile to the luxuriously thick coat she wears, this classy dame is a real show-stopper and when she strolls through the halls all eyes turn to admire her regal presence. Cha Cha was surrendered to us because her family no longer had time to care for a pet and we’re told she was fine with all handling (including baths!), relaxed and tolerant with a toddler and has lived and gently played with cats as well. She’s a great walker and seemingly very house trained, always comes when called and takes treats nicely from an outstretched hand. Cha Cha loves to play with other dogs and greets pups of all sizes with a wagging tail and a big smile and she happily welcomes petting and attention from her human friends too. Other than a rather slow motion pigeon chase during our walk, her how-do-you-do manners are impeccable and she truly is a friend to everyone she meets. So what are you waiting for? Put on your dancing shoes and come on in to our Manhattan Care Center for your very own Cha Cha session today!
good teeth for age
heart and lungs wnl
abd hard to assess
good short term prognosis
Cha Cha is a ~8 year old female Chow Chow mix. Her family got her as a gift 2 years ago and surrendered her due to lack of time. Cha Cha has no known health issues.
SOCIALIZATION: Cha Cha is friendly with strangers. She’s spent time with a child from ages 1-2 and is relaxed, tolerant, and gentle with her. She’s relaxed and plays exuberantly with dogs she meets on walks. She lived with cats and is relaxed, playful, and gentle with them. She’s never bit a person or animal.
BEHAVIOR: Cha Cha has no known behavior issues. She enjoys being bathed and brushed and is friendly with strangers that approach her home/family. She doesn’t mind when someone takes her food/treat/toy, holds/restrains her, or wakes her up. She doesn’t mind storms.
FOR A NEW FAMILY TO KNOW: Cha Cha’s family describes her as friendly, playful, mellow, and medium activity. She loves playing with her balls and cans of food and playing with cats. She doesn’t play with people.
Cha Cha lived inside in the winter and outside in a cement, fenced yard (6 ft chain link) the rest of the year. She slept on a blanket and ate wet Pedigree food. She likes rice. She’s well trained to potty outside and on wee-wee pads. She was usually alone and is well-behaved both inside and in the yard. She never escaped her fence, but once ran into the street around cars when the gate was open. She hasn’t been crated. She knows sit and down. She played in the yard for exercise. She pulls lightly on her leash. Off the leash, she wanders but comes when called.
INTAKE: Cha Cha approached us and had a soft body, open mouth, and wagging tail during handling-scan (negative), collar, switching leashes, petting, pictures, putting in kennel.
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