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SUPER URGENT 4/13/16. SNICKERS FIRST CAME TO THE SHELTER IN 2011. SHE SCANS FOR 2 MICRO-CHIPS, YET SHE STILL SITS AT THE SHELTER WARILY WAITING FOR A HERO. WE KNOW THAT THERE MUST BE SOME KIND PERSON WANTING A NEW BEST FRIEND FOREVER. COULD IT BE SNICKERS. COME VISIT HER SOON AT THE STATEN ISLAND CENTER.
SNICKERS – A0868131
SUPER Urgent |Staten Island
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SNICKERS – A0868131
RETURNED 04/04/16
SPAYED FEMALE, BROWN / WHITE, GERM SHEPHERD / BOXER, 6 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, HOLD RELEASED Reason PERS PROB
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 04/04/2016, From NY 10309, DueOut Date 04/04/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary initial microchip scan- 2 chips picked up on scan MC# 981010001723041 and MC# 985121011039044 female spayed scar noted approx 6 years old BARH no eye, ear or nasal discharge noted dime sized fluidy mass on L side lumbar flank region small bruise on abdomen- slightly caudal to umbilicus on L side amb x 4 no fleas seen allowed handling but nervous vC for 4/6 to look at mass
Weight 65.2
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Staten Island Center
SNICKERS – ID#A868131
My name is SNICKERS. My animal ID# is A868131.
I am a spayed female, brown and white German Shepherd Dog and Boxer. The shelter staff thinks I am about 1 year and 7 months old. I weigh 56 pounds.
I have been at the shelter since June 12, 2011.
Staff wrote: “Snickers was adopted and brought back almost a year later because of pet conflict. She is GREAT with other dogs however; DOES NOT LIKE CATS AT ALL. She is on the thin side and needs to put some weight on. We are feeding her extra here.”
46lbs and rated No Concern by medical
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APRIL 2016
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