SHAKIRA – A1034932
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Manhattan CenterMy name is SHAKIRA. My Animal ID # is A1034932.
I am a female tan and white chihuahua sh. The shelter thinks I am about 12 YEARS old.I came in the shelter as a OWNER SUR on 05/01/2015 from NY 10474, owner surrender reason stated was CHILDCONFL.MOST RECENT MEDICAL INFORMATION AND WEIGHT
05/07/2015 Exam Type RE-EXAM – Medical Rating is 3 NC – MAJOR CONDITIONS NOT CONTAGIOUS, Behavior Rating is NONE, Weight 7.6 LBS.5/7 BARH blood stool today, semi-formed parvo tested neg A: bloody stool in SDH P: Metronidazole 0.55cc PO BID 10 d 5/6 BAR moderate dental disease healthy geriatric heart and lungs wnl some small wet stains on begging possible night itme leaking of urine– this would be treatable with PPA good short trm prognosis Negative MC Intact female QARH Negative fleas/earmites (activyl) Alopecia ventrally Could not find ingrown nail as stated in memo No odor as stated in memo Cloudy eyes Mild to moderate staining with tartar NOSF05/01/2015 PET PROFILE MEMO
05/01/15 14:16 Basic Information Shakira is a 12-year old Chihuahua, owner states that she received Shakira as a gift from a friend and has had her since she was a puppy. Shakira has a recent ingrown toe, but no other listed health issues. Her last vet visit was a year and a half ago at Armory dog & cat hospital in the Bronx. When asked her favorite things about Shakira owner stated she’s sweet, and affectionate. Personality & Behavior Shakira is described as medium-active, owner says she lies around, but when in the mood she’ll play alone. Shakira has been around both cats and dogs, owner has two other Chihuahuas and says Shakira doesn’t seek them out for play but will occasionally show affection. Owner says she used to be gentle with children, but as of late Shakira has shown aggression to her children by snapping at them. Owner says Shakira is house-trained but in the last three months she has had daily accidents at home. Owner says Shakira is very affectionate. Owner says Shakira loves being petted, and will often follow her and her eldest son around the house seeking affection. Owner says Shakira snaps at her children, and the most recent incident required her son to receive medical attention. Owner says Shakira doesn’t like to be interrupted while eating, and will snap if disturbed. Owner says Shakira is unbothered if removed from furniture, and she’ll usually climb back up. Owner says Shakira doesn’t like to be bathed and will wine and cower until it’s done. In the past she didn’t like her nails trimmed, but owner hasn’t attempted since Shakira’s toe has been bothering her. Owner says she doesn’t like being held, she’ll snap at unfamiliar visitors, and will snap if sleep is disturbed. For New Family to Know Shakira doesn’t know any commands, for exercise she is walked three times a day, off of leash. Shakira likes to play with stuffed and squeaky toys, and enjoys fetch. She’s not crate trained, and usually cries if owner is preparing to leave but afterwards is fine. Owner says she is unbothered by loud invasive noises. When walked off leash Shakira usually stays close to owner, and uses the bathroom on grass. She has eaten both wet & dry food, and usually sleeps with owner. Behavior during intake During Intake Shakira seemed fearful, she constantly cried and cowered. She was afraid when placed on counter for photo. She attempted to run while collared, however showed no aggression.WEB MEMO
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05/02/2015 INITIAL PHYSICAL EXAM
05/07/2015 RE-EXAM (LAST MAJOR EXAM)
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