LECHE IS STILL HERE...And is quickly losing hope
***THIS EMAIL IS INTENDED FOR AC&C NEW HOPE PARTNERS, MAYOR’S ALLIANCE MEMBERS, AND AFFILIATED RESCUE GROUPS ONLY ***
PLEASE CONTACT THE MANHATTAN NEW HOPE STAFF:
Jess Van Brunt, New Hope Coordinator - Cell: 646.210.5404; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Sun - Thursday: 12 - 8pm)
Lisa Sheard, New Hope Liaison - Cell: 917.682.5616, Email: email@example.com (Sun - Thurs: 8am - 4pm)
Kim Smyth, New Hope Coordinator - Cell: 917.578.7263; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Tues - Sat 10am - 6pm)
Emily Tanen, New Hope Liaison - Cell: 917.578.6372; Email: email@example.com (Fri - Tues 10am - 6pm)
LECHE – A838825 – 1 yr old male pittie – 52lbs – OS, 11/20, owned one year, no time to care for.
He is in adoption ward, meaning he is healthy and has good enough behavior to be adopted but is still in a kill shelter.
A VOLUNTEER WRITES:
Leche is a 1.4 yo male relinquished on 11/20 to the shelter. Leche was pre-owned and his actual owner had no time for him anymore. Leche is said to be a very loving, affectionate and highly caring companion animal. He would be very good toward people, children and other dogs. His owner says that Leche is deaf. Leche weights 53lbs and has some type of non contagious dermatitis, may be nutritional. He was rated No Concern upon arrival.
Leche is a gorgeous white dog with blue eyes. He is a bit on the hyper side and at first, jumps at his caretaker. No aggression in this young fellow. He wants to play and snuggle with you. He would love to be a lap dog and dreams to be a teacup Chihuahua. Leche is indeed very friendly. We have not seen any display of aggression toward other dogs, on the contrary. He seems to be housebroken. Deaf dogs can be wonderful in the right hands.
Look 3: Jumps on the assessor,repeatedly shoulder rubs and will not allow the assessor to conduct the assessment
Sensitivity 1: Leans in to the assessor with soft body,wagging tail,open mouth and ears back
Tag 2: Not fearful,but unresponsive to the assessor, approaches the assessor with soft body and wagging tail affter play
Squeeze 1: gently pulls paw away
Squeeze 2 1:Gently pulls paw away
Food 1: Calmly allows food to be moved,follows the dish,but does not interfere with the movement of the dish
Toy 1: No interest
Rawhide 1: No interest
Dog to dog 2: Approaches the helper dog by rushing in, body is soft with low tail and ears back
SCAN NEG INTACT
BARH PE- SLIGHT STAINING
AS PER OWNER DOG IS DEAF
DERMATITIS AFFECTING FLANKS
HYPERACTIVE UPON EXAM