CHARLIE – A1055938
Safe 10-31-2015 Manhattan
CHARLIE – A1055938
MALE, BLACK / BROWN, BEAUCERON MIX, 4 mos
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason PERS PROB
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 10/25/2015, From NY 11428, DueOut Date 10/25/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation No Initial Behavior
Medical Summary No Initial Exam
A volunteer writes:
Charlie wants to be loved, lives to please and be one of the crowd…The more the merrier. Bring people and other dogs…and that will make Charlie’s day ! Charlie is a big boy, very young at 4 months of age, boisterous , energetic, silly,playful, super friendly, social and last but not least, GORGEOUS and healthy!!! He has the longest legs, owns a lush coat with lovely markings and bounces around like a young deer.Surrendered because his owners have no time to take care of a puppy..Charlie comes nevertheless with glorious recommendations. Charlie keeps an eye for any potential caretaker coming down his aisle…Hello…It’s me, Charlie, the one and only…I can sit, run after and catch a ball. I can shake a hula hoop in my mouth…(who still owns a hula hoop nowadays?). I need to pee(I am partially house trained…). And I love, but love company..as well as treats and other pooches…I know I am a star…Try me and you will see…How not to take Charlie out? He is so excited to go into the yard, jumps on me(I was warned…) and does all the silly things a puppy is supposed to do. The only problem is that Charlie is a huge babe…He is great in playgroups with other dogs and I am not surprised…. Well, if you are an active owner or family, if you know and love to bring up a youngster and lead him to great dogwood, Charlie is the pooch for you! Come and meet him at the Manhattan Care Center and make him your forever best friend.
Charlie is a 4 month old male Beauceron with no known medical conditions. Owners have had Charlie for 2 months and are surrendering because of personal reasons.
Charlie is a young energetic pup that loves attention from anyone he comes across. Charlie plays somewhat rough and likes to jump up on people. Charlie has not lived with or interacted with children under the age of 15 or cats. Around other dogs Charlie is hyper and playful.
Charlie isn’t bothered when having his food bowl couch or toys and treats taken away. Charlie gets a little nervous when getting a bathe but will allow you to bathe him. When someone unfamiliar approaches the house or a family member Charlie is all wiggles and will greet the person happily. Charlie enjoys being brushed but has not had his nails trimmed yet.
For the new family to know
Charlie was described as playful, affectionate and energetic with a high activity level. Charlie enjoys playing with squeaky toys ropes and stuffed animals but his favorite toy is a hula hoop. Charlie loves to shake a hula hoop in his mouth. When home with Charlie he tends to follow you around wanting to play. Charlie is kept indoors and outdoors and is well behaved when left in the yard alone. Charlie Knows the command sit, come and if you clap he will jump up. For exercise Charlie either plays in the yard or goes for brisk walks at night. Charlie pulls lightly on the leash. Charlie is only partially house trained and will still go to the bathroom in the house. Charlie eats Purina proplan dry food in the morning and Caesars wet food at night.
Behavior during intake
Charlie greeted counselor right away and tried to jump up. Charlie had a loose wiggly body and enjoyed being pet. Charlie allowed to be scanned collared and have his picture taken with ease.
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