MONTY – A1055801
Safe 11-22-2015 Manhattan
MONTY – A1055801 ***DOH HOLD RELEASED 11/12/15***SAFER : EXPERIENCED HOME*** MALE, TAN / WHITE, AM PIT BULL TER / AMER BULLDOG, 10 mos OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason OWN EVICT Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 10/24/2015, From NY 10473, DueOut Date 10/24/2015, Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE Medical Summary scan negative ALOPECIA spots on body- woods […]
MONTY – A1055801
***DOH HOLD RELEASED 11/12/15***SAFER : EXPERIENCED HOME***
MALE, TAN / WHITE, AM PIT BULL TER / AMER BULLDOG, 10 mos
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason OWN EVICT
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 10/24/2015, From NY 10473, DueOut Date 10/24/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary scan negative ALOPECIA spots on body- woods lamp possible positive- placing on vet check ears- wnl flea comb negative- treated with activyl male intact tense, nervous at times during exam
A volunteer writes:
Omfl murthuhm phumph! It’s kinda hard to talk with…pfthulm…this cool toy in my mouth but trust me, that was hello! I guess I could put it down for a minute but then how would you know I was ready to play? I’m a semi-professional puppy so toys, balls and games are like, totally my thing and putting stuff in my mouth just might be my favorite hobby. Have you heard of this great sport called fetch? I’m really good at the first part where you sit and wait and wait and waaaaait for a throw then run off after the ball and bring it back to your throwing person. It’s not easy to keep from getting excited once I have something in my mouth and all I wanna do is jump for joy! The adults here say I need some training to improve my game because jumping up without permission is a no-no, even though every puppy knows that’s the best way to make new friends. Seriously, you humans are so weird sometimes! I’ve learnt all about your kind because until we got what they call ‘evicted’, I used to live in a house with my very own family. I liked playing with the kids (though sometimes I was a bit rough) and hanging out with doggie friends and when we saw a kitty in the street I was always very respikt…rispet…I was always nice to them too. I know how to walk good on a short leash (the long ones are too easy to chew) and do all my business outside and I never get into that guarding thing with my stuff either–my toys are your toys! I love food but I’m not grabby and I can be very patient when waiting for a treat, though being patient doesn’t mean I won’t give my opinion on your stalling tactics loud and clear…can you hear me now?!! I bet you were also wondering if I really am this amazingly good-looking and the answer is YES! I’m like, awwwww-ooooh-ahhhh-do-a-double-take kind of good-looking. Better get used to the spotlight if you adopt me because we are gonna be super popular! So…time to get back to my work…omff…on this plushie now but hope to see you again real soon. Just don’t forget to bring a toy when you come to visit so we can play together, okay?
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