MAX B – A1058452
Safe 12-24-2015 Manhattan
MAX B – A1058452 ***DOH HOLD RELEASED 12/08/15*** MALE, WHITE / BROWN, AMER BULLDOG MIX, 6 yrs OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason MOVE2PRIVA Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 11/20/2015, From NY 10458, DueOut Date 11/20/2015, Medical Behavior Evaluation No Initial Behavior Medical Summary No Initial Exam A volunteer writes: Counting small children […]
MAX B – A1058452
***DOH HOLD RELEASED 12/08/15***
MALE, WHITE / BROWN, AMER BULLDOG MIX, 6 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason MOVE2PRIVA
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 11/20/2015, From NY 10458, DueOut Date 11/20/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation No Initial Behavior
Medical Summary No Initial Exam
A volunteer writes: Counting small children and 3 Chihuahuas as his playmates, Max B is wondering where everyone is. He could often be found sleeping in the children’s room by their side. Surrendered due to a change in living situation, Max B had been with his family since he was a puppy, and all things considered is doing very well. He seems to be housetrained and will benefit from some leash training as he pulls hard on the leash. He showed off his ‘sit’, and gave me his paw when I asked for it, accepting his reward treat gently. Max B loved playing with a squeaky toy, bringing it into my lap to share and chomp on it. So sweet. He’s affectionate and cuddly, happy to drape himself in my lap for cuddles. Max B was having no part of the elevator in the building so we took the stairs…I suspect he’s never been in an elevator before and with time he’ll be OK. In group with other dogs Max B greets well and briefly plays. He has a lot to get used to and I’m so proud of him for how well he’s doing! Playful, fun, affectionate, and energetic Max B rocked his behavior assessment. He’ll do well in an active home in which plenty of exercise, love and playtime are on the daily ‘to do’ list. If you’re active and looking for a big, gorgeous and equally active dog to complete your family, Max B is your man….I mean, dog.
Max B A1058452 is a 6 yr. old white male American Bulldog was surrendered by his owner due to living situations. Max B joined his family when he was just a pup, given to them as a gift.
Max B was described as being sociable and would greet strangers by jumping on them in excitement. Max B lived with 3 children ranging in ages from 3-11. The owner described Max B as very tolerant of the children and would often be seen sleeping in their room by their bedside. He would get excited during playtime and knock over the youngest of the children when he passed by or jumped on them. Max B was said to had three small Chihuahua play mates who he played with on a daily basis in the backyard.
Max B was said to use the bathroom indoors and outdoors but was mostly kept outside. He allowed to be bathed and brushed. Max B was described as not having any food/toy guarding behaviors and usually allowed the children to play and grab his toys.
For a Family to Know
Max B was described as friendly and sociable around strangers with a loose wiggly body and wagging tail. He loved to jump up on the visitors who came to the home in a non-aggressive manner. Max B has a high activity level who loves to run in the back yard playing games such as fetch and tug. He enjoys dry food (pedigree) and raw hide treats. He pulls hard on the leash and gets really excited when he sees other dogs.
Max B was super excited Greeting staff with a loose wiggly body, waging tail and open mouth. He seemed very curious and got extremely excited when he saw another dog in the lobby. Max B began to whine/bark and pull excessively on the leash to get to the smaller dog. He allowed to be scanned (-) photographed and to be placed into his kennel.
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