GINGER – A1034366
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SAFE – 05/02/15
My name is GINGER. My Animal ID # is A1034366.
I am a female brown and white parson russ ter mix. The shelter thinks I am about 3 YEARS old.
I came in the shelter as a OWNER SUR on 04/26/2015 from NY 11207, owner surrender reason stated was NEW BABY.
MOST RECENT MEDICAL INFORMATION AND WEIGHT
04/26/2015 Exam Type VACCINATE – Medical Rating is 1 – NORMAL , Behavior Rating is NONE, Weight 20.2 LBS.
activyl given as a flea preventative
04/26/2015 PET PROFILE MEMO
04/26/15 15:21 BASIC INFORMATION: Ginger is a 3 year old Jack Russel Terrier mix that was with her family since she was 8 weeks. The owner surrendered Ginger due to a change in lifestyle. SOCIALIZATION: Ginger lived with 2 adults and young children. The owner says that Ginger plays with the children in the home and is very gentle with them. She has snapped at one of the young children for petting her to rough and pulling on her ears and tail. Ginger is well socialized with dogs as she goes to the dog park and maintains a loose wiggly body and offers play bows. She also lived with a cat. The owner states that Ginger and the cat learned to get a long and now they play chase and ginger will lick the cat’s ears. BEHAVIOR: Ginger is an inside dog with a very high activity level. She does defecate and urinate in the home and it happens daily even though she goes out for walks and to the dog park. She is fed Beneful once a day in the am, but doesn’t eat it. She eats any kind of human food she can get her paws on. The owner states she will eat all day long because she steals people food. She taks baths in the tub and has to be held down for it, but she will allow it and show no aggression. The owner states that if you tell her to leave the furniture she will bare teeth and she will bark when unfamiliar people approach while on walks and when they come to the door. Ginger will typically stop barking once she sees who has approached her. Ginger isn’t bothered when being held or restrained by her owner. When left unattended and while supervised, Ging gets into the garbage, will destroy socks, shoes, and baby toys among other things. Ginger loves all doggie toys and will also play tug with her owner. She does not seem to be bothered by lound noises such as fireworks or thunder. FOR A NEW FAMILY TO KNOW: The owner describes Ginger as playful, confident, affectionate, excitable, and friendly. She is still learning basic obedience. BEHAVIOR DURING INTAKE: Ginger was wide eyed at the start of the intake, but let th counselor approach. She slowly sniffed the conselor’s hand and wagged her tail. When the counselor attempted to scan Ginger, she back up so the counselor stopped. Near the end of the intake, Ginger became irritated and when the counselor extended her had again for her to smell, she low growled and bared her teeth. The counselor did not attempt to collar or rescan her.
No Web Memo
04/30/2015 BEHAVIOR EVALUATION – NH ONLY
Exam Type BEHAVIOR
Helper Dog:A1034455 Ginger previously lived with adults and young children, and according to the owner Ginger played with the children in the home and was very gentle with them, but she has snapped at one of the young children for petting her to rough and pulling on her ears and tail. Ginger was reported to do very well with other dogs. The owner states that Ginger lived with a cat and they learned to get along. Ginger was reported to have a very high activity level and was described as playful, confident, affectionate, excitable, and friendly. It was mentioned that if you tell her to get off the furniture she will bare teeth. It was also noted that when left unattended Ginger gets into the garbage and will destroy socks, shoes, and baby toys. At intake it was noted that Ginger was wide eyed at the start of the intake, but let the Counselor approach, and she slowly sniffed the Counselor’s hand and wagged her tail. Near the end of the intake, Ginger became overwhelmed and when the counselor extended her had again for her to smell, she low growled and bared her teeth. During SAFER Ginger would not approach the assessor, and when attempting to collar her she became stiff and bared her teeth. Due to this behavior and to avoid further stress no handling items were attempted at this time. She was not interested in the food or toy items, and when the assessor attempted to remove the rawhide, Ginger took the rawhide item away with stiff body language. During the dog-dog interaction, Ginger rushed in quickly towards the helper dog, but her body was relaxed and she appeared interested in interacting. Due to the behaviors seen on SAFER, placement with a New Hope partner is recommended. Food: Inconclusive, dog is not eating. Toy: 1. No interest. Rawhide: 3. Dog takes rawhide away, keeps a firm hold. Her body is stiff. Dog-dog: 2. Dog approaches the helper dog, body soft, tail well above spine level, ears forward.
GROUP BEHAVIOR EVALUATION
No Group Behavior Summary
04/26/2015 INITIAL PHYSICAL EXAM
Medical rating was 1 – NORMAL , behavior rating was NONE
scan negative intact female – no spay scar seen clean ears long nails – trimmed nails clean coat – flea negative little chunky weight: 20.2lbs she growled, snapped and tried to bite during exam – muzzle needed to be used during her exam BARH NOSF
No RE-EXAM or CAGE-EXAM found
No detailed description for a visit type RE-EXAM or CAGE-EXAM found!
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