Pet Information

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Pet ID
A2139696
Species
Canine
Pet Name
Cyrus
Sex
N
Primary Color
Brindle
Secondary Color
White
Breed Group
Mastiff
Microchip / Markings
900139000606589
Pet Size
Large
Age
4 Years

Intake and Outcome Information

Identifier
K21-181805
Intake Date
Monday, 10 May, 2021
Intake Type
B: Stray/At Large
Outcome Date
-
Outcome Type
-
Kennel/Location No
177C-199
Found Near
401 NW 33 AV, LAUDERHILL FL 33311
Last Updated
13 days ago

Notes

Pet IDReference DateNoteStampNote Type
A2139696Monday, 10 May, 2021[BLANK]Friday, 14 May, 2021 2:27PMMedical
A2139696Monday, 10 May, 2021DATE:5-10-21 INTAKE: FIELD YELLOW Aggression? No If yes, what happened? Level of Fear? Med Level of Friendliness? Med Microchip: Initials:3133 Monday, 10 May, 2021 2:35PMBehavior
A2139696Monday, 10 May, 2021 folder made Tuesday, 12 October, 2021 10:0AMIntake / Outcome
A2139696Tuesday, 11 May, 2021Tech Exam History:stray TPR: not able to obtain Physical Examination General Appearance: QAR, timid, injured Eyes: no abnormalities noted Ears: no abnormalities noted Oral: light pink mm Cardio/Respiratory: no abnormalities noted Musculoskeletal: wounds multifocal with a few maggots Neurologic: no abnormalities noted Lymphatic: no abnormalities noted Skin: no abnormalities noted Abdomen: no abnormalities noted Urogenital: no abnormalities noted Treatment: Flea and Tick topical, 51-100# Interceptor tab PO, 24-60# Nexgard tab PO Clipped and cleaned wounds Ivermectin and pyrantel are provided orally once a month for heartworm and intestinal parasite prevention Tuesday, 11 May, 2021 11:38AMMedical
A2139696Thursday, 13 May, 2021very sweet in kennel but will not walk on leash, completely pancakes. Thursday, 13 May, 2021 6:9PMBehavior
A2139696Saturday, 15 May, 2021Since Cyrus came in I have been trying different methods to get him to walk outside. Today I had the best success with a harness, but there are some hiccups with it. Primarily, I don't think Cyrus has *ever* worn anything for long. You can dismiss his issues with leads around his neck and chalk it up to his wounds, but the harness causes problems as well. It seems like Cyrus feels oppressed with it on, and walking him can quickly become a challenge. He panics at random intervals, turning and biting the leash, flipping onto his back. As of now he does not seem to be a redirect risk. He truly sees the harness and leash as a separate entity that I'm not in control of, because he often looks back at me as if he's hoping I'll help. He walks if other dogs are nearby, and pretty well at that. He may be dog social and feel more confident when one is around. If it's possible to soft pair him with another dog just as a walking buddy, that may solve the problem. Getting him back to his kennel is an ordeal. I don't want to force him and freak him out, because every time the harness tightens he loses it, but I also can't be outside with him all day while he composes himself. A combination of treats and luck got him back inside in the end - mostly luck. We ran a few laps around the center of Adoptions before he finally decided to dart into his kennel. He seems to seek other dogs for comfort, so be careful with him scooting to close to doors. A lot of his neighbors are barrier reactive/dog aggressive. Honestly if a rescue is looking for a non-aggressive rehab case, this is it. Cyrus is a very sweet boy but he doesn't feel safe at all.Saturday, 15 May, 2021 11:23AMBehavior
A2139696Monday, 17 May, 2021HE WAS DOING FINE AT FIRST. HE WAS EXPLORING THE YARD. THEN HE STRATED TO FOCUS ON MOUNTING. HE IS DIFFICULT TO STEER. HE THEN TIPPED ON A FEMALE THAT HE WAS MOUNTING AND SHE WASN'T REACTIVE TO HIS MOUNTING. Additional Note: Wednesday, 19 May, 2021 11:10AMPlaygroup
A2139696Thursday, 20 May, 2021recheck-injury.- healed wellThursday, 20 May, 2021 5:44PMMedical
A2139696Thursday, 20 May, 20215/20 The harness seems to be working well. Cyrus gave me no issues going out and I was able to walk him around with no issues. It was only up until I was close to the door, where I had some issues. He wanted to greet two dogs nearby and when I began tugging for him to follow, he pancaked over twice. Once the dogs were further away, I slowly walked to the entrance tugging on the leash. He was able to follow back into his run with no issues. coThursday, 20 May, 2021 3:38PMBehavior
A2139696Sunday, 23 May, 2021Sunday, 23 May, 2021 6:58PMNote-Rescblast
A2139696Sunday, 23 May, 2021Meet Cyrus A2139696 4 Years Old. Weighs 57 Lbs. Cyrus arrived at our facilities as a stray. Cyrus is very sweet, playful and loves treats. Cyrus will benefit from a more suitable environment where he can gain self-confidence and learn leash-manners. Cyrus is dog-social, he seems more confident when other dogs are around and seeks other dogs for comfort. If you can help Cyrus find a loving home (maybe even with a sibling!), 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, 23 May, 2021 6:58PMNote
A2139696Thursday, 27 May, 2021Cyrus is improving with his harness. I started taking him to the bone yard because it's kind of a gamble to take him on a walk. Getting him to come inside is either super easy, or a huge pain in the neck. He really wants to be near other dogs and I suspect his intentions are friendly. He walks better when dogs are around him - he just wants to socialize with them. He's biting his leash less when I pull him in a direction he doesn't want to go, too. I even pulled him the rest of the way into his kennel the other day and all he did was put on the brakes. In time, Cyrus should be right as rain on-leash!Thursday, 27 May, 2021 5:35PMBehavior
A2139696Thursday, 27 May, 2021Periodontal Disease- needs extractions This patient is adoptable with a medical release due to suffering from periodontal disease that requires surgery for dental extractions. Unfortunately, most adult dogs and cats have periodontal disease due to the lack of teeth brushing. Halitosis or bad breath is the primary sign of periodontal disease. Dogs' and cats' breath should not have a disagreeable odor. When periodontal disease advances, inability to chew hard food as well as excessive drooling with or without blood may occur. When periodontal disease is not treated, bacteria can continue to reproduce, creating deep pockets under the gum and teeth through bone destruction. If left untreated, periodontal diseases may cause loose painful teeth, tooth loss as well as internal disease. Treatment depends on the severity of disease. Early stages can be treated by teeth cleaning, polishing, application of antimicrobial products that help with plaque accumulation. In more advanced such as this patient, surgery is necessary to treat the affected teeth through specific procedures or extraction. Daily plaque control through tooth brushing is the key to help prevent periodontal disease. Special foods and treats are also available to help control calculus. Some products are approved by the Veterinary Oral Health Council. Any interested adopter must make an appointment with their own veterinarian for evaluation of patient to determine the best course of treatment within 48 hours of adoption. Treatment of all medical conditions affecting this patient currently, or that patient may develop in the future is the adopter's responsibility. Once adopted, any and all bills and expenses incurred relating to this and any other conditions are the responsibility of the adopter. BCAC will not be responsible for any bills or expenses incurred relating to the condition of this patient. Thursday, 27 May, 2021 12:7PMMedical
A2139696Thursday, 27 May, 2021G000620 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 RABVAC: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. Thursday, 27 May, 2021 12:6PMMedical
A2139696Monday, 07 June, 2021i was able to walk Cyrus on leash (using harness) and it was good for awhile, but then he evetually became upset. rolling and trying to get away. once he was calm i walked him back in. i used some treats so i can retrieve my leash. in kennel he is very stressed, paces back and forth alot. especially if other dogs are being walked and he is in kennel. Monday, 07 June, 2021 3:15PMBehavior
A2139696Wednesday, 30 June, 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.Wednesday, 30 June, 2021 4:9PMMedical
A2139696Thursday, 01 July, 2021[BLANK]Thursday, 01 July, 2021 4:50PMMedical
A2139696Monday, 12 July, 2021as far as walking on leash goes, he has improved alot. we continue to use harness. he does not present well in kennel at all. he is very anxious jumping alot barking non stop. i lock other dogs over so it is calmer for him. he walks very well, also enjoys exploring the yard. he still needs improvement with his confidence. it took a long while for him to finally take a treat from my hand and of course he has a bit of "stranger danger". maybe he could use a foster home.Monday, 12 July, 2021 5:13PMBehavior
A2139696Thursday, 15 July, 2021completedThursday, 15 July, 2021 4:25PMMedical
A2139696Friday, 13 August, 2021Cyrus is getting better but still has bad days. Sometimes he walks beautifully and allows me to lead him. Other times he throws toddler tantrums about the slightest tug of the leash. He is intensely food motivated, to the point where I've seen him sniff out a lost treat in tall grass. He'd probably have a ball doing nosework sports. He loves affection. On his bad days I just let him roam a yard and once he's had his fill of sniffing, he'll pop his head from behind the bench for ear scratches.Friday, 13 August, 2021 5:29PMBehavior
A2139696Tuesday, 24 August, 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, 24 August, 2021 4:39PMMedical
A2139696Friday, 27 August, 2021Coughing, expectorating Doxycycline 100mg- 2.5 tabs po q 24 hrs for 10 days (250mg total) Cough tabs 2 po bidFriday, 27 August, 2021 1:16PMMedical
A2139696Monday, 27 September, 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.Monday, 27 September, 2021 4:28PMMedical
A2139696Friday, 01 October, 2021Cyrus has massively improved. He's still a bit bull-headed at times and I prefer letting him roam a yard to walking, but that's only because he *loves* being cuddled once he's done going to the bathroom. After he's satisfied with all the smells and going potty, he comes up and leans on my leg for full body scratches that he absolutely can't get enough of. He's gone from being fearful and stubborn to a sweet, affectionate boy - all he needed was time to come out of his shell.Friday, 01 October, 2021 5:31PMBehavior
A2139696Sunday, 10 October, 2021Cyrus (A2139696) arrived at the shelter on 5/10/21 as a stray as Cyrus is considered a 'long stay' pet at the shelter. Cyrus is very sweet, playful, loves treats, and has been on a lunch buddy date recently in which he did really well! Since his arrival, Cyrus has not adjusted well to the noisy shelter environment as he has been very anxious inside his kennel as he continuously barks, and jumps non-stop. As soon as he is outside he tends to be a calmer dog as he has improved on his walks on the leash, and is an absolute affectionate boy! Cyrus can benefit from training in a more suitable environment where he can gain self-confidence and learn leash-manners. Link to profile: https://petresource.broward.org/ords/pets/r/resourcecenter/24?p32_impoundno=K21-181805&ps32_animal_id=A2139696&ps32_animal_id_1=A2139696&ps32_latitude=26.124353408813477&ps32_longitude=-80.249504089355469&clear=RP If you can help Cyrus find his fur-ever 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, 10 October, 2021 7:16PMRescue
A2139696Monday, 11 October, 2021Small abrasion caudal left thigh, not actively hemorrhaging. Applied Dermalone ointmentMonday, 11 October, 2021 4:5PMMedical
A2139696Thursday, 14 October, 2021Date: 9/30/2021 Dog Name and ID: CYRUS ID# A2139696 Volunteer Name and Phone Number: Roxanne P and Carol Korbar "Lunch" Location: The Fields Irish Pub & Wolf Lake Park "Lunch" Duration: 3.0 hours How did dog do in car? Very good. He needed to be lifted into the backseat. It only took him a minute to calm and sit up right with me in the backseat. He looked out the windows and stayed in place. Once we were on the road he was calm, no panting, no drooling. He adjusted quickly to the car ride and hopped out on his own when at our destinations. How was dog around other people? Excellent. He watched everyone that passed by. One male waiter petted him. He never tried to stray away or jump on anyone. He is well behaved. How was dog near other animals? Excellent. There were no dogs at the restaurant but we went to a park after lunch. There were birds, geese, ducks, squirrels and lizards and Cyrus paid no attention whatsoever to all those animals. We passed a cat, which arched up, but Cyrus looked at the cat but didn't pull toward the cat at all. He ignores the other dogs at the Shelter. He ignored the two dogs we passed at the park. Did dog behave while you were eating? Yes. He stood by our table the entire lunch, and never tried to stray away. We bought him a hamburger which he ate completely. He loves all types of food. He has a big appetite but didn't wolf it down too fast. Did dog beg for food? No. He was eager for food but listened to us when we told him not to jump. He definitely pays attention to your commands. How did dog accept treats? Very good. Gently from your hand. Did anyone show any interest in dog? No. Few people in the restaurant today. Everyone admired him. Did you take photos and videos? Yes, I took 13 photos Did you email photos and videos to: Foster@Broward.org ? Yes I did. Other comments: I love Cyrus. He has come a long way since his arrival to the Shelter. He now walks (or strolls) very well on leash. He is dog social and a chill dog. Cyrus welcomes all types of petting. I stroked his ears, hind legs, face and back, always calm as he enjoyed it. I think Cyrus would be great with a family with children. He likes people. Cyrus is alert and obedient and takes commands or corrections quickly. He sheds very little. He is housebroken. He never barked at all on our entire outing. I feel he would do fine living in an apartmentThursday, 14 October, 2021 12:11PMBehavior
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Condition History

Evaluation DateEvaluation IdentifierConditionCondition Detail / ReasonTime Recorded
Tuesday, 11 May, 2021T21-133834Treatable-RehabilitatableSuperficial wounds/ Abscesses5 months ago