FLUFFY – A1068091
Safe - 3-24-2016 Brooklyn
FLUFFY – A1068091
SPAYED FEMALE, TORBIE, DOMESTIC SH / PERSIAN,12 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason ALLERGIES
Intake condition GERIATRIC Intake Date 03/20/2016, From NY 11236, DueOut Date 03/20/2016, I came in with Group/Litter #K16-051032.
Medical Behavior Evaluation YELLOW
Medical Summary Scanned negative BARH – defensive posture with hissing and lip lick, attempted to swat on removal from carrier, allowed most handling once removed but continued to growl. Ears, nose, throat clear Eyes cloudy Teeth – missing upper and lower right canines, all incisors, several premolars. Tarter and gingivitis on remaining teeth. Body matted throughout – unable to shave due to temperament. TC requested for sedation with Vet Geriatric exam. Will need to reassess body condition. Coat dirty No flea dirt or parasites noted. NOSF
Sandy (A1068089) is a spayed, 5yr old purebred Shih Tzu. Chrissy (A1068090) is a spayed, 5yr old Pomeranian/Chihuahua mix. Fluffy (A1068091) is a spayed 12yr old Domestic Shorthair/Persian mix. They all lived in one home together for four years. The person who owned them last only had them for a month so she doesn’t know much about their personality and habits. She stated that they all are friendly and allow to be touched by strangers. The dogs are potty trained as well as newspaper trained. As long as newspaper is left out on the floor, they would never have any accidents. Fluffy the cat is litterbox trained. She is used to using a a hodded litterbox, filled with clumping litter. Sandy and Chrissy eat both wet and dry food of any brand. Fluffy ate wet food only. Sandy and Chrissy like to play with balls and stuffed/squeaky toys. Fluffy doesn’t play as much but has been described as affectionate.
During intake Sandy (A1068089) was very affectionate and eager to meet anyone that came in close range of her. She was wagging her tail, loose body stance, and licking the hands of people who pet her. She allowed to be picked up, rubbed, and collared by an admissions counselor. Sandy scanned negative for a microchip.
During intake Chrissy (A1068090) was very nervous. She kept her head low, pupils dialated, and she hid behind the woman who brought her in. However she allowed to be picked up, rubbed, and collared by an admissions counselor. Chrissy scanned negative for a microchip.
During intake Fluffy walked around confidently with relaxed eyes and tail to the air. She allowed to be picked up, rubbed, and collared by an admissions counselor. Fluffy scanned negative for a microchip.
Comes forward immediately. Rubs against kennel door. Allows petting all over. Didn’t mind when touched on mats.
S/O: BAR, attention seeking. Clean EEN, nuclear sclerosis OU, dental disease grade 3/4. Cardiothoracic auscultation WNL, purring quietly. Brief abdominal palpation WNL. Normal amt of urine in box. Multiple large hair matts on back and sides.
A: Geriatric, dental disease, hair matting
P: Recommend NH plea and CBC/Chem/UA prior to dental cleaning. On tech check to shave matts.
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