RAY BAN – A1038792
Gone 6-10-2015 Manhattan
My name is RAY BAN. My Animal ID # is A1038792.
I am a neutered male tan and white american staff. The shelter thinks I am about 3 YEARS old.
I came in the shelter as a OWNER SUR on 06/04/2015 from NY 10451, owner surrender reason stated was PERS PROB. I came in with Group/Litter #K15-016978.
MOST RECENT MEDICAL INFORMATION AND WEIGHT
06/07/2015 Exam Type VACCINATE – Medical Rating is 1 – NORMAL , Behavior Rating is NONE, Weight 70.0 LBS.
No Final Exam
06/04/2015 PET PROFILE MEMO
06/04/15 20:18 Basic Information Ray Ban was brought in as an Owner Surrender. Owner stated that he can no longer afford to care for the dogs. Owner says Ray Ban is about 2-years old and has had her since she was a puppy. Owner says Ray Ban doesn’t have any injuries or health concerns and was last treated at the ASPCA. When asked two things he likes most about Ray Ban client chose that he is friendly and athletic. Personality & Behavior Owner describes Ray Ban as having a very high activity level. Owner says he is very playful and affectionate. Owner says he has been around children ages 6, 7, and 10 and they say he is gentle and relaxed with them. Owner says he has been around two other dogs. Cautious who he was surrendered with, and owner says he is fine with her. Owners also have a 3-year old female pit bull, and client says the dogs occasionally fight and are aggressive towards each other. Client says Ray Ban is house-trained, but will have accidents around the house occasionally. Owner describes Ray ban as friendly, and says he immediately jumps on new people when meeting them. Owner says she hasn’t had any past accidents with Ray Ban biting anyone or another animal. Owner says he isn’t bothered if food treats, or toys are touched while eating or playing. Owner says he is friendly if pushed off of furniture, but you sometimes will have to tell him more than once. Owner says Ray Ban is afraid of water, and will attempt to run when it’s bath time. Owner says Ray Ban barks when someone unfamiliar approaches but will calm down once he sees who it is. For a New Family to Know Owner says Ray Ban knows commands, but sometimes does not listen. Owner says loves playing tug, and loves playing with rope. Owner says Ray Ban is crate-trained, but will sometimes break them when attempting to get out. Owner says Ray Ban rarely seeks attention, and s well-behaved when left alone. Owner says Ray Ban eats dry food in a variety of brands. Ray Ban usually sleeps anywhere around the house, and owner says he is unbothered if disturbed while sleeping. Behavior during Intake Ray Ban was friendly during intake. Once inside Ray Ban immediately wanted to socialize and jumped on to my leg and began licking me. Ray Ban allowed handling, and showed no signs of aggression during intake.
No Web Memo
06/07/2015 BEHAVIOR EVALUATION – EXPERIENCE
Exam Type BEHAVIOR
When Ray Ban entered the assessment, he was at first sociable toward the handler during the assessment – soft body, low wag; however he became progressively more anxious and was continually whining throughout the assessment and would attempt to move towards the exit door. He was a bit difficult to position for the first two handling items, as he continually tried to exit but his body remained loose and wiggly throughout. During tag, he followed the assessor with a soft body and approached the assessor when moving ceased. He had no interest in food toy or rawhide. Ray Ban was surrendered to the care center by his owner of 2 years due to personal reasons. His previous owners reported that he is a friendly and athletic dog with a high energy level. It was also stated that he was around children ages 6, 7, and 10 and that he is gentle and relaxed with them. Ray Ban reportedly lived with two other dogs about his size and he may be selective of his canine companions, as it was reported that he got along well with one of the dogs but not the other. His previous owners stated that he isn’t bothered if food treats, or toys are touched while eating or playing. Throughout the assessment, Ray Ban seemed to show conflicting behavior throughout, sometimes approaching the assessor without a need to coax but was clearly anxious, continually whining and moving toward the exit, and sometimes difficult to position as he continually pulled out of the assessor’s hands; however, Ray Ban did not show any aggression throughout. The Behavior Department believes Ray Ban may do best in an experienced home that will allow him the time to adjust to a new environment and new people at his own pace. Look: 2. Dog pulls out of Assessor’s hands each time without settling during three repetitions. Sensitivity: 3. Dog is not fearful and is struggling to get away. The dog is not focused and is in constant movement, unconnected to the Assessor but has a loose wiggly body throughout. Tag: 1. Follows at end of leash, body soft. Squeeze 1&2: 1. Dog gently pulls back his paw. Food: No interest Toy 1: No interest. Rawhide: 1. No interest.
06/07/2015 GROUP BEHAVIOR EVALUATION – EXPERIENCE
Exam Type GROUP BEHAVIOR
When off leash with other dogs Ray Ban is a bit anxious but will engage in brief bouts of play. He is uncomfortable with rough play. 6/8 update: Ray Ban is initially playful but becomes uncomfortable without offering correction to a solicitous female. He will then over correct and when the other dog corrects him he will escalate. 6/9 Update: Unable to play today, no appropriate dogs to play with.
06/07/2015 INITIAL PHYSICAL EXAM
Medical rating was 1 – NORMAL , behavior rating was NONE
MC 985112001920692 Neutered male BARH Mild staining on teeth Negative fleas/earmites (activyl) NOSF
No RE-EXAM or CAGE-EXAM found
No detailed description for a visit type RE-EXAM or CAGE-EXAM found!
CAME IN WITH: CAUTIOUS – A1038794
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