amond d 61723 7 Yrs 43 lbs Manhattan ACC INTAKE DATE 05-02-2019 I'm shy I'm pretty I'm unique I'm affectionate My favorite activity is playing fetch with children and running around the park When in the house I follow people around and enjoy being in the same room with them My favorite toys are balls stuffed animals and chew bones My favorite games are fetch chase and tug I'm housebroken I love long walks I previously lived with 2 adults 2 children and 1 dog But they betrayed me and now I'm alone and lonely and dreaming of a new family to love me forever A volunteer writes Diamond Goodall is just as precious and well-behaved as her name suggests a gentle family dog whose affectionate heart opens up more and more each day Keen to explore the park and meet new four-legged friends she walks like a champ on leash seems very house trained and is always ready to show off her impeccable sitting skills for a tasty treat I was lucky enough to share some snuggles with Diamond during our photo shoot and she gave me thank you kisses in return--too cute! We've yet to see this shy beauty's silly side at the Care Center but we're told her hobbies include playing fetch with the kids and running around the park that her favorite toys are balls and stuffed animals and her favorite games are fetch chase and tug A priceless treasure just waiting to be polished to her brightest self by the unconditional love of a forever family Diamond Goodall can't wait to go home sweet home Look for this hidden gem at our Manhattan Care Center today DIAMOND GODELL ID# 61723 7 Yrs 43 lbs Spayed Female Manhattan ACC Medium Mixed Breed Tan White Owner Surrender Reason Shelter Assessment Rating LEVEL 3 No children under 13 Medical Behavior Rating OWNER SURRENDER NOTES - BASIC INFORMATION Diamond Goodall is a large mixed breed altered female She came in as an owner surrender She previously lived with 2 adults 2 children and 1 dog Diamond Goodall is said to be shy for a few minutes with strangers It is said that with some she will bark and others she will warm up quickly When playing with adults it is said that she plays gently Diamond Goodall has previously lived with children of all ages ranging from new born to teenagers It is said that she is usually tolerant and respect towards children but has recently been barking at a baby in the house hold Diamond Goodall previously live with a small mixed breed dog who is 1 years old It is said that she was respectful and playful with the dog and that she plays gently with him When on leash and on walks it is said that she will growl bark and lunge at dogs in a seeming non-friendly way Her behavior around cats is unknown She has no known resource guarding and no bite history Diamond Goodall is housetrained and her previous owner describes her energy level as high Other Notes It is said that Diamond Goodall is non-reactive with storms and fireworks It is also said that she is non-reactive when her food toys and treats are being taken away when being taken off of furniture when being restrained when being disturbed while sleeping being given a bath and when unfamiliar people approach family members It is said that she is afraid when having her coat brushed and will bark when unfamiliar people approach the house It is unknown how she will react to having her nails trimmed She has no known medical concerns For a New Family to Know Diamond Goodall is described as shy affectionate and anxious It is said that her favorite activity is playing fetch with children and running around the park When in the house it is said that she will follow people around and enjoys being in the same room as the family Her favorite toys are said to be balls stuffed animals and chew bones Her favorite games are said to be fetch chase and tug She was kept indoors and is use to sleeping in a crate It is said that she is comfortable in a crate for up to 8 hours She as fed dry food that was always available It is said that she is house trained and will rarely have accidents in the house When left alone in the house it is said that she is well behaved She knows the commands sit stay and come For exercise she is use to slow walks on leash or runs in the park It is said that she doesn't pull when on leash and will wander but come when call off leash SHELTER ASSESSMENT SUMMARIES - Date of assessment 5-May-2019 Leash Walking Strength and pulling Light Reactivity to humans None Reactivity to dogs None Leash walking comments Sociability Loose in room 15-20 seconds Fearful tail tucked trembles Call over Approaches with coaxing Sociability comments Handling Soft handling Accepts contact leans in trembles Exuberant handling Accepts contact leans in trembles Handling comments Arousal Jog Follows low bodied fearful Arousal comments Knock Knock Comments No response Toy Toy comments Minimal interest INTAKE BEHAVIOR - Date of intake 2-May-2019 Summary Fearful tail tucked MEDICAL BEHAVIOR - Date of initial 3-May-2019 Summary Tense shaking tail tucked ENERGY LEVEL Diamond Goodall is reported to have a high energy level in her previous home environment We recommend daily mental and physical stimulation as a way to direct her energy and enthusiasm BEHAVIOR DETERMINATION Level 3 Behavior Asilomar TM - Treatable-Manageable Recommendations No children under 13 Recommendations comments No children under 13 Due to Diamond Goodall's overall level of fear and timidity we feel as though she would be best set up to succeed in an adult only home environment Potential challenges Fearful Anxiety On-leash reactivitybarrier frustration Potential challenges comments Diamond Goodall is reported to lunge and bark at dogs while on leash in her previous home environment this behavior has not been observed in the care center however please refer to handout on Leash Reactivity Diamond Goodall remains highly fearful in the care center and is reported to be shy in her previous home environment observed to bark at strangers at times please see handout on Fearful and Defensive aggression Diamond Goodall is reported to be anxious in her previous home environment in the care center she appears to pace and whine during interactions at times Please see handout on Generalized Anxiety MEDICAL EXAM NOTES 3-May-2019 DVM Intake Exam Estimated age ~7yrs based on O hx Microchip noted on Intake? scanned negative placed by LVT History Owner surrender due to patient being reportedly dog reactive and barking at home Subjective Observed Behavior - BAR tense and shaking during exam Ears pinned back Tail tucked tightly between legs and with the tip wagging rapidly when soft talk or petting occurs Muzzled for exam Evidence of Cruelty seen - none Evidence of Trauma seen - none Objective BCS 59 EENT Eyes clear ears clean no nasal or ocular discharge noted Oral Exam did not examine due to muzzle being in place PLN No enlargements noted HL No murmur ausculted CRT < 2 Lungs clear eupnic ABD Tense Non painful difficult to palpate due to tense muscles UG spayed female scar seen MSI Ambulatory x 4 skin free of parasites no masses noted healthy hair coat some staining and pressure sores on feet CNS Mentation appropriate - no signs of neurologic abnormalities Rectal externally normal Assessment apparently healthy Prognosis excellent Plan recommend behavioral assessment SURGERY spayed *** TO FOSTER OR ADOPT *** If you would like to adopt a NYC ACC dog and can get to the shelter in person to complete the adoption process you can contact the shelter directly We have provided the Brooklyn Staten Island and Manhattan information below Adoption hours at these facilities is Noon – 800 pm 630 on weekends If you CANNOT get to the shelter in person and you want to FOSTER OR ADOPT a NYC ACC Dog you can PRIVATE MESSAGE our Must Love Dogs page for assistance PLEASE NOTE You MUST live in NY NJ PA CT RI DE MD MA NH VT ME or Northern VA You will need to fill out applications with a New Hope Rescue Partner to foster or adopt a NYC ACC dog Transport is available if you live within the prescribed range of states Shelter contact information Phone number 212 788-4000 Email adopt@nycaccorg Shelter Addresses Brooklyn Shelter 2336 Linden Boulevard Brooklyn NY 11208 Manhattan Shelter 326 East 110 St New York NY 10029 Staten Island Shelter 3139 Veterans Road West Staten Island NY 10309 *** NEW NYC ACC RATING SYSTEM *** Level 1 Dogs with Level 1 determinations are suitable for the majority of homes These dogs are not displaying concerning behaviors in shelter and the owner surrender profile where available is positive Some dogs with Level 1 determinations may still have potential challenges but these are challenges that the behavior team believe can be handled by the majority of adopters The potential challenges could include no young children prefers to be the only dog no dog parks no cats kennel presence basic manners low level fear and mild anxiety Level 2 Dogs with Level 2 determinations will be suitable for adopters with some previous dog experience They will have displayed behavior in the shelter or have owner reported behavior that requires some training or is simply not suitable for an adopter with minimal experience Dogs with a Level 2 determination may have multiple potential challenges and these may be presenting at differing levels of intensity so careful consideration of the behavior notes will be required for counselling Potential challenges at Level 2 include no young children single pet home resource guarding on-leash reactivity mouthiness fear with potential for escalation impulse controlarousal anxiety and separation anxiety Level 3 Dogs with Level 3 determinations will need to go to homes with experienced adopters and the ACC strongly suggest that the adopter have prior experience with the challenges described andor an understanding of the challenge and how to manage it safely in a home environment In many cases a trainer will be needed to manage and work on the behaviors safely in a home environment It is likely that every dog with a Level 3 determination will have a behavior modification or training plan available to them from the behavior department that will go home with the adopters and be made available to the New Hope Partners for their fosters and adopters Some of the challenges seen at Level 3 are also seen at Level 1 and Level 2 but when seen alongside a Level 3 determination can be assumed to be more severe The potential challenges for Level 3 determinations include adult only home no children under the age of 13 single pet home resource guarding on-leash reactivity with potential for redirection mouthiness with pressure potential escalation to threatening behavior impulse control arousal anxiety separation anxiety bite history human bite history dog and bite history other Meme

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