LAYLA – A1055097
Safe 10-25-2015 Brooklyn
LAYLA – A1055097
FEMALE, TAN / WHITE, AM PIT BULL TER MIX, 5 yrs
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 10/17/2015, From NY 11208, DueOut Date 10/20/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary Scanned negative BARH – jumps, “happy tail”, gives kisses F~ 5 years Ears, eyes, nose clear Mouth – heavy staining, tarter, gingivitis on teeth – not sensitive. Heavy skin flakes along spine to tail – no irritation or sensitivity observed No flea dirt or parasites observed. Underweight – good appetite Skin missing from toe pad on R forepaw – healing, but sensitive to touch. Nails long – trimmed.
A volunteer writes: Layla is a skinny little thing. The kind of skinny where once she finds out she can get a treat for sitting that’s all she wants to do, but she is reluctant to go all the way because she has no cushioning between her bones and the ground. She has gentle eyes and has rubbed her nose raw from looking out of her cage. She may be a little sad to look at, but Layla is a total joy to be with! She is resilient, friendly, and incredibly sweet. She gives kisses, will muster up the strength to prop her paws in my lap, and wags her tail at even the slightest bit of attention. I wouldn’t blame her if she was, but Layla isn’t grabby at all with treats and needs the jerky kind broken into very small pieces; her teeth aren’t in the best shape either. She seems housebroken and even when her system was adjusting to getting three meals a day, she would hold it as long as she could in her cage. We hope Layla will never miss a meal again, that she’ll be showered with love and kindness from here on out, and that soon she’ll be snuggled up to her person on a warm bed! Please come meet her at Brooklyn ACC!
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