OZZY – A1060938
Safe 12-30-2015 Brooklyn
OZZY – A1060938 NEUTERED MALE, TAN / WHITE, SHIBA INU, 5 yrs OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, HOLD RELEASED Reason BITEPEOPLE Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 12/27/2015, From NY 11414, DueOut Date 12/27/2015, Medical Behavior Evaluation YELLOW Medical Summary SCAN POSITIVE (0006E7C744) NEUTERED MALE 5 YRS BAR BCS = 6-7/9 CLEAR OU CLEAN AU CLEAN COAT MILD DENTAL […]
OZZY – A1060938
NEUTERED MALE, TAN / WHITE, SHIBA INU, 5 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, HOLD RELEASED Reason BITEPEOPLE
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 12/27/2015, From NY 11414, DueOut Date 12/27/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation YELLOW
Medical Summary SCAN POSITIVE (0006E7C744) NEUTERED MALE 5 YRS BAR BCS = 6-7/9 CLEAR OU CLEAN AU CLEAN COAT MILD DENTAL TARTAR TOLERABLE OF HANDLING WHEN MUZZLED NOSF VACCINATED APPLIED 2 ML ACTIVYL GAVE 3 ML PYRANTEL
S/O: Dog is BAR, UTD on vaccines, appears overweight, dog would not allow muzzling (turns and snaps at muzzle)
A: Overweight, otherwise apparently healthy
P: Cut off harness, moved to holding
BASIC INFORMATION: Ozzy is a 5 yr old neutered Shiba Inu. He was purchased from a breeder about 5 yrs ago. Ozzy has no known health issues & was surrendered to ACC due to behavior issues towards family members and strangers.
SOCIALIZATION: Ozzy is very nervous & anxious around strangers, adults or children. Ozzy was purchased for owners son. Since Ozzy was not socialized very for the first 3 years. When owner attempted to socialize Ozzy he displayed aggressive behavior & attempted to bite anyone that tried to pet him. Ozzy bit owner on the hand this incident was unprovoked & happened over 10 days ago. Ozzy has not resided with small children & whenever small children approach him he becomes very tense. Ozzy has not resided with other animals. When he is walked outside & encounters other dogs, Ozzy becomes anxious & nervous. He may growl, bark & attempt to bite. Ozzy has bitten another dog about 1 year ago. Ozzy never been exposed to cats or other small animals.
BEHAVIOR: Ozzy becomes aggressive when a person touches him while he is eating. Ozzy may growl & potentially bite. Ozzy does not tolerate when someone attempts to take a bone from his mouth, he will attempt to bite or growl. When someone unfamiliar approaches the home, Ozzy will not bark.
FOR A NEW FAMILY TO KNOW: Ozzy is best described as a fearful & anxious dog. His activity level is low & e enjoys lounging and sleeping. One of the owners favorite things about Ozzy is when he begs he looks like he is clapping for food. Ozzy enjoys going to the park & playing fetch or tug. When owner is home, he tends to follow owner around. Ozzy enjoys playing with toys made of rope. Ozzy would do best in a single person home. He enjoys eating wet food from any brand & dry food from brand Blue Buffalo. Ozzy enjoys any kind of treats. He is house trained & does not have any accidents in the home. Ozzy is familiar with commands, sit & stay. When off the leash, Ozzy may run away.
BEHAVIOR UPON INTAKE: Ozzy displayed a low tense body. Ozzy did not allow counselor to handle & scanned positive
Client, is surrendering dog Ozzy due to his aggressive behavior. Ozzy has unpredictable temperament & has attempted to bite family members & strangers on multiple occasions. Ozzy bit owner over 10 days ago. owner was offered behavior modification training & declined service. owner stated she was interested in participating with the deferred program.
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