ZORRO – A1035356
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ZORRO – A1035356
MALE, APRICOT / TAN, POMERANIAN MIX, 8 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, HOLD FOR ID Reason MOVE2NYCHA
Intake condition GERIATRIC Intake Date 05/05/2015, From NY 10024, DueOut Date 05/05/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary BARH scan negative geriatric heavy tartar small reduceble umbilical hernea male intact NOSF
A volunteer writes:
Zorro is an adorable ball of fire, a cute little fox, a fluffy bright orange pumpkin, so welcoming in his kennel. He is one friendly character who is ready when you are. I open his den’s door and he jumps right into my arms. He owns such pretty and lively eyes that look straight into mine. Off to the street we go..Zorro trots valiantly, eliminating without marking his territory. His tail tickles the air with all its hair. He is such a bright spot in the sun. Meeting other dogs is no problem for Zorro. He has a very congenial nature although he can also be quiet in playgroups with other dogs. He comes when i call him and takes treats very gently from my hand. He loves to be petted and to come on the lap for caresses. Why is such a lovely dog at the care center? He should be home with his family…Indeed, Zorro was a pampered pet but unfortunately, his master became homeless. He comes with wonderful recommendations: playful,loving, house trained, good with kids, strangers and other dogs, no handling issues….and he slept in his owner bed….What a lovely chap…Zorro is a must to meet. I bet you will fall in love with him and take him home at once as your forever best friend. Zorro is at the Manhattan Care Center.
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