TUTU – A1059557
Safe 12-12-2015 Manhattan
TUTU – A1059557
**SAFER: AVERAGE HOME**
SPAYED FEMALE, CREAM, AM PIT BULL TER / BOXER, 2 yrs
OWNER SUR – ONHOLDHERE, HOLD FOR ID Reason NO TIME
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 12/04/2015, From NY 10458, DueOut Date ,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary Spayed female Scan positive for a microchip #985112003441756 Abt 2 years old May have a skin condition. Missing hair on all 4 legs. Has a growth in the webbing of the left front paw Woodlamp result= Negative Eyes are clear Nose= No discharge. May have developed Keratinze based on the nose Ears are clean Teeth are intact and stainned Coat is clean As of now no signs of CIRDC As of now no V/S/C/D Is on a vet check NOSF
A volunteer writes: You cannot meet Tutu and not fall in love. Simple. She is so beautiful and so snuggly, so happy for attention but never “in your face” – she’s so lovely I wish I had time to spend the entire day with her. But – how lucky are you, potential adopter, that you can! Her leash manners are lovely, she’s slender (a bit too thin actually), went potty as soon as we were out the door, is calm, cuddly and loves belly rubs. She sits for a treat which she takes gently – everything she does is gentle! Tutu wags her tail at other dogs through the gate although as of this writing she has not been in a playgroup yet. Surrendered to our care for “no time”, she was a gift to her person who kept her crated all day, never walked her and tells us that she didn’t let Tutu interact with anyone. Tutu is an amazing dog, friendly, gentle, gorgeous and ready to live her life as the family companion she was meant to be. Acing her behavior assessment attests to her good manners, and she’s waiting to be discovered by you. Stop by to meet our gorgeous blonde today!
Tutu A1059557 is a spayed 2yr old cream female who was given to the owner two months ago and is being surrendered due to the owner not having time for her any longer. Tutu’s last vet visit was in 2013 and according to the owner Tutu hasn’t been eating her dog food for the past few days and she hasn’t been to a vet concerning this issue.
Around strangers Tutu is friendly/outgoing. She lived with a 5yr old child but wasn’t allowed around them much due to her size & her knocking him down during play. The owner was afraid of her & stated she was too strong so they didn’t play or interact much either. Tutu hasn’t been around other animals nor has she ever bitten/scratched anyone.
Tutu isn’t house broken & “goes” around the home because she isn’t walked outdoors due to her strength & the owner being afraid of large breed dogs. Tutu’s behaviors for the following are unknown: having her food/food bowl, toys/treats touched/moved, being moved off of furniture, being held/restrained, being disturbed while sleeping/resting, being given a bath, being brushed or having her nails trimmed. When someone knocks on the apartment door Tutu will bark.
Tutu has a high activity level. She seeks attention and wants to play. She didn’t have toys. She’s an indoor only dog who’s kept in a crate in a bedroom most of the day. Tutu is given dry Pedigree dog food with a muscle builder powder 1-2x a day. Tutu’s known command is “sit”.
Tutu had a super loose & wiggly body and jumped up onto staff for cuddles. She laid her head on my chest & rolled over for belly rubs. She also “melted” from my lap onto the floor and leaned half against me while I continued to rub her chest & belly. Tutu allowed all handling. She allowed to be scanned (+), collared & taken pictures of and sat nicely when asked. She seemed to love being with us as I finished her intake and walked nicely along our side as we walked her to the kennel that she walked right into on her own.
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