CODY – A1032971
Safe 4-30-2015 Manhattan
SAFE – 04/30/15
CODY – A1032971
*** EXPERIENCED HOME ***
NEUTERED MALE, GRAY / WHITE, PIT BULL MIX, 2 yrs
STRAY – ONHOLDHERE, HOLD FOR ID Reason STRAY
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 04/12/2015, From NY 10462, DueOut Date 04/20/2015
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary MC 985112001109875 Neutered male BARH Good teeth Negative fleas/earmites (activyl) NOSF Tense and nervous on exam
A volunteer writes:
Cody’s Irish name means ‘helpful’ and if you’re looking for help with all your kissing and ball chasing needs then he’s the boy for you! A dapper and affectionate young chap, Cody’s very easy-going by nature yet stressed out by all the noise and confusion of the Care Center and he pulls hard on leash, seemingly eager to try and find his way back home. While he arrived as a stray, his friendly manners, great physical condition and neutered status suggest that not so long ago he was someones pride and joy. We don’t know what happened in his past or why he was cast out to the street but with the love and support of a new adoptive family Cody can still enjoy the bright and beautiful future he deserves. He likes other dogs and greets them very politely, sits on command to take treats extra gently from my hand and loves to retrieve tennis balls which he keeps close but never guards. Did I mention he’s also a great kisser? Cody is one of the ‘good guys’ and his soft, sweet demeanor make him a great choice for any experienced family looking to add a charming new member to their clan.
Another volunteer writes: I first met Cody when he was out with staff who told me, “I just love him, he is the mellowest dog”. And, indeed he is! Easy going and gentle he takes everything in stride, nothing seems to bother him as he makes his way through the backyard. In group play he interacts nicely with other dogs, and then easily hops back into his kennel when it’s that time. Off leash with me he was happy chomping on a tennis ball and from time to time laying it in my lap to get the benefit of a good ear scratch while he chomped. Beautifully groomed, easy on the eyes, and easy to be with, Cody is ready to move into a new home and begin his happily ever after. Understandably stressed when he first joined us he now knows the routine and is happy for any attention paid. What he wants most is his own family to love; please ask to meet him today.
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