REAGAN – A1041355
Gone 6-28-2015 Brooklyn
My name is REAGAN. My Animal ID # is A1041355.
I am a male blue and white cane corso. The shelter thinks I am about 1 YEAR 11 MONTHS old.
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I came in the shelter as a OWNER SUR on 06/24/2015 from NY 11233, owner surrender reason stated was LLORDPRIVA.
MOST RECENT MEDICAL INFORMATION AND WEIGHT
06/24/2015 Exam Type VACCINATE – Medical Rating is 1 – NORMAL , Behavior Rating is NONE, Weight 102.0 LBS.
No Final Exam
06/24/2015 PET PROFILE MEMO
06/24/15 16:24 Basic Information: Reagan is 1 year 11 month unaltered Cane Corso. The owner recieved Reagan from his previous owner 6 months ago and is forced to surrender due to a move and landlord issues. He has not been to the vet recently but has no known injuries or health problems. The owner states that her favorite thing about Reagan is how protective of the child he is. Social Life and Personality: Reagan has lived with two children the oungest being 9 years old. Reagan is relaxed and gentle during play with the children in his home. Reagan has not lived with any other dogs. The owner states that he Reagan has a hard bark at dogs in the street. It is unknown how Reagan is with cats. He is ouse trained and does not have accidents in the home. He is kept mostly indoors and has a medium activity level. The owner describes Reagan as playful, pushy, confident, excitable, afectioante, and independent. Behavior: The owner states that Reagan came be hard to control when he is barking at strangers or dogs. He is not bothered when the family touhes his food bowl when he is eating. They have never removed a bine from him. He is friendly when the family takes a toy from him but he will tug and growl in a playful manner. He does not jump on the funiture. He is not bothered hen bathed with warm water but struggles with cold water. He enjoys being brushed and held. When a strager approaches his home he will have a hard bark. When they enter the ho9me he will continue barking but wil not bite. He is not bothered if a stranger approaches a family memeber in a friednly manner. For a New Family to Know: Reagan knowns the commands sit, lay, top, stay, upstairs, and inside. He is usually let outside to play in the yard twice a day but in the summer the owner leaves the door open so he has free access to the outside. He has always been kept in a fenced in yard. He is used to leashed walks as well. He is never left alone in the yard. His favorite toys are rope toys. His favorite games are chase, wrestling, and tug. When he is left alone he will chew on shoes. He is not bothered by loud noises. He is used to a mixture of wet and dry food twice a day. He also likes ice cubes in his water. His favorite treats are bacon strips. He likes to sleep in the door way of his owner’s bedroom.
No Web Memo
06/27/2015 BEHAVIOR EVALUATION – NH ONLY
Exam Type BEHAVIOR
Reagan previously lived with adults and two children and was reported to be relaxed and gentle during play with the children in his home. He has not lived with any other dogs, but the owner states that he will hard bark at other dogs he sees in the street, and can be hard to control when he is barking at other dogs and strangers. He was said to be house trained and it was mention that when left alone he will chew on shoes. Reagan was reported to have a medium activity level, and the owner described him as playful, pushy, confident, excitable, affectionate, and independent. He is not bothered when the family touches his food bowl when he is eating, and he is friendly when the family takes a toy from him but he will tug and growl in a playful manner. At intake it was noted that Reagan would hard bark anyone that would pass by and he did not allow the counselor to approach for scanning or collaring. Reagan also would not allow any handling during his medical exam, and snapped at a technician. During SAFER Reagan was not sociable and became stiff giving a hard stare when approached by the assessor. He did appear to be responsive to guidance, but would not allow the assessor to safely attempt any handling. During the resources portion of the assessment Reagan had a stiff body posture and could not be pushed out of the food bowl, but he did not escalate to growling or snapping. He also became stiff and bit the assess-a-hand when the toy item was removed, and he only showed minimal interest in the rawhides. Due to the behavioral concerns seen while in the care center, the department recommends placement with a New Hope partner who can provide behavior modification work and can extensively counsel potential adopters before placement into a permanent home. Food: 3. Dog follows the dish, his tail is down, ears are forward. His body is stiff. Dog does not lift his head from the bowl when hand is applied to his cheek. Toy 1: 5. Dog bites the assess-a-hand Rawhide: 1. Minimal interest in rawhide, dog sniffs, then turns away. Dog-dog: When off leash with other dogs, Reagan does not show interest in play and is tolerant with other dogs. He is sexually motivated and responds appropriately to correction.
06/25/2015 GROUP BEHAVIOR EVALUATION
Exam Type GROUP BEHAVIOR
When off leash with other dogs Reagan greets and is interested but does not engage in play. He is sexually motivated. 6/26 Update Reagan does not show interest in play and is tolerant with other dogs. He is sexually motivated and responds appropriately to correction.
06/24/2015 INITIAL PHYSICAL EXAM
Medical rating was 1 – NORMAL , behavior rating was NONE
Scan negative M,~ 1yr 11mths Very aggressive, growling when approached, attempt to bite NOSF Pet armor applied for flea prevention BARH
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