Pet Information

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Pet ID
A2117081
Species
Canine
Pet Name
Plato
Sex
N
Primary Color
Brown
Secondary Color
White
Breed Group
Mastiff
Microchip / Markings
900139000604927
Pet Size
Large
Age
3 Years

Intake and Outcome Information

Identifier
K20-178564
Intake Date
Wednesday, 23 December, 2020
Intake Type
B: Stray/At Large
Outcome Date
-
Outcome Type
-
Kennel/Location No
180-60
Found Near
1230 S NOB HILL RD, DAVIE FL 33324
Last Updated
4 weeks ago

Notes

Pet IDReference DateNoteStampNote Type
A2117081Wednesday, 23 December, 2020DATE:12/23/20 INTAKE: FIELD GREEN Aggression? No If yes, what happened? Level of Fear? Low Level of Friendliness? High Microchip:NO Initials:MC 3194 Wednesday, 23 December, 2020 7:35PMNote
A2117081Wednesday, 23 December, 2020[BLANK]Wednesday, 23 December, 2020 8:13PMMedical
A2117081Wednesday, 23 December, 2020*behavior release* **Yellow Dot** Tuesday, 06 July, 2021 10:1AMIntake / Outcome
A2117081Thursday, 24 December, 2020DATE:12/24/20 INTAKE: TECH YELLOW Aggression? Yes If yes, what happened? Level of Fear? Low Level of Friendliness? Low Microchip:none found Initials:JAR as soon as handler leashed in holding and began to walk he jumped up several times to bite leash. Had to be placed on control pole due to redirecting on leash. Thursday, 24 December, 2020 1:7PMBehavior
A2117081Thursday, 24 December, 2020History: stray *LIMITED EXAM DUE TO BEHAVIOR* Physical Examination General Appearance: BAR Eyes: no abnormalities noted Ears: no abnormalities noted Oral: no abnormalities noted Cardio/Respiratory: no abnormalities noted Musculoskeletal: no abnormalities noted Neurologic: no abnormalities noted Lymphatic: no abnormalities noted Skin: no abnormalities noted Abdomen: no abnormalities noted Urogenital: no abnormalities noted Treatment: Ivermectin and pyrantel are provided orally once a month for heartworm and intestinal parasite prevention Thursday, 24 December, 2020 12:14PMMedical
A2117081Thursday, 24 December, 2020BEHAVIOR RELEASE THIS ANIMAL IS ADOPTABLE WITH A BEHAVIOR RELEASE DUE TO UNPREDICTABLE BEHAVIOR AND POSSIBLE AGGRESSION. ONCE ADOPTED, ANY BILLS, EXPENSES OR LIABILITY INCURRED OR RELATING TO THIS PET WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE ADOPTER AND THEIR PRIVATE VET. BCAC IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CARE, TREATMENT, BILLS OR EXPENSES WHICH MAY BE INCURRED DUE TO INCIDENTS REGARDING THIS BEHAVIOR.Thursday, 24 December, 2020 1:8PMNote-Medical
A2117081Monday, 28 December, 2020very very strong on leash pulled the entire walk after he went potty, he immediately got to excited and starting jumping very high, and then grabbed the leash i started to wave leash in air so it would be harder for him to grab, he continued to do this for about 20feet then just stopped and i was able to move him to 180 had trouble getting leash b/c he is so excited i got it back after it fell Monday, 28 December, 2020 5:10PMBehavior
A2117081Wednesday, 30 December, 2020HE WAS SEXUALLY MOTIVATED. YOU CAN STEER HIM, BUT HE WILL CONTINUE THE BEHAVIOR. Additional Note: Sunday, 03 January, 2021 9:18AMPlaygroup
A2117081Saturday, 02 January, 2021Plato has a behavioral release for a reason. My first interaction with him was attempting to show him to a potential adopter today. After reading them all his notes and info, they still wanted to meet him. I proceeded with caution, figuring I would give him a try rather than telling them no. Before leashing him, he seemed excited and anxious to get out of the kennel, but did not show me teeth or growl. I leashed him and as soon as he left his run, he immediately began aggressively redirecting on my leash. I had to dodge my body out of the way of his bites and struggled to return him to his kennel. Once inside, I could not retrieve my leash. He got very aggressive when approaching him and even began to attack the leash hook, which became a stressful situation for the dog and for myself and helping staff. It took a staff member who he is familiar with to quickly go in, grab him by the collar and take off the leash. He requires heavy training and extreme caution when interacting with him. I do not feel comfortable handling him anymore.Saturday, 02 January, 2021 5:56PMBehavior
A2117081Monday, 04 January, 2021the water spray will work to stop his leash behaviorMonday, 04 January, 2021 4:30PMBehavior
A2117081Monday, 04 January, 2021HE WAS SEXUALLY MOTIVATED. YOU CAN STEER HIM, BUT HE WILL CONTINUE THE BEHAVIOR. Additional Note: Wednesday, 06 January, 2021 9:20AMPlaygroup
A2117081Tuesday, 05 January, 202101/05/21 17:37 I cannot leash him at the kennel door, I have to nudge him with my knee to push him back to enter kennel. He is very anxious as he will jump the wall and myself until I can latch on to his collar and exit the kennel with him, even then he rushes towards the exit and tries to turn around and bite the leash. A shaker works fine to stop him, as when during a meet and greet when he still had his leash on, for safety percaution, he was playing with a couple and the man got him excited and Plato started biting the leash. A simple wack for the shaker immediately got his attention and he stop for the remaining meet and greet. Otherwise, when not focusing on dogs, Plato can be very playful chasing toy balls, attempting to catch them in the air, and teasing you as he runs around with the ball in his mouth occasionally shoving the toy in your side before running away. I don't see him as aggressive but I wouldn't put my fingers near his mouth, multiple toys of his liking is most I would recommend.Tuesday, 05 January, 2021 5:59PMBehavior
A2117081Sunday, 10 January, 2021handlers need to use water spray to keep him from getting.. (jumpy, hard to leash, plays tug a war w/ leash, or pull hard while walking) i carried the spray bottle w/ me, never needing to use it, however i did show the sprayer to Plato and i think he understands not to behave negatively once outside, i can pet him and he shows lots of affection, loves back rubs aways waggs tail Plato needs more training, and a patient family (would not recommend small children) Sunday, 10 January, 2021 10:48AMBehavior
A2117081Monday, 11 January, 2021today i decided to have Plato in boneyard instead of walking i noticed he was seen for a couple of families interested in adopting him he was mostly very aloof with them, would run around most of the time ingnoring them my expierance, i tried to see if he played w/ toys, he did chase a tennis ball but quickly dropped it he only wants to play w/ a rope toy, but i will not be doing this, because it will encourage his bad behavior w/ redirecting on leash very treat motived will sit and strong high five me takes treats ok other then the treats / and rope, he has no interest in me. doesnt let me pet him Plato just kept pacing yard and completely ignoring me getting him back on leash to go back inside was a bit of a challenge i had to trick him w/ treats to leash him, and to recover my leash back too. (i noticed he doesnt like my hand reaching over his head) treats worked very well no issues no aggressive behavior shown, but he is very aloof doesnt seem to be affectionate w/ people just enjoys yard time and treatsMonday, 11 January, 2021 2:54PMBehavior
A2117081Monday, 11 January, 2021 I took Plato for a walk today. He let me leash him with no problem. I walked him around the back and placed him back in his kennel with no issue.Monday, 11 January, 2021 6:16PMBehavior
A2117081Tuesday, 19 January, 2021Dogs Needing Rescue/Foster Placement *Experienced Fosters Only For The Below Dogs* *Please Inquire For More Details* Jan. 17, 2021 If you are interested in rescuing one of the pets listed below, please email the pet's id number to Rescue@Broward.org. If you are interested in fostering one of the pets listed below, please email the pet's id number to Foster@Broward.org.Tuesday, 19 January, 2021 4:37PMRescue
A2117081Tuesday, 19 January, 2021Tuesday, 19 January, 2021 4:37PMRescue-Rescblast
A2117081Saturday, 23 January, 2021This patient is not showing any signs of illness, has no change in body condition and has no reported current medical concerns noted by staff.Saturday, 23 January, 2021 2:59PMMedical
A2117081Tuesday, 26 January, 2021G000620 Behavior Release Anesthesia was induced using an injectable combination of sedatives Maintenance: endotracheal tube, isoflurane Patient was aseptically prepared for surgery. A midline pre-scrotal incision was made, both testicles were exteriorized, and the left and right spermatic cords were ligated and inspected for bleeding. The subcutaneous tissue was sutured. An intradermal pattern with absorbable monofilament suture was used to suture skin. Tissue glue was applied to incision. A green tattoo was applied on the abdomen to indicate patient has been sterilized. A microchip was inserted. RABIES VACCINE ADMINISTERED: NOBIVAC:1 Ser#420628 EXP:10/05/21 Discharge instructions: 1. Exercise restriction: no running, jumping, playing with people or other animals, or long walks 2. Do not bathe for 10 days 3. Suture removal not necessary 4. Monitor incision for discharge, redness, swelling. If green, yellow or thick bloody discharge is present please take pet to a veterinarian immediately. 5. Keep e-collar on at all times for 10 days following surgery. Tuesday, 26 January, 2021 11:48AMMedical
A2117081Sunday, 31 January, 2021does not present well in kennel jumps and barks alot some staff still do not feel they can take him out safely still a bit difficult, if your not used to leashing/taking him in and out of kennel same behavior has not changedSunday, 31 January, 2021 1:0PMBehavior
A2117081Monday, 01 February, 2021is also very kennel reactive, attempts to cage fight when walking out/in of kennels Monday, 01 February, 2021 1:59PMBehavior
A2117081Wednesday, 03 February, 20212/3 Plato seems to get extremely reactive to equipment in the kennel and is redirecting on the leash. I have walked him a few times before today and have had no issues. Today as I attempted to leash him to walk outside, he tried pushing through the door so i quickly leashed him and brought him out. Once he was out he immediately jumped up biting at the leash. I had to jump back for him to not get too close to me. As he went to charge at a dog through the fence, I pulled him into the main hallway and he began jumping up biting the leash again. I then walked down the hall to grab the shaker and he stopped. Outside he was fine, played with a few toys in the play yard. Once brought back in kennel, I reached to remove the leash and he began to whip his head. After the third attempt he growled so I used the shaker and he growled again. I then attemped to remove the leash with the hook, and he growled again. I came back after an hour and attempted the hook, he growled and bit the hook and pulled it into the cage with him. Mick was able to remove the leash without using the hook. coWednesday, 03 February, 2021 2:59PMBehavior
A2117081Wednesday, 03 February, 2021HE IS STILL SEXUALLY MOTIVATED. YOU CAN STEER HIM, BUT HE WILL CONTINUE THE BEHAVIOR. Additional Note: Sunday, 07 February, 2021 10:13AMPlaygroup
A2117081Monday, 08 February, 2021today Plato got loose from me, when i was trying to leash to walk outside he immediately went to cage fight every dog possible i was finally able to leash him safely (hard to do b/c he was so aggressive towards the dogs) when i did leash he redirected on leash, i used water spray and verbal "no" he finally stopped once we got outside *its more and more difficult to get him out walking and going back in (i have to use alot of treats) isnt an issue Monday, 08 February, 2021 5:56PMBehavior
A2117081Monday, 22 February, 2021HE BRIEFLY SOCIALIZED WITH SOME OF THE OTHERS. HE MOSTLY KEPT TO HIMSELF AND EXPLORED THE YARD. HE DID START GROWLING AT MALES THAT TRIED TO GREET HIM. Additional Note: Monday, 22 February, 2021 1:21PMPlaygroup
A2117081Friday, 26 February, 2021G000620 This patient is not showing any signs of illness, has no change in body condition and has no reported current medical concerns noted by staff.Friday, 26 February, 2021 4:18PMMedical
A2117081Sunday, 07 March, 202103/07/21 - 15:37 Plato continues to be a challenge to take out. He is wonderful once he is on the leash and outside, but he is quite different inside. It is difficult to leash him due to his reactive behavior, constantly jumping at the door and barking. On his way through the kennels, he attempts to fight every dog he passes. Returning him is difficult as well. I do not feel comfortable reaching for my leash to remove it, but he is extremely reactive to the leash hook and will attack it. It is best to either throw treats down to distract him, or to let the leash fall off by itself and come back later to retrieve it. MWSunday, 07 March, 2021 3:43PMBehavior
A2117081Sunday, 07 March, 2021Energy Level: Active. Appetite: Eating. Stool: N/A. Notes: Friendly, Tail wagging and licks hand. Sunday, 07 March, 2021 2:4PMBehavior
A2117081Saturday, 13 March, 2021Energy Level: Active, BAR Appetite: Eating Stool: Firm Notes: Knows commands "sit." Loves treats. Shows slight fear when approach to the cage infront of Plato. Must go slow. Dog aggressive/reaction.Saturday, 13 March, 2021 5:45PMBehavior
A2117081Tuesday, 23 March, 2021This patient is not showing any signs of illness, has no change in body condition and has no reported current medical concerns noted by staff.Tuesday, 23 March, 2021 12:20PMMedical
A2117081Tuesday, 23 March, 2021weight updateTuesday, 23 March, 2021 12:52PMMedical
A2117081Sunday, 28 March, 2021Sunday, 28 March, 2021 6:14PMNote-Rescblast
A2117081Sunday, 28 March, 2021Meet Plato A2117081 3 Years Old. Weighs 64 Lbs. Since arriving at our facilities as a stray, Plato has not been sheltering well. He is reactive in the kennels and attempts to reach for dogs as he is walked in/out. Plato is wonderful outside on his walks, he takes treats well, loves affection and back rubs. We are concerned that his reactive behavior with staff and with other dogs will not improve in a shelter environment, he needs a more suitable situation with a patient and dedicated owner. If you can help Plato find a loving home, please contact us at Rescue@Broward.org Each shelter pet is evaluated as an individual. The nature and urgency of each pet's rescue plea is determined based on the current state of their health and behavior. Sunday, 28 March, 2021 6:15PMNote
A2117081Wednesday, 21 April, 2021Excessive and repetitive jumping in kennel Trazodone 100mg- 2 tabs po (continue on 5/20)Wednesday, 21 April, 2021 1:18PMMedical
A2117081Friday, 21 May, 2021as per G000620 (04/21/21)-Excessive and repetitive jumping in kennel Trazodone 100mg- 2 tabs po x 30 days; re-evaluate continue trazadoneFriday, 14 May, 2021 2:2PMMedical
A2117081Monday, 21 June, 2021re-evaluate continue trazadoneFriday, 14 May, 2021 2:2PMMedical
A2117081Thursday, 01 July, 2021[BLANK]Friday, 02 July, 2021 6:14PMMedical
A2117081Saturday, 03 July, 2021Plato isnt doing any better with redirecting on leash behavior. in kennel he continues to jump when there is foot traffic, upsetting neighboring dogs, or just full on body slamming himself against the kennel door. i've always been able to work around his redirecting on leash behavior, today was a bit more difficult. after being outside a few minutes he started redirecting, jumping upward at leash towards my body. i had to verbally correct him and hold leash upright. he also alligator rolled on floor and would kick me. this process took a few more minutes until he finally stopped, and i was able to continue, now a short walk. once he does calm down, he walks good on leash, still is housebroken, takes treats good, and gives great high fives. he needs out of the shelter and training. there is probably only 3 kennel staff members that are able to walk him, i will not be walking him again.Saturday, 03 July, 2021 3:46PMBehavior
A2117081Thursday, 15 July, 2021booster- completedThursday, 15 July, 2021 5:37PMMedical
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