REINA – A1044535
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REINA – A1044535
FEMALE, WHITE, POODLE STND, 12 yrs
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 07/18/2015, From NY 11208, DueOut Date 07/21/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary Scan negative F; 12 YO; 13.4 LB Allowed most handling but became defensive when touching feet/face Geriatric Advanced dental dz obs Alopecia along entire tail; hair thinning on back Cloudy eyes BARH
A staff member writes: Reina is a female all white 10 yrs. old poodle who was brought to ACC as a stray today. Reina was found wandering the street and was initially nervous before settling in and feeling comfortable enough to be handled and collared. Throughout the Intake process Reina was calm and quiet allowing herself to be pet and also allowing the staff to change Reina’s collar. Reina allowed herself to be photographed and collared with minimal effort. Reina was calm and friendly throughout allowing various people to pet her and also exploring her new surroundings by sniffing and walking around. Reina is a well adjusted dog who is people friendly.
MEDICAL: 07/20/15 13:44
S/O: Dog resting in cage; dark debris AU; does not like mouth/face touched; grade 4/4 dental dz
A: Otitis externa, AU
P: Clean ears; recommend dental
PROGNOSIS: GOOD SHORT TERM
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