Gentleman Simba LOVE Id 62892 2 4rs 49 lbs A Gem of a Doq af Manhatan ACC REC PURPIEL 400 PESCUE Simba has quite a number of girlfriends he's a chunky papa - more to love He thinks himself a lap dog and sits with a large and contagious smile beside his caretaker as he squeezes to fit A Volunteer TO BE KILLED 72519 *** The most perfect dog in the world is STILL waiting! How can that be? Long Stay Staff Favorite Big-Eared Boy Simba Loves People and Other Dogs! *** *A $500 stipend will be offered to the New Hope partner that pulls Simba 62892 * Who’s the king of the concrete jungle? SIMBA of course He’s also the king of our hearts This adorable little guy is shyly sweet and super playful with his friends in doggy playgroup But no matter how much fun he is having he still dreams of a family to call his own With the cutest ear set on the planet and those out turned toes we can’t imagine that is a tall order If you can foster or adopt SIMBA you need to hurry and Message our page or email us at MustLoveDogsNYC@gmailcom for assistance A volunteer writes We all admire resilience! Some dogs struggle in a shelter environment others thrive after finding their bearing away from their home and families Simba who came with his sister Baby Girl is one of those heroes He has made lots of friends among staff and volunteers as well as with his peers Simba has quite a number of girlfriends here at the care center! He has flourished mentally and physically gaining even a sizable amount of pounds during his stay Simba is now a chunky papa and that much more dog to love He thinks himself a lap dog and sits with a large and contagious smile beside his caretaker as he squeezes to fit You should see him on his boroughbreaks strolling through Central Park posing for pictures enjoying a drink and likely tons of treats that he now takes so gently He is gorgeous glamorous and quite an obedient guy! And if it was not enough come and see him play in our yard Simba loves his toys and can self entertain if needed! Come meet Simba at the Manhattan Care Center and discover what a wonderful friend you could add to your life! MY MOVIES Simba has a blast on his boroughbreak httpsyoutubesUdwgXekfmI Simba and Issabella in Playgroup httpsyoutubeINGIBT4-d3g Simba doing scent work httpswwwyoutubecomwatch?v=x5hbVNRzNoQ Simba and Luna in Playgroup httpswwwyoutubecomwatch?v=D_CiXTBL-KA Simba is such great company httpswwwyoutubecomwatch?v=Q2EZOEuTCgM SIMBA ID# 62892 2 yrs old 69 lbs Male Manhattan ACC Large Mixed Breed Gray Brindle White Adoption Return after 1 week Owner Surrender Reason Shelter Assessment Rating NEW HOPE ONLY No children under 13 Medical Behavior Rating ADDITIONAL BEHAVIOR NOTES FUN FACTS Summary 1 Simba loves to play in the dog pool He will jump in and out willingly and handlers can also point to the pool and Simba will jump right in He also enjoys sitting on your lap and being pet and will always be up for a game with his favorite toys! IN SHELTER OBSERVATIONS Simba is taking part in Nose Games at the care center He is learning to 'find it' currently watching handlers place the treats into boxes on ground level and with the openings facing up or out He can 'find it' when he watches the handlers place the treats Simba has enjoyed all forms of enrichment while at the care center He will engage with food toys such as stuffed Kongs and ice blocks as well as squeaky toys and other soft toys Simba will often bring his toy items to the handler and attempt to place them on their laps or seek attention and petting while holding toys in his mouth Simba is highly social with his human handlers With novel people he approaches readily and seeks attention With known handlers he is playful and soft and extremely affectionate BEHAVIOR DETERMINATION New Hope Only Behavior Asilomar TM - Treatable-Manageable Recommendations No children under 13 Place with a New Hope partner Recommendations comments No children Due to the high level of jumping mounting and mouthing seen at the care center as well as his multiple bite history we recommend an adult-only home for Simba Place with a New Hope partner Due to the high level of jumping mounting and mouthing seen at the care center as well as his multiple bite history we recommend Simba be be placed with a New Hope placement partner who is able to provide an experienced adult-only foster home Consultation with a professional trainerbehaviorist is highly recommended for guidance to safely managemodify any behavior Simba presents with outside of the care centers Potential challenges Basic mannerspoor impulse control Social hyperarousal Mouthinesspoor bite inhibition Multiple-bite historyrisk of future aggression Bite history human Potential challenges comments Basic mannerspoor impulse control Simba jumps up on people a lot in a social manner Please see handout on Basic Manners Mouthinesspoor bite inhibition Simba is mouthy at the care center applying moderate pressure Please see handout on Mouthiness Social hyperarousal At the care center Simba has been observed to jump up mouth and mount people when excited Please see handout on Arousal Multiple-bite historyrisk of future aggression Simba has bitten on two occasions The first bite occurred when someone was feeding Simba treats and he accidentally bit the person on the finger breaking skin The second bite occurred when he was reacting to the resident cat and redirected to the owner who was putting a harness on him He bit her on the chin which required stitches MEDICAL EXAM NOTES 12-Jul-2019 Progress Exam BCS 79 7-Jul-2019 DVM Intake Exam Estimated age2-3 years Microchip noted on Intake?Yes History Returned Subjective BAH H pink 1 sec Observed Behavior - approachable engaging but muzzled for precaution Evidence of Cruelty seen - no Evidence of Trauma seen - no Objective P =120hr R =40rr BCS 79 EENT Eyes clear ears clean no nasal or ocular discharge noted Oral Exam muzzled limited PLN No enlargements noted HL NSR NMA CRT < 2 Lungs clear eupnic ABD Non painful no masses palpated UG swollen scrotum MSI Ambulatory x 4 skin free of parasites no masses noted healthy hair coat CNS Mentation appropriate - no signs of neurologic abnormalities Assessment scrotal swelling - post sx Prognosis good Plan behavioral assessment ------------------------------------------------------ NOTES FIRST STAY Intake 5152019 SIMBA ID# 62892 2 yrs old 496 lbs Unaltered Male Manhattan ACC Large Mixed Breed Gray Brindle White Owner Surrender Reason Shelter Assessment Rating LEVEL 2 No young children under 5 Medical Behavior Rating Blue CAME IN WITH BABYGIRL ID# 62891 also in need httpswwwfacebookcommldsavingnycdogsphotosa202865483233063985208501665420?type=3&theater OWNER SURRENDER NOTES - BASIC INFORMATION Date of Intake 15-May-2019 - Simba is an approximately 2 yr old in tact male large mixed breed dog who was brought to MACC as an owner surrender due to owner not having a place to live at the moment He was brought in with Babygirl 62891 He previously lived with 4 adults 1 child 1yr old 1 dog female When new people come to the home Simba doesn't pay them much mind He sometimes won't exit his kennel at all to interact and has gone unnoticed by guests in the home Simba will go over to children in the home and lick their hands He allows them to pet him and will be playful He doesn't pay much attention to other dogs His previous owner was trying to introduce Simba to the cat he tried to lunge forward for her No resource guarding displayed Simba's bite history is documented in a separate memo Simba is housetrained and his previous owner describes his energy level as medium Medical Notes allergies on skin For a New Family to Know Simba is described as relaxed and does not require much affection He is low-maintenance Crate trained Will go inside on command at the word inside Likes to spend time in his crate when left alone and is not destructive in any way of household items He is walked mainly in grass and prefers to do his business there He pulls strongly on his leash but can be settled down by being told stop pulling Simba is relaxed during baths and allows them though is sometimes reluctant to get in He loves to be dried after his bath Barks for food and water only but is quiet most of the time Does not bark when people come to the door Is fed Pedigree dry food 3 times a day He enjoys milkbone biscuit treatsSimba has not been interested in toys owner has presented him with This includes rope toys Simba knows sit Will follow owner around home INTAKE NOTES – DATE OF INTAKE 15-May-2019 During intake Simba was hyper and trying to get to Babygirl his sister he came in with who was in heat Once Babygirl left Simba was calm and laid down on the floor He was friendly with counselor and allowed collaring micro chip scan and pets He did try to hump counselor and grabbed onto her with his claws but was likely riled up from having been with his Babygirl He had a wagging tail and loose body SAFER ASSESSMENT Date of assessment 19-May-2019 Leash Walking Strength and pulling None Reactivity to humans None Reactivity to dogs None Leash walking comments None Sociability Loose in room 15-20 seconds Highly social Call over Approaches readily Sociability comments Body soft jumping up mouths with moderate pressure Handling Soft handling Seeks contact Exuberant handling Seeks contact Comments Body soft leans into pets Arousal Jog Follows loose Arousal comments None Knock No response Knock Comments None Toy No response Toy comments None PLAYGROUP NOTES - DOG TO DOG SUMMARIES 516-519 When introduced off leash to a female dog Simba engages in play and attempts to mount when play slows 621-26 Simba engages in running and bouncy play with a female dog attempting to mount when play slows 628 Simba engages in exuberant play with a group of female dogs FUN FACTS Summary 1 Simba loves to play in the dog pool He will jump in and out willingly and handlers can also point to the pool and Simba will jump right in He also enjoys sitting on your lap and being pet and will always be up for a game with his favorite toys! INTAKE BEHAVIOR Date of intake 15-May-2019 Summary Calm friendly allowed handling MEDICAL BEHAVIOR Date of initial 15-May-2019 Summary Loose body ENERGY LEVELMSimba is described as having a medium level of energy IN SHELTER OBSERVATIONS Simba is taking part in Nose Games at the care center He is learning to 'find it' currently watching handlers place the treats into boxes on ground level and with the openings facing up or out He can 'find it' when he watches the handlers place the treats Simba has enjoyed all forms of enrichment while at the care center He will engage with food toys such as stuffed Kongs and ice blocks as well as squeaky toys and other soft toys Simba will often bring his toy items to the handler and attempt to place them on their laps or seek attention and petting while holding toys in his mouth Simba is highly social with his human handlers With novel people he approaches readily and seeks attention With known handlers he is playful and soft and extremely affectionate BEHAVIOR DETERMINATION Level 2 Behavior Asilomar TM - Treatable-Manageable Recommendations No young children under 5 Recommendations comments No young children Due to the high level of jumping mounting and mouthing seen at the care center we recommend a home without young children Older children who are comfortable around large jumpy dogs should have an in-depth interaction prior to adoption Potential challenges Basic mannerspoor impulse control Social hyperarousal Mouthinesspoor bite inhibition Potential challenges comments Basic mannerspoor impulse control Simba jumps up on people a lot in a social manner Please see handout on Basic Manners Mouthinesspoor bite inhibition Simba is mouthy at the care center applying moderate pressure Please see handout on Mouthiness Social hyperarousal At the care center Simba has been observed to jump up mouth and mount people when excited Please see handout on Arousal MEDICAL EXAM NOTES 3-Jul-2019 SpayNeuter Summary Surgery report - canine neuter Was this dog a cryptorchid? No - normal canine scrotum and testicles Scrotal incision along median raphe Spermatic Cord Ligation with 0 Monocryl in modified Miller's knots Sub Q closure 0 Monocryl in single stitch Skin closure? Left open to drain Green linear tattoo near incision site to denote neuter status Scrotal wrap placed during recovery Pre-op exam S Energetic pulling hard on leash and coughing wagging tail O BAR-H BCS 69 MMs pink and moist CRT <2 sec EENT No discharge OU AU nose Sclera are pink to red Stage 24 periodontitis PLNs Not significantly enlarged HL NSR NMA Eupnic quiet lung sounds Coughing when pulling on leash Abd Soft no pain on palpation no masses palpated MSI Amb x4 Ventral thorax has patchy erythema and papular dermatitis UG Male intact testicles soft and symmetrical Neuro Alert and appropriate no sign neurological deficiencies A Overweight dental disease papular dermatitis on ventral thorax P Neuter today start cefpodoxime 300 mg PO SID x10 days Post Surgery Note 147 PM Anesthesia Summary Canine Neuter Pre Medication Hydromorphone 10mgml injectable 031mL IM Dexmedetomidine 05 mgml injectable 031mL IM Induction Propofol 10 mgml injectable 40mL IM Testicular block LidocaineSterile Water 16mL16mL administered pre-operatively Anesthesia Notes Size 90 fr ET tube placed maintained general anesthesia throughout procedure on isoflurane and O2 Used rebreathing system with 30L bag 22g IVC placed in R cephalic vessel Intraoperative IV LRS at 5-10mLkghr at 310mLhr Peri-Operative NSAID Pain Meds Rimadyl 50mgmL injectable 25 ml SQ once post-operatively for post-operative pain relief Recovery Status Recovery was uneventful Post-operative Medications Prescribed Rimadyl 100mg Tablets Give 150 mg 15 Tablets Orally once a day for 2 days beginning the day after surgery Rimadyl Dose 2mgLb 21-Jun-2019 Progress Exam Hx CIRDC diagnosed in late May resolved in early June but developed another infection within a week Pt was put on doxycycline in addition to extended enrofloxacin S Barking in kennel O BAR MMs pink -No coughing or sneezing -No nasal or ocular discharge -Neck is erythematous alopecic and slightly edematous right above where the playgroup collar sits A 1 CIRDC resolved 2 Neck irritation possibly secondary to collar wear P 1 Continue antibiotic treatment until done 2 Leave collar off when not on a walkin playgroup 16-Jun-2019 Progress Exam BAR today is last day of enrofloxacin Still has mild nasal discharge bilateral No sneezing or coughing AHx of CIRDC last day of enro P -Extend enrofloxacin x 5 days -Add in doxycycline 300 mg PO SID x 10 days -Recheck in 5 days 14-Jun-2019 Progress Exam SO Recheck CIRDC day 7 relapse EN -- eyes are clear no nasal discharge P is sniffling intermittently A CIRDC P continue on current tx plan recheck in 2 days 7-Jun-2019 Progress Exam SO on rounds BAR at front of kennel seeing mucoid nasal dc and hearing congestion during observation time A CIRDC P move to iso enrofloxacin 204mg 1 and 13 tablet sid x10d cerenia 60mg 12 sid x4d recheck in 7 days 6-Jun-2019 Progress Exam SO on rounds mild crusting lesions on back and tips of ears A mild dermatitis P scheduled for medicated bath may need oral meds as well recheck in 7 days 1-Jun-2019 Progress Exam S CIRDC 9 day check O BAR Euhydrated Eating EENT Very mild intermittent serous nasal discharge MSI Ambulatory x 4 A Resolving CIRDC Symptoms progressively more mild on treatment P 1 Move to adoption 2 Monitor health in adoption MG supervision 1498 Vet Notes 438 PM EENT - Moderate clear nasal discharge still present Recheck in 48 hours 29-May-2019 Progress Exam sfd shadowing Weltz S 7 day CIRDC recheck O On observation mild serous nasal discharge no coughing noted during examination A CIRDC P Continue treatment as prescribed in isolation Recheck in 4 days 22-May-2019 Progress Exam SO on rounds noticed coughing with mucoid nasal dc bright and alert in kennel standing at front of kennel eating with normal appetite A CIRDC P Enrofloxacin 204mg 125 tablets once daily PO cerenia 60mg tab 12 tablet once daily recheck in 7days 15-May-2019 DVM Intake Exam Estimated age ~2-3yrs based on PE Microchip noted on Intake? scanned negative placed by lvt History Surrendered by O along with Baby girl 62891 Subjective Observed Behavior - BAR food motivated! Pawing at muzzle when placed Otherwise loose body and allows handling though strong and requires restraint 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 dc 15 pd 15 PLN No enlargements noted HL No murmur ausculted CRT < 2 Lungs clear eupnic ABD Non painful no masses palpated UG intact male testicles smooth and symmetrical MSI Ambulatory x 4 skin free of parasites no masses noted circular alopecia with crusting along the dorsal head and multiple similar lesions along the ventral neck woodslamp negative Mentation appropriate - no signs of neurologic abnormalities Rectal externally normal Assessment dental disease Prognosis excellent Plan cefpodoxime 200mg PO q24h x 10 days SURGERY Okay for surgery *** TO FOSTER OR ADOPT *** HOW TO RESERVE A “TO BE KILLED” DOG ONLINE only for those who can get to the shelter IN PERSON to complete the adoption process and only for the dogs on the list NOT marked New Hope Rescue Only Follow our Step by Step directions below! *PLEASE NOTE – YOU MUST USE A PC OR TABLET – PHONE RESERVES WILL NOT WORK! ** STEP 1 CLICK ON THIS RESERVE LINK httpsnewhopeshelterbuddycomAnimalList Step 2 Go to the red menu button on the top right corner click register and fill in your info Step 3 Go to your email and verify account Step 4 Go back to the website click the menu button and view available dogs Step 5 Scroll to the animal you are interested and click reserve STEP 6 MOST IMPORTANT STEP GO TO THE MENU AGAIN AND VIEW YOUR CART THE ANIMAL SHOULD NOW BE IN YOUR CART! Step 7 Fill in your credit card info and complete transaction HOW TO FOSTER OR ADOPT IF YOU *CANNOT* GET TO THE SHELTER IN PERSON OR IF THE DOG IS NEW HOPE RESCUE ONLY! You must live within 3 – 4 hours of NY NJ PA CT RI DE MD MA NH VT ME or Norther VA Please PM our page for assistance You will need to fill out applications with a New Hope Rescue Partner to foster or adopt a dog on the To Be Killed list including those labelled Rescue Only Hurry please time is short and the Rescues need time to process the applications Meme

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