LEON – A1038744
Safe 6-9-2015 Manhattan
LEON – A1038744
MALE, TAN, BEAGLE / PUG, 7 yrs
STRAY – ONHOLDHERE, HOLD FOR ID Reason STRAY
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 06/04/2015, From NY 10472, DueOut Date 06/07/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary Scan positive for microchip # AVID*014*816*605 Ears= possible infection at one point Eyes= Are clear= No cloudiness or discharge Teeth are crooked in the front Overall seems to have healthy teeth Walks very well=No limping Altered male As of now there is no V/S/C/D Stool appereared to be normal Dewormed with Pyrantel Flea treatment with Activyl BAR NOSF
A volunteer writes: With his chunky little body and that adorable snaggle tooth, Leon is a babe magnet…no doubt about it. His coat is soft and luxurious, his tail never stops wagging, he’s likely housetrained, his leash manners are excellent and he seems to love other dogs. In our walk through the park we ran into a small Yorkie and he gave her the most perfect and gentle play bow I’ve ever seen. Is this dude smooth or what?! Leon loves treats and takes them gently, and he’s a photographer’s dream as he poses perfectly for some pictures. He also has the best little paws….like a tiny baby bear cub – you’ll want to kiss them, I promise. Leon is the ideal easy
going companion you’ll want by your side in whatever you do. An awesome little goober, he’s hoping you’ll ask to meet him today.
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