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My dear dog Poetin. He came with us when he was one year and a half. Most of his life he was abandonated. He is 8 years old. Becoming crumpy. old man,
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I received this from a friend who asked me to share. So please continue to share in hopes of Pegasus finding his daddy.

Hi its me MITCH .
I AM ON A MISSION TO HELP A FUR PAL NAMEDS PEGASUS THAT IS MISSING ALL THE WAY IN TEXAS . COULD I GET EVERYONE TO SHARE MY PAL IN HOPES SOMEONE CAN REUNITE HIM WITH HIS DADDY. THAT HAS BEEN SEARCHING FOR HIM SINCE THE HURRICANE HIT IN TEXAS .
THANKS EVERYONE
LOVE, YOUR FUR FRIEND MITCH

P.S.
A NOTE FROM HIS DADDY BELOW
‼️‼️⚠️Please please Please share this post please my dog IS more like my son missing in Pasadena Tx area by strawberry park and kalmer st trying to find him (832-774-0329) his name is Pegasus he's 3 years old American Bully ‼️‼️⚠️ we will offer you reward if anybody could bring him back home me and my kids miss him so much please share I have not found him yet and I will post when I do

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Do I know anyone near Mechanicsville, MD who would be willing to pickup a puppy for me? I'd pay the fee, I just need someone to pick her up and hold on to her until I can get someone down there.

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😣A dog named “Miracle” is in need of a miracle. The three-year-old mixed breed terrier was surrendered to the #CarsonAnimalServices facility in California on March 11 and video taken shortly after she lost her family reveals the depth of her terror.
The video posted to Facebook is accompanied by words of explanation:
Sweet MIRACLE is so scared she won’t walk and she urinated when the staff were petting and reassuring her.
The following information was taken from Miracle’s intake paperwork:
My former family who owned me for more than a year had to give me up because they did not have enough time to spend with me. But they said that I spend most of my time outdoors, but it’s not ideal. I have not been housetrained. I am learning how to walk on a leash. I am just learning obedience skills. I should be the only pet in the house.
Miracle has so many things against her…she is scared, she is recommended to be the only pet in the household, and she is a pit bull mix…three strikes against a dog who has no control over her current situation.
Please help Miracle out of the #CarsonAnimalServices facility by sharing her adoption information.
Los Angeles County Animal Control – Carson at (310) 523-9566
Ask for information about animal ID number #A5040047
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2/21/17 AT RISK: NOX, ZEUS, NATALIE, ABIGAIL, BUTTERBALL
These 5 dogs are on the at risk list, and there is no time to waste. If you can foster/adopt, message the Urgent help desk at helpdogs@urgentpodr.org.If you can't adopt, fostering saves many lives and buys time. FULL PROFILES http://nycdogs.urgentpodr.org/tbd-dogs-page/

NOX – A1103819

Manhattan
Publicly Adoptable

ZEUS – A1103610

Brooklyn
Publicly Adoptable

NATALIE – A1103975

Manhattan
Publicly Adoptable

ABIGAIL – A1103834

Manhattan
Rescue Only

BUTTERBALL – A1102578

Manhattan
Publicly Adoptable
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2/04/17. SEYMOUR HAS BEEN AT THE BROOKLYN CENTER FOR THE PAST 4 MONTHS. HE IS AN ACTIVE BOY THAT LOVES TO PLAY. LETS GET THIS AWESOME BOY A NEW FAMILY
SEYMOUR'S LINK http://nycdogs.urgentpodr.org/seymour-a1090338/
SEYMOUR – A1090338
SAFER : EXPERIENCED HOME / NO CHILDREN
NEUTERED MALE, BR BRINDLE, AM PIT BULL TER MIX, 4 yrs
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 09/18/2016, From NY 11221, DueOut Date 09/21/2016
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary Scan negative Sociable, tolerate handling No signs of aggression Intact male, 4 years old Moderate tartar and gingivitis Good appetitie Ears clean. Eyes and nose clean Amb x 4 Barh
Weight 62.0
RE-EXAM :
9/20/16 : VET CHECK – EMACIATED. BARH. ACTIVE, ATTENTION SEEKING, ALLOWS ALL HANDLING. BCS 2/9. TEETH CLEAN, EYES CLEAR, NO OCULAR OR NASAL DISCHARGE, EARS WNL. NORMAL THORACIC AUSCULTATION; NORMAL ABDOMIINAL PALPATION. INTEG WNL; AMBULATORY X 4. INTACT MALE. A: EMACIATED; P: REC FEEDING 3X/DAY. CONTINUE TO MONITOR WHILE AT BACC. EXCELLENT PROGNOSIS
9/23/16 : CONJUNCTIVITIS NOTED ON EXAM. BAR. ACTIVE, ATTENTION SEEKING, CONTINUES TO HAVE EXCELLENT APPETITE. LARGE AMOUNT OF MUCOID OCULAR DISCHARGE OU. MODERATE SEROUS NASAL DISCHARGE. NO COUGHING OR SNEEZING. A: CONJUNCTIVITIS, MAY BREAK WITH SIGNS OF CIRDC; P: REC TAB OU Q12 X 7 DAYS. CONTINUE TO MONITOR WHILE AT BACC. EXCELLENT PROGNOSIS
11/21/16; S/O: Vet check to continue to monitor for diarrhea, first noted on 11/19/16
Per ACO, no diarrhea noted this morning, cage had not yet been cleaned either. No diarrhea noted on observation log as well.; Mentation: BAR, active, social.; EENT: clear OU, no nasal discharge; H/L: No signs or reports of coughing.; NOSF; A: App. Healthy 4 yo MI Pit Bull; Px: Excellent; P: Continue to monitor while in BACC. No treatment indicated at this time. 11/20/16; Diarrhea noted on 11/19/16.; O: BARH. Eating well. Very active, excited. No diarrhea in cage or noted today.; EENT: No oculonasal discharge.; H/L: No coughing.; A: No signs of GI problem.; P: Continue to monitor while at BACC.; Excellent prognosis. 11/10/16 VET CHECK – MONITOR FOR BLOOD IN STOOL; BAR. ATTENTION SEEKING. NO SIGNS OR REPORTS OF DIARRHEA OR BLOOD IN STOOL A: APPARENTLY HEALTHY; P: CONTINUE TO MONITOR WHILE AT BACC. EXCELLENT PROGNOSIS
VET CHECK – LAST DAY OF TAB, RECHECK CONJUNCTIVITIS; BAR. ATTENTION SEEKING. EATING WITH EXCELLENT APPETITE.; NO CONJUNCTIVITIS OR OCULAR DISCHARGE NOTED. SEROUS NASAL DISCHARGE, NO COUGHING ; A: CONJUNCTIVITIS RESOLVED, EMACIATED P: CONTINUE TO MONITOR WHILE AT BACC. EXCELLENT PROGNOSIS
A volunteer writes: Seymour looks like he got ready for Halloween a month early and is going as a skeleton. Of course, the sad reality is that he had no say in his costume! Although it looks like someone neglected to feed him, Seymour holds no grudges against the rest of us: he is so, so friendly and sweet! He seems to have housetraining and is so happy to go out and about that sometimes his frail little body can’t keep up with his enthusiasm and he loses his footing (but he brushes it off with a tail wag!). He has been fine passing dogs at a distance on our walks, but can be reactive meeting them through a fence and when we’ve seen rats he nearly starts baying like a hound! The good news is he’s super motivated by treats, toys, and love so it’s very easy to get his undivided attention. He sits like a champ, takes treats pretty nicely when I remind him to, and loves to play fetch. He wants to say “hi” to everyone we pass in the hallways and is SO cuddly. He’ll hang out in my lap, lean against me when I pet him, lick my hands, and even flop over for belly rubs! I’m pretty sure if Seymour could tell us what he wanted to be for Halloween, he’d say anything at all as long as it was one of those costumes where a dog and person coordinate: he wants (and so deserves!) a person to call his own! He could be the Luigi to your Mario, the Scooby Doo to your Shaggy, and just your very best friend ever every other day of the year…please come see him at Brooklyn ACC!
BEHAVIOR :
Seymour came into the shelter as a stray, so his past behaviors in a home are unknown. Behavior during intake: Seymour was friendly and allowed all handling.
SAFER ASSESSMENT: 11/1/16
Look: 2. Dog pulls out of Assessor’s hands each time without settling during three repetitions.
Sensitivity: 1. Dog leans into the Assessor, eyes soft or squinty, soft and loose body, and open mouth.
Tag: 1. Follows at end of leash, body soft.
Squeeze 1: : 1. Dog does not respond at all for three seconds. His eyes are averted and his ears are relaxed.
Squeeze 2: 1. Dog gently pulls back his paw.
Toy: 1. 4. Dog freezes and growls.
Summary: Seymour may require appropriate behavior modification to address potential guarding issue. Force-free, reward based training only is advised.
DOG-DOG ASSESSMENT:
Dog Reactive: These dogs need help managing their dog reactivity and should not be allowed off-leash around other dogs until they are provided extensive and supervised socialization with a professional behaviorist or trainer utilizing positive reinforcement behavior modification techniques.
PLAYGROUP: Seymour was surrendered as a stray so his past behavior around dogs is unknown. When off leash with dogs at the Care Center, Seymour was initially sexually motivated, persisting mounting the female greeter dog. With further playgroup sessions, Seymour has become reactive to male and female dogs. The Behavior Department recommends that Seymour be the only dog in the home.
MEDICAL BEHAVIOR: 11/01/16
During his initial medical examination, Seymour readily allowed all handling without issue.
ENERGY LEVEL: Seymour displays a high activity level in the care center.
RECOMMENDATIONS: Experience
_X_No children (under 13)
_X_Single-pet home
_X_Recommend no dog parks
Potential challenges:
_X_Resource guarding (We cannot be certain whether any guarding or possessive behavior may appear in a home environment, but we recommend adopters comfortable with safe management and modification of guarding behavior in case it does.)
Group Behavior::
Seymour was surrendered as a stray so his past behavior around dogs is unknown. When off leash with dogs at the Care Center, Seymour was initially sexually motived, persisting mounting the female greeter dog. With further play group sessions, Seymour has become reactive to male and female dogs. The Behavior Department recommends that Seymour be the only dog in the home.
9/20: Seymour greets the female dog displaying neutral body language. He initially explores the pen before becoming sexually motivated. He mounts the female dog, persisting after the handlers interrupt.
9/23: Seymour greets another male dog displaying soft body language. Once in the pen with the other male, Seymour begins to intensely sniff him and follows him around. After about one minute Seymour becomes reactive towards him, growling and jumping on his back. He is easily interrupted by the handlers and the session is ended.
9/24: When being introduced to a calm female dog, Seymour begins barking and growling at her. They are not introduced.
10/4: Due to Seymour’s reactivity towards other dogs, he participated in counter-conditioning session. He was placed in a pen by himself with a helper dog initially two pens away from Seymour. Seymour was given treats when he looked at the other dog and did not show any signs of reaction. He maintained soft body language and a low wagging tail as the helper dog was systematically moved closer to him. He was food motivated, constantly taking treats, and was able to stay focused on the handler instead of the other dog.
10/12: During today’s counter-conditioning sessions, Seymour is able to greet a helper dog through the gate. He gives a hard stare once, taking a treat with a hard mouth, but is able to become looser while greeting the other dog through the gate.
11/8: Seymour is able to be led past the helper dog, being guided by a treat. After a few passes, Seymour displays soft body language and shows interest in the other dog, pulling towards him.
11/16: Seymour is able to stand about two feet from the other dog and looks at him, then back at the handler to recieve a treat.
11/17-11/22: Seymour allows the helper dog to be in close proximity of his rear. He is rewarded when he looks his way.
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2/09/17. BENTLEY IS ONE COOL DOG. RETURNED AS A "STRAY" HE ONCE AGAIN WAITS FOR THE PERFECT MATCH
BENTLEY'S LINK http://nycdogs.urgentpodr.org/bentley-a1089747/
BENTLEY – A1089747

RETURNED 1/22/17**SAFER : AVERAGE HOME

NEUTERED MALE, WHITE / BROWN, AM PIT BULL TER MIX, 6 yrs
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, HOLD FOR ID Reason STRAY
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 01/20/2017, From NY 10024, DueOut Date 01/28/2017,

Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary Intact male Scan positive for a microchip # 981020015106217 About 6 years old OU=clear Nose= No discharge AU=clean Teeth have moderate tarter Coat is clean Dewormed with Pyrantel Flea Treatment= Advantage
Weight 61.4

A volunteer writes:

Bentley made a great impression on me the first time I walked him and it has not changed with the many encounters we have had together. Am I the only one to think that way? Not al all, look at his walking log…Nothing else but praises are recorded. Bentley as his name rightly suggested , is a very elegant dog, well mannered and calm while lively. He is poised in his kennel, comes to his door when called, sits before to be leashed and walks absolutely beautifully , not even chasing pigeons. Being a 6 year old gent, he is likely house trained and does his business at once, marking just slightly his territory. He is extremely civil in the presence of other dogs, staying appropriately by his caretaker when one approaches them or when a conversation occurs between few people , each flanked by a pooch. Yep, Bentley has manners. He is a very friendly and sociable dog too, clearly one who is used to have been around humans, a pet, basically. Bentley has been well cared for, looks healthy, the right weight and is very well dressed in his silvery and white coat. Free in a pen, he is obedient, sits, gives paw(after a few prompts) and waits patiently for the right treat(he is very selective, preferring only the expensive ones). He likes caresses , does not mind to be outfitted wit a scarf or to look in the eye of the camera. All together, Bentley is a great dog and If I want to have a quiet and relaxing time in my busy day at the care center, Bentley is just the perfect companion to have by my side… Bentley is at the Manhattan Care Center, waiting to be your loyal friend.

Behavior:

KNOWN HISTORY: None

1/20/17

Unaltered Male, Stray

Other notes: During intake Bentley was very friendly.
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ANDREW ~A1102699~ 2 YEARS.
RETURNED 02/08/17. AFTER I DAY.
SUPER URGENT MANHATTAN. Please Share/Adopt/Foster.🌟http://nycdogs.urgentpodr.org/andrew-a1102699/

ANDREW – A1102699
Super Urgent 02/08/17 - Manhattan

RETURNED AFTER 1 DAY 02/08/2017, SAFER: EXPERIENCED HOME
NEUTERED MALE, TAN / WHITE, AMER BULLDOG / AM PIT BULL TER, 2 yrs
RETURN – AVAILABLE, HOLD RELEASED Reason NO TIME
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 02/08/2017, From OUT OF NYC, DueOut Date 02/08/2017,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary 02/08/17 10:51 adopted and returned in less than 24 hours s/o: scrotal hematoma still present with concurrent hexy bruising does not seem to bother dog, similar to yesterday heart and lungs wnl een a; scrotal hematoma p; will d/c ice packing–dog would not tolerate yesterday and should resolve on its own good prognosis 2/7/17 Hx: Neutered here yesterday; large scrotal hematoma developed after neuter S: Friendly, soft body, allows all handling O: BAR-H, BCS 6/9, MMs pink and moist, CRT <2 sec EENT: No discharge OU, AU, nose. PLNs: Not enlarged. H/L: No resp distress. Did not auscult today. Abd: Soft, no pain on palpation, no masses palpated M/S/I: Amb x4. No skin lesions noted. UG: Male neutered, large scrotal hematoma (4-5 inches diameter) with swelling extending down 2/3 of the prepuce and purple bruising covering the proximal 1/3 of the prepuce. Able to urinate with no difficulty. A: Scrotal hematoma with preputial swelling. This is a complication that sometimes develops in very active dogs after a neuter. The swelling is typically not painful but can take a long time (weeks to months) to resolve. Short-term prognosis: Good P: 1. Continue Rimadyl for 10 days post-op instead of the usual 3. 2. Continue to put heat or ice on the hematoma for 5-10 minutes twice daily, for 7-10 days or as long as Andrew will tolerate this. 3. Please prevent Andrew from doing vigorous exercise while the hematoma is healing. Light walks are fine. 4. Please bring Andrew for a veterinary exam if at any point the hematoma becomes MORE inflamed instead of less inflamed, starts to bleed, or Andrew has difficulty urinating. 1088 —– 2/6/17 scrotal swelling noted post-op elect to monitor overnight, ice 10min, keep in small kennel and monitor muc membranes overnight 2/6/17 PE:WNL Exam & surgery performed by Dr.MSP Canine neuter Anesthesia – 0.55mL Telazol induction. Intubated. Isoflurane/O2 maint. Sx. – Routine prescrotal castration. Subcuticular closure with absorbable suture. Green linear tattoo placed lateral to incision. 1.5mL Rimadyl injectable and 1.5mL Hydromorphone for pain management.
Weight 66.6
A volunteer writes:
Andrew wants to know, “which way’s the beach??” Yep this adorable, low-riding hippo has muscles to spare but he’s hardly all about the gym. He’s all about the kisses! Little Andrew (“Andy” to friends) is sweet as pie and equally delicious with his obvious bulldog heritage and that cappuccino coat. One look at him, calm and sweet in his kennel, and I just know I’m in for a treat. He is easily leashed and a tired girl’s dream trotting right by my side on those little toothpick legs. Once in the park he sniff, sniff, sniffs nearly every inch of grass before at long last choosing just the perfect spot. He later leads us to a bench where our little teapot (short and stout) sits beautifully for pictures drawing quite the crowd. And in no time everyone is smiling, giggling, and/or laughing with nary a shortage of “oohhh”s and “awwww”s. Andy is a lover of treats and takes every one with picture-perfect manners (and maybe a side of drool) right from my hand (hint: turkey is a favorite). Unfortunately this is not Andy’s first stay with us. He was adopted then returned after only one day. But don’t shed one tear for our hungry hippo I tell you not a one. Because that only means that Andy’s perfect family is still out there searching, waiting, and readying for our boy, and how lucky they will be. No need to look for the beach because that’s just what life is if your life has Andy in it. Little Andrew (that’s “Andy” to you) is waiting in adoptions at Manhattan’s ACC.

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