GALAXY – A1033475
SAFE – 04/25/15
GALAXY – A1033475
FEMALE, GRAY / SILVER, SCHNAUZER MIN MIX, 13 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason PERS PROB
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 04/17/2015, From NY 11206, DueOut Date 04/17/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation ORANGE
Medical Summary SCAN NEGATIVE FEMALE, ~13YRS OLD OCCULAR CLOUDING DENTAL DISEASE AS PER DR SPECTOR GERIATRIC APPLIED ACTIVYL ALLOWED LIMITED HANDLING FOR EXAM, NEEDS NAIL TRIM BUT NEEDS HANDLER TRIED TO BITE WHEN SEXING BARH NOSF
VET CHECK – GERIATRIC, OWNER REPORTED URINATED IN HOUSE SINCE MOVING
BARH. ALLOWED ALL HANDLING. BCS 4/9. NORMAL AMOUNT OF URINE ON BEDDING
TOOK FOR SHORT WALK OUTSIDE AND DID NOT URINATE OR DEFECATE
SEVERE DENTAL TARTAR, DENTAL DISEASE, NUCLEAR SCLEROSIS OU, NO OCULAR OR NASAL DISCHARGE, EARS WNL
NORMAL THORACIC AUSCULTATION
NORMAL ABDOMINAL PALPATION
INTEG WNL – RECENT GROOMING? OVERGROWN NAILS
AMBULATORY X 4
A: GERIATRIC, DENTAL DISEASE, OVERGROWN NAILS, POSSIBLE INCREASED URINATION (NOT NOTED SINCE INTAKE)
P: RECOMMEND FULL GERIATRIC WORK UP WITH PLACEMENT. CONTINUE TO MONITOR WHILE AT BACC. CONSIDER FULL BLOODWORK IF PU/PD IS NOTED. FAIR PROGNOSIS
Dog Surrender Sheet:
Dog Name: Galaxy
Reason for surrender: Owner has personal problems.
Relationship: Owner had Galaxy for 13 years bred at home from a previous pet.
People: Galaxy lived with a whole family throughout the course of his life but recently due to personal situation Galaxy been with one male owner. Owner stated Galaxy is respectful and tolerant around family members and is protective so she will bark at anyone who comes close to them. Owner stated she doesn’t trust children under the age of 8 to be around Galaxy because she not friendly towards them she will stay her distance.
Other Animals: Owner stated Galaxy is aggressive towards other dogs. She will growl, bark and ready to attack. Galaxy behavior is unknown towards cats.
Personality/Habits: Owner stated he likes that Galaxy is protective of the family members. Her activity level is low with owner but with children over 8 years old she will be active playing with her toys. The toys she likes to play with are balls and dolls. Owner stated he only touches her food bowl and take things out her mouth and she allows him too. He doesn’t know she will allow anyone else to do so. She afraid of taking baths but isn’t bothered after a while. Galaxy doesn’t let anyone pick her up because she will snap especially if she doesn’t know the person. She will bark if unfamiliar people approach the house door or family member. Owner stated Galaxy is like a shadow because she follows him around the house. When Galaxy is home alone loose she will urinates on the couch or bed that’s why owner keeps her in a crate when home alone or the kitchen in a gated area. Galaxy is afraid of anyone holding a plastic bag and will bark or growl. Owner stated Galaxy is pushy, confident and independent.
Training: Galaxy is mostly indoors and partially house trained. Ever since Galaxy environment changed and started to live with one owner she uses the bathroom indoors but use to be house broken when she lived with her original family. Galaxy goes on walks on a leash twice a day and will use the bathroom in piddle pads and the floor. Galaxy is crate-trained and will stay in a crate all day long and only will whine when she see action going on and want to be apart.
Feeding: Galaxy eats dry food called Beneful twice a day. Owner stated Galaxy will take food right out someone hands.
Behavior upon intake: Upon intake Galaxy was whining and tense. She scanned negative for a microchip and allowed all handling.
Owner stated Galaxy urinates all the time.
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