EBONI – A1042614
Safe 7-13-2015 Manhattan
EBONI – A1042614 ***AVERAGE RATED*** FEMALE, BROWN / BR BRINDLE, CANE CORSO, 1 yr STRAY – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason STRAY Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 07/03/2015, From NY 11217, DueOut Date 07/06/2015, Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE Medical Summary Negative MC Intact female Mentation inappropriate due to tranq Good teeth Cherry eye OU Dog was tranq’d by ESU […]
EBONI – A1042614
FEMALE, BROWN / BR BRINDLE, CANE CORSO, 1 yr
STRAY – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 07/03/2015, From NY 11217, DueOut Date 07/06/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary Negative MC Intact female Mentation inappropriate due to tranq Good teeth Cherry eye OU Dog was tranq’d by ESU (no dart wound seen, possible injection) Cropped tail Negative fleas/earmites (activyl) Held off dewormer Held off Vx NOSF Moved to medical for observation, very dioriented from tranq
A volunteer writes: One look at beautiful young Eboni and I’m instantly smitten! She’s a true gentle giant and her personality is everything that soft, smooshy face suggests — a sweet, loving puppy with the regal manners of a Queen. Eboni is effortless as she glides along on leash, never pulling (well, a tiny bit when she sees a squirrel) and using the facilities promptly and it’s hard to believe I’ve got a 90 pound pup at the other end of my rope and not a tiny Chihuahua! Other dogs are met with friendly manners and happy stump wagging and when it’s treat time she sits obediently to wait then practically licks the biscuit from my fingers. Petting is welcomed with a big smile and in every respect you couldn’t ask for a calmer, more easy to handle dog than Eboni. Here is a girl to make any adopter proud, ready and waiting to sweep you off your feet…come visit her at our Manhattan Care Center and you WILL believe in love at first sight!
Another Volunteer writes:
It was my first time meeting Eboni. I call her Belle because she is all girl , regal and beautiful. Eboni is a gorgeous Mastiff who is trying very much to shy away form the shelter world. She lays in the darkest corner of her kennel. Her eyes always seem to expect the worse. Her face is so contrite. She hesitates in all her moves. Come on, little babe, mama will take care of you…Eboni gets up slowly, saying most likely to herself….Not again…Leave me there, let me dream of a wonderful world that could be mine if someone, someone would see how good I am…Precisely, lovey….We have to show how great you are and that is not going to happen if you hide…Ebony is a wary female, her past, the care center and of course, her breed. She walks slowly on the leash, does her business and kind of ignores other pooches. She accepts a scarf, my petting, treats(that she takes gently) and comes to sit, leaning on my legs when I call her. She enjoys sunbathing in the sun. Eboni is truly a masterpiece but oh so thin. I can count all her ribs. A mother she has been at some point. Eboni needs a gentle approach until her spirit lifts itself up…Come and meet her at the MACC and give this magnificent girl a home and your heart. It will be like the kiss of Prince Charming walking up Sleeping Beauty…
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