IVY – A1032161
Safe 11-22-2015 Manhattan
IVY – A1032161
FEMALE, GRAY / WHITE, AM PIT BULL TER MIX, 3 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason NYCHA BAN
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 04/04/2015, From NY 10452, DueOut Date 04/04/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary BARH Intact Female Moderate Dental Staining and Tartar Scan Negative Gave Dewormer Gave Activyl During exam very nervous and scared but able to handle NOSF
A Volunteer Wrote:
We cherish this enchanting little girl, who was surrendered by her owner with such high compliments we can only second them. She is housetrained, lived with children, lived with a Yorkie, loves to play, is crate trained, doesn’t bark in the house (right on!) and knows all her basic commands including the most delightful one, “give me kiss!” She is a very mellow girl, cuddling up with her walker, with a lovely countenance that is both a bit timid and very cheerful. The shelter is scaring her but within moments of being outside she is wagging her tail and looking for love. Our hearts hurt when she made a beeline for the fence to the sidewalk, where she stood, tail wagging, looking expectantly. We are praying she doesn’t have to look too long for her next wonderful family to come and love her up forever!
Another volunteer writes:
Do you speak the ‘language of flowers’? When I looked up Ivy and found that it represents fidelity, friendship and affection I knew this sweet wee cherub could not have been given a better name – Ivy means LOVE! Beautiful, gentle, responsive and very playful once the ball appears, Ivy really is the best of all worlds. She’s a great leash walker and meets other dogs politely but it’s free in the yard with her human that our blue-nosed beauty truly shines, running after a ball or sitting on my lap for snuggles, rubbing against my legs like a cat (a sneaky way of trying to remove her coat!), showing off her ‘sit’, ‘stay’ and ‘paw’ and catching treats mid-air like a pro. Once your heart and Ivy’s are intertwined there’s no going back – ask to meet her today and tomorrow you could be taking home a lifetime supply of love!
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