CHELSEA – A1051603
Safe 10-17-2015 Brooklyn
CHELSEA – A1051603
**DOH HOLD RELEASED 10/08/15**
SPAYED FEMALE, SABLE / WHITE, AM PIT BULL TER MIX, 4 mos
RETURN – EVALUATE, HOLD FOR DOH-NHB Reason ATT ANIMAL
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 09/24/2015, From NY 11207, DueOut Date 09/24/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary scan: neg. sex: female est age: 4mos S/O: Puppy is BAR; BCS 4-5/9; PE-WNL A: Puppy is apparently healthy P: Gave vaccines, dewormer, and flea tx PROGNOSIS: Excellent
S/O: DAY 10 OF DOXY; PATIENT IS BAR ON PRESENTATION; MILD SEROUS NASAL DISCHARGE BILATERALLY; SOFT, NON-PRODUCTIVE COUGH WITH STIMULATION; PER VOLUNTEER, PATIENT STILL SNEEZES OFTEN; ACTIVE, COOPERATIVE FOR EXAM; EATING WELL OTHERWISE
A: RESOLVING CIRDC
P: SINCE PATIENT IS ALREADY OUT OF ISOLATION, WILL CONSIDER NON-CONTAGIOUS; HOWEVER WILL ADD 7 DAYS WORTH OF DOXY AND AZITHROMYCIN
VC – RECHECK CIRDC SIGNS – LAST DAY OF EXTENDED MEDS – NON-CONTAGIOUS
S/O: Puppy is BAR, still has serous nasal discharge and mild cough, has already been through two courses of doxycycline and one course of Azithromycin
A: Agree puppy is most likely non-contagious, do not recommend another course of abx at this time
P: Continue to monitor while at BACC
OWNER SURRENDER NOTES FROM 2ND SURRENDER ON 9/25:
**PLEASE NOTE CHELSEA HAD A BITE INCIDENT AND WAS ON DOH HOLD HERE*
Chelsea was surrendered at ACC today by her owner. Owner reports that he is surrendering Chelsea due to the fact that Chelsea and his other dog had an incident where Chelsea broke skin during rough play. Owner reports that Chelsea had a biting incident with his chihuahua yesterday. Chelsea and his other dog were playing and that Chelsea bit the other dog around the neck and that Chelsea shook the dog and broke skin. owner reports that he did not seek medical treatment for his chihuahua and also reports that both dogs have shown no ill effects from the incident.
Chelsea is a 4 month old puppy who was brought from a neigbhor when she was 6 weeks old. Her family does not have the time/energy for a puppy at this time. She has never seen a vet, but her family has not noticed any health issues.
Chelsea has played with the neighborhood teenagers and was very hyper and exuberant. She has never interacted with other dogs or cats. She is pee pad trained and trained to go potty outside. She is described as having a very high energy in the home.
Chelsea is very social and relaxed when her food bowl, treats, and toys are touched. During bath time she is wiggly at first, but settles down after a while. She allows for her nails to be trimmed and for brushing. She is always wiggly and social when strangers approach. Owner reported that Chelsea will chew the stairs, floor and door when they leave her alone.
For a new family to know:
Chelsea knows sit and stay, but will only do them for a few seconds ast a time. She is exercised by playing in the backyard for hours. She loves rope and stuffed squeaky toys and will not destroy them. She has never been crate trained and is left in the basement when the family is away. She loves to play in grass and does dig holes in the backyard. She follows her family around the home and will come when called. She isnt afraid of loud noised. She is free fed Kibbles and bits dry food
When off leash with other dogs Chelsea is initially uncomfortable but begins to warm up and solicit play. She is vocal and engages in running play with both males and females.
9/17 update:Chelsea is social and greets other dogs politely. She will engage briefly in running play.
10/7 update: Chelsea is social and engages in rough, mouthy play with a playful male.
10/8, 10/9 update: Chelsea is social and engages in rough, mouthy play with males and females. She is vocal while playing and will offer correction for pushy behavior.
10/10 update: Chelsea engages in rough, mouthy play and will offer correction for mounting. She may become vocal while playing.
10/11 update: Chelsea is vocal and pushy when soliciting play. She engages in rough play with males and females.
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