brave sweet Blazer ID 59280 @8 YRS 58 LBS OF CUDDLES WAITING FOR CARE LOVE & COMFORT AT BROOKLYN ACC TO BE KILLED - 5162019 * Super Sweet Senior Blazer Needs Surgery Consult for Oral Mass * <3 A jaunty bowtie a sweet and hopeful spirit a senior gentleman in need of medical care waits for a family to love him… There is something sad and sweet about Blazer’s jaunty green bowtie as if it were meant for another dog another face another place And yet it exemplifies the sweet hopeful spirit of this senior boy whose life has taken him down a path he never expected when he was a young sparkling puppy The world was his oyster then Blazer didn’t expect that after so many autumns and numerous springs he would end up at a kill shelter and possibly facing an early death To make matters worse he has what appears to be a growth in his mouth that critically needs attention His third eyelid is up in both of his eyes too No one knows better than Blazer how tough it can be to grow old But Blazer has a gentle affectionate shyly sweet personality and he has not given up hope that someone will see him waiting patiently in his kennel and realize what a gem he is Please pick Blazer We’d love to see this sweet senior resting comfortably in a soft bed in a loving home surrounded by a family committed to his care and happiness If you can make Blazer’s dream of a family come true hurry and Message our page or email us at MustLoveDogsNYC@gmailcom for assistance saving his life A volunteer writes With his soft velvet ears and a full frosted snout Blazer clearly deserves to be petted and adored He's a family dog and it shows He grew up with a ten year-old child and his former humans describe him as friendly and gentle with kids and adults strange or familiar What's more he's fully house-trained and will gladly take a bath or let you brush his beautiful silver coat He loves to just be in the same room as his favorite humans and will behave perfectly when left at home He comes when you call him and knows lots of important dog skills like sit down and stay he'll eat treats out of your hand and take you on nice walks Blazer is looking for a forever family with humans over the age of five who would love a loyal gentleman friend A volunteer writes Blazer may be a middle-aged boy but he's got the energy and spirit of a happy-go-lucky puppy! He's super-friendly and affectionate and just LOVES attention Call him over and in the blink of an eye he's wiggling into your arms with his tail going like a mini helicopter He sometimes gets so excited that he jumps up to give kisses And when he looks up at me with that slight tilt of his headoh boy I just want to pinch his little cheeks! Blazer is a high-energy boy and would be great for an active lifestyle He LOVES treats but just needs to learn to take them in a more gentlemanly manner but he should be easy to teachhe already knows the commands sit come down and stay is housebroken and is very treat and attention-motivated Blazer grew up with a child and was respectful affectionate and gentle with the youngster This happy little ball of energy is excitedly awaiting his fur-ever home at the Brooklyn ACC shelter so come on down and meet him! MY MOVIES Beautiful Boy Blazer httpsyoutubeYvw7zibONQ4 Blazer httpsyoutube18AI9Aspp8Q Frosted Face Wiggler httpsyoutubevLukcgVYoDQ BLAZER ID# 59280 8 Yrs old 58 lbs Unaltered Male Brooklyn ACC Large Mixed Breed Gray White Owner Surrender Reason surrendered to BACC due to owner being homeless Shelter Assessment Rating LEVEL 1 No young children under 5 Medical Behavior Rating Blue OWNER SURRENDER NOTES - BASIC INFORMATION Blazer is an approx 11 year old grey and white large male dog that was surrendered to BACC due to owner being homeless He previously lived with 2 adults and 1 child Blazer is friendly and outgoing around strangers He has grown up along with a 10 year old child and was described as respectful friendly and affectionate Blazer would play gentle with the child Blazer has not been around other dogs it is unknown how he would behave He has also not been around cats it is unknown how he would behave Blazer has no reported resource guarding and no bite history He is housetrained and his owner described his energy level as very high Other Notes Blazer is not bothered when being given a bath when his coat is brushed but will struggle when having his nails trimmed Blazer is not bothered when someone unfamiliar approaches the family or home For a New Family to Know Blazer is described as friendly affectionate playful and excitable Blazer will follow someone around or be in the same room when someone is home Blazer does not play with any toys or play games Blazer has been kept mostly indoors and will sleep in his crate Blazer will eat mostly wet food and be fed 2 times a day Blazer is house trained and will use the potty on any surface outdoors Blazer is well behaved when left alone in the home Blazer is crate trained and does well for 6 hours Blazer understands how to sit come down and stay Blazer will go on brisk walks on the leash and pulls very hard SHELTER ASSESSMENT SUMMARIES Leash Walking Strength and pulling Mild pulling Reactivity to humans None Reactivity to dogs None Leash walking comments Sociability Loose in room 15-20 seconds Explores but checks in with handlers fixates on smells in the room tail wagging coughing solicits attention accepts contact jumps up onto handler's lap licks handler Call over Approaches readily jumps up onto handler Sociability comments Handling Soft handling Avoids handler when pressure applied to leash wiggly body panting coughing accepts some contact Exuberant handling Did not conduct moves away from handler Handling comments Arousal Jog Engages in play with handler soft and loose jumps up onto handler on third pass but recovers within a few seconds on his own Arousal comments Knock Knock Comments No response to knock Approaches assistant soft and loose Toy Toy comments Minimal interest PLAYGROUP NOTES - DOG TO DOG SUMMARIES According to Blazer's previous owner Blazer did not socialize with other dogs while in their care 46 When off leash at the Care Centers Balzer greets the novel female dog on his tiptoes He is sexually motivated and but does not mount When the greeter corrects him he explores the yard 49 Blazer was introduced to a novel female today He continues to be sexually motivated and fixates on the female's genitals He ignored handler interruptions and was difficult to interrupt Summary 1 Blazer understands the command for sit INTAKE BEHAVIOR - Date of intake 5-Apr-2019 Summary Readily approaches loose and wiggly body licks staff allows all handling readily accepts treats MEDICAL BEHAVIOR - Date of initial 6-Apr-2019 Summary Allows all handling quick head whip with contact on abdomen ENERGY LEVEL Blazer has been observed to exhibit a high level of energy during his interactions in the care center We cannot be certain of his behavior in a home environment but we recommend that he be provided daily mental and physical stimulation as an outlet for his energy BEHAVIOR DETERMINATION Level 1 Behavior Asilomar TM - Treatable-Manageable Recommendations No young children under 5 Recommendations comments No young children under 5 Although Blazer displays social behavior readily seeks contact and solicits attention he has also exhibited anxiety and handling sensitivity During his assessment Blazer was observed to move away when being handled as well as became highly fixated on smells in the room disallowing the handling portion to be completed As a result we recommend that Blazer be placed in a stable home environment with no young children to ensure his success We advise safe and appropriate management when handling Blazer as well as utilizing guidance from a qualified professional trainerbehaviorist Potential challenges Handlingtouch sensitivity Anxiety Potential challenges comments Handlingtouch sensitivity Although Blazer displays social behavior he was observed to exhibit some handling sensitivity during his interactions in the care center When pressure was applied to his collar Blazer would move away from the handler and avoid contact Please refer to the handout on Handlingtouch sensitivity Anxiety Although Blazer displays social behavior solicits attention and seeks contact she has also been observed to display anxiety by panting coughing and whining during her interactions in the care center Should this behavior arise in a home environment please refer to the handout on Anxietyanxious behavior Fixates on smells coughing panting MEDICAL EXAM NOTES 26-Apr-2019 Progress Exam History 4619 Owner surrender noted oral mass conjunctivitis Started benadryl 410 Performed CBCChemistry thoracic radiographs sedated oral exam Sedated oral exam There is a ~3-4 cm pink irregular mass on the maxilla that is invasive to the incisors and canines Teeth are either missing or in mass There is another small 05cm irregular mass on the buccal aspect of the gums on the left maxilla at the premolars There is moderate dental tartar 3 view thoracic radiographs WNL CBCChemistry WNL 414 CIRDC started enrofloxacin Today 426 Recheck CIRDC Subjective BAR no coughingsneezingvomitingdiarrhea Good appetite Objective Cageside exam performed Eyes Clear bilaterally no discharge Nasal Cavity No nasal discharge noted on exam Lungs Eupneic Musculoskeletal Ambulatory x 4 with no appreciable lameness Integument Unremarkable haircoat Neuro Appropriate mentation Assessment -Oral mass ro epulid vs SCC vs other neoplasia -CIRDC resolved Prognosis Fair Plan -Continue enrofloxacin 10 mgkg PO q24h until 427 -Move out of isolation -Recommend oral surgeryoncology consult with placement +- excision of mass dental cleaning 24-Apr-2019 Progress Exam Hx 4619 Owner surrender noted oral mass conjunctivitis Started benadryl 410 Performed CBCChemistry thoracic radiographs sedated oral exam Sedated oral exam There is a ~3-4 cm pink irregular mass on the maxilla that is invasive to the incisors and canines Teeth are either missing or in mass There is another small 05cm irregular mass on the buccal aspect of the gums on the left maxilla at the premolars There is moderate dental tartar 3 view thoracic radiographs WNL CBCChemistry WNL 414 CIRDC started on enro 10mgkg po sid until 422 S BAR mild coughing no svd Eyes Unremarkable OU Ears Unremarkable AU Nasal Cavity Mild serous nasal discharge LungsEupneic Musculoskeletal Ambulatory x 4 with no appreciable lameness Neuro Appropriate mentation Rectal Not performed Externally normal A CIRDC - improving oral mass P recheck day 14 continue enro 10mgkg PO SID until 427 recommend oral surgery consult for mass 20-Apr-2019 Progress Exam Hx 4619 Owner surrender noted oral mass conjunctivitis Started benadryl 410 Performed CBCChemistry thoracic radiographs sedated oral exam Sedated oral exam There is a ~3-4 cm pink irregular mass on the maxilla that is invasive to the incisors and canines Teeth are either missing or in mass There is another small 05cm irregular mass on the buccal aspect of the gums on the left maxilla at the premolars There is moderate dental tartar 3 view thoracic radiographs WNL CBCChemistry WNL 414 CIRDC started on enro 10mgkg po sid until 422 SO BAR good appetite unremarkable elimination multiple sneezes heard EENT eyes clear OU Mild serous nasal discharge Lungs Eupneic MSI Ambulatory x 4 with no appreciable lameness Neuro Appropriate mentation A CIRDC - improving oral mass P Will continue to monitor and reassess daily CWCT while in ISO continue enro 10mgkg PO SID until 427 recommend oral surgery consult for mass 14-Apr-2019 Progress Exam History 4619 Owner surrender noted oral mass conjunctivitis Started benadryl 410 Performed CBCChemistry thoracic radiographs sedated oral exam Sedated oral exam There is a ~3-4 cm pink irregular mass on the maxilla that is invasive to the incisors and canines Teeth are either missing or in mass There is another small 05cm irregular mass on the buccal aspect of the gums on the left maxilla at the premolars There is moderate dental tartar 3 view thoracic radiographs WNL CBCChemistry WNL Today 414 ACS noted sneezing Subjective BAR no coughingvomitingdiarrhea Sneezing during exam mild serous nasal discharge bilaterally Objective Cageside exam performed Eyes Clear bilaterally no discharge Nasal Cavity Mild serous nasal discharge sneezing Lungs Eupneic Musculoskeletal Ambulatory x 4 with no appreciable lameness BCS = 59 Integument nremarkable haircoat Neuro Appropriate mentation Assessment -Oral mass ro epulid vs SCC vs other neoplasia -CIRDC Prognosis Fair Plan -Start enrofloxacin 10 mgkg PO q24h x 14d -Move to isolation -Recommend oral surgeryoncology consult with placement +- excision of mass dental cleaning 10-Apr-2019 Other Lab Interpretation PCV =40% TS - 78 10-Apr-2019 Blood Work Interpretation Radiograph Review CXR 3 view-nsf no signs of metastasis CBC-nsf Chem-nsf T4-wnl 15 Sedated with dexdomitor 10mcgkg + butorphanol 02mgkg IM reversed with antisedan full dose Once sedated a full oral exam was completed There is a ~3-4 cm pink irregular mass on the maxilla that is invasive to the incisors and canines Teeth are either missing or in mass There is another small 05cm irregular mass on the buccal aspect of the gums on the left maxilla at the premolars There is moderate dental tartar Recommend histopath of mass with excision if possible may need hemilaminectomy depending on mass Rec AUS 9-Apr-2019 Progress Exam History owner surrender 46-epulid noted conjunctivitis Started on benadryl Subjective Swelling on right side of anus noted on rounds board BARH No csvd except when pulling hard against the leash Objective P = wnl R = wnl BCS 59 EENT Eyes have nuclear sclerosis ou with injected sclera no ocular dc no nasal discharge noted Oral Exam adult dentition with large irregular mass across maxillary incisors and canines PLN No enlargements noted HL NSR NMA CRT < 2 Lungs clear eupneic ABD Non painful no masses palpated UG MI 2 testicles descended MSI Ambulatory x 4 skin free of parasites no masses noted healthy hair coat CNS Mentation appropriate - no signs of neurologic abnormalities Rectal normal no abnormalities noted on external or digital exam Assessment Large oral mass ro epulid vs malignancy Prognosis fair Plan Recommend oral surgery consult +- excision of mass Ok to dc benadryl Scheduled for BW and CXR 6-Apr-2019 DVM Intake Exam Estimated age 8y Microchip noted on Intake? no Microchip Number If Applicable History owner surrender Subjective QARH normal appetite no elimination concerns Observed Behavior - allowed all handling sat and quickly turned back when palpating abd Evidence of Cruelty seen - no Evidence of Trauma seen - no Objective P = wnl R = wnl BCS 59 EENT Eyes clear OU conjunctivitis ears clean no nasal or ocular discharge noted Oral Exam adult dentition moderate dental tartar Max incisors has acanthomatous epulis PLN No enlargements noted HL NSR NMA CRT < 2 Lungs clear eupnic ABD Non painful no masses palpated UG male intact 2 testicles palpated no leakage or discharge MSI Ambulatory x 4 skin free of parasites no masses noted healthy hair coat CNS Mentation appropriate - no signs of neurologic abnormalities Rectal visually normal Assessment acanthomatous epulis Conjunctivitis - suspect allergic Prognosis fair Plan recommend oral surgery consult +- excision benadryl 25mg PO BID until 410 - recheck SURGERY perm waiver age *** 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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