Pet Information

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Pet ID
A2156239
Species
Canine
Pet Name
French Toast
Sex
S
Primary Color
Tan
Secondary Color
White
Breed Group
Mastiff
Microchip / Markings
900139000607824
Pet Size
Med
Age
4 Years

Intake and Outcome Information

Identifier
K21-184952
Intake Date
Sunday, 29 August, 2021
Intake Type
B: Stray/At Large
Outcome Date
-
Outcome Type
-
Kennel/Location No
FOSTER
Found Near
1324 NW 31 WY, LAUDERHILL FL 33311
Last Updated
28 hours ago

Notes

Pet IDReference DateNoteStampNote Type
A2156239Sunday, 29 August, 2021we call her "Frenchie" LB Date 1-16-22 RBMThursday, 27 January, 2022 5:26PMIntake / Outcome
A2156239Sunday, 29 August, 2021Has swollen mammory glands and appeard defensive in field able to leash and vaccinate without issue back at shelter. See restricted notes reguarding possible puppies.Sunday, 29 August, 2021 8:4PMMedical
A2156239Sunday, 29 August, 2021DATE: 08/29/21 19:50 INTAKE: FIELD GREEN Aggression? No If yes, what happened? Level of Fear? High Level of Friendliness? Low Med Microchip: No Initials: MM *Reported to be aggressive by PD on scene, did exhibit some defensive behaviors in the field while guarding property. Able to leash once a familiar person arrived, seemed tense and timid upon return to the shelter. Able to leash in order to remove from truck and to vaccinate. Appeared to have recently had puppies. Warmed up with food/treats and relaxed slightly and allowed her sides and neck to be pat and scratched. Sunday, 29 August, 2021 7:54PMBehavior
A2156239Monday, 30 August, 202108/30/21 11:48 I had a note from the ACO's who brought in A2156239 regarding her behavior in the field and upon arrival to the shelter (see previous memos for more details). When I approached her cage early this AM I noted initial fearful BL (turned head slightly away, moved head down, body position low). I tossed some treats and walked past. I noticed that she readily ate the treats. When I came back again, her BL was more loose (no head turn away, readily looked at me, body position still low). We continued this for about 1 minute and by the end, her BL was loose and wiggly (loose body movement from side to side, low/loose tail wag, body position neutral, face soft) and she was readily engaging with me at the front of the cage and eating treats. A short while later, I brought her to the office to spend some time with her out of the kennel. I observed fearful BL when leashing (head low and turned away, body position low and back, avoiding eye contact, ears back, face more taught), however she tolerated leashing without further issue and we walked outside briefly. She sniffed around, but was hypervigilant with continued fearful BL. Once in the office, she briefly explored, but I noted continued stressed and fearful BL and behavior (pacing, panting, slight trembling initially, no interest in treats or string cheese, no interest in interacting initially, body position low). She moved around the office in this manner for a lot of the session. I did leave briefly and came back and when I came back she chose to stay near me and solicited a very small amount of attention. Still too stressed to eat at this time. Again, she tolerated being leashed well, but was still fearful of the leash when moving her back to her kennel. No issues unleashing, but fearful BL still present. Will add to behavior list to monitor and spend time with. Space, time, and positive associations are going to be helpful to her in being able to feel more comfortable in this environment and with the people she will come into contact with. JJMonday, 30 August, 2021 11:56AMBehavior
A2156239Tuesday, 31 August, 2021Tech Exam History:stray at large, chasing citizens, possibly has puppies. TPR: not able to obtain Physical Examination General Appearance: qar, timid but nice, great appetite Eyes: no abnormalities noted Ears: mod debris au Oral: mild to mod tartar Cardio/Respiratory: no abnormalities noted Musculoskeletal: no abnormalities noted Neurologic: no abnormalities noted Lymphatic: no abnormalities noted Skin: large area of scarring on left side Abdomen: lactating Urogenital: intact female Treatment: 51-100# interceptor po, 24-60# nexgard po Prevention for heartworm and intestinal parasites is provided monthly while in the shelterTuesday, 31 August, 2021 10:43AMMedical
A2156239Wednesday, 01 September, 202109/01/21 14:47 I brought French Toast to my office this AM to check in on her and see how she was doing. When I approached her cage she was sectioned off on the other side for cleaning. When I raised the divider she readily came over to me and approached the front of the cage with loose and wiggly BL (body movements from side to side, low/loose tail wags, face soft). She was easy to leash and walked well outside and to the office. Once in the office she explored briefly and then quickly came up and solicited attention. She continued to solicit attention frequently throughout her time in the office from myself and other staff members who came into the office. I did observe some brief fearful BL if I moved too quickly (lowering of body, cower, tail tucked), but these were brief and she recovered quickly. She did not show any interest in toys during the session, but did readily eat treats. We worked on sitting for treats and she did well with this, although continued work is needed for this to be a reliable behavior. She walked well back to her kennel and no issues unleashing. Will continue to monitor, but happy with the continued progress that I have seen over the past few days. JJWednesday, 01 September, 2021 2:51PMBehavior
A2156239Wednesday, 01 September, 20219/1 Easy to leash and walk. Showed some reactivity to other dogs when I had her out in the play yard. She began barking and running from end to end of the play yard. She was easy to put back as well and gave me no issues. coWednesday, 01 September, 2021 6:26PMBehavior
A2156239Thursday, 02 September, 2021Showing signs of FAS in kennel. Start Trazadone.Thursday, 02 September, 2021 3:48PMMedical
A2156239Friday, 03 September, 2021G000620 Diroban heartworm treatment: first injection. Administered deep IM left lumbar epaxial muscle. Anesthesia was induced using an injectable combination of sedatives Maintenance: endotracheal tube, isoflurane Patient was aseptically prepared for surgery. A ventral midline skin incision was made and extended through subcutaneous tissue and abdominal wall. The ovarian pedicle and uterine body were exteriorized, ligated and inspected for bleeding. The rectus fascia and the subcutaneous tissue were 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 Serial#: 500084 Lot#: 520151 exp: 8/9/22 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. Friday, 03 September, 2021 11:20AMMedical
A2156239Friday, 03 September, 2021This pet has received treatment for Heartworm disease following our FDA approved two-injection treatment protocol for Class 1 disease. While this treatment is 90% effective, it is the adopter's responsibility to have their pet re-tested after 6 months post treatment. The test will be positive for several months after treatment. Continue giving monthly heartworm prevention medications throughout the life of your dog. If the adopted pet retests positive, a repeat series may need to be given at adopter's own veterinarian/expense. Please keep your pet exercise restricted for one month following treatment to reduce chance of a severe complication. 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 at their own veterinarian. BCAC will not be responsible for any bills or expenses incurred relating to the condition of this patient. Friday, 03 September, 2021 11:22AMMedical
A2156239Saturday, 04 September, 2021Diroban heartworm treatment second injection of two-part series. Administered IM deep right lumbar epaxial muscle.Saturday, 04 September, 2021 12:13PMMedical
A2156239Saturday, 04 September, 2021G000620 Heartworm Positive Doxycycline 100mg 2.5 tabs SID x 30 daysFriday, 03 September, 2021 11:21AMMedical
A2156239Sunday, 12 September, 2021SHE HAD LOOSE BODY LANGUAGE IN THE PEN. WHEN SHE ENTERED THE YARD SHE TRIED MOUNTING A MALE WITH HER HACKLES UP WHICH ALMOST CAUSED A SCUFFLE. Additional Note: Wednesday, 15 September, 2021 8:59AMPlaygroup
A2156239Tuesday, 14 September, 2021CIV boosterTuesday, 31 August, 2021 10:44AMMedical
A2156239Wednesday, 15 September, 2021[BLANK]Wednesday, 15 September, 2021 5:54PMMedical
A2156239Monday, 11 October, 2021French Toast (A2156239) arrived at the shelter on 08/29/21 as a stray. Who doesn't like French Toast? This sweet lady truly lives up to her name! She walks great on a leash, and loves to get hugs and treats! French Toast is sure to brighten up your life! Come to our facility or make an appointment to meet her right away! Link to her profile: https://petresource.broward.org/ords/pets/r/resourcecenter/24?p32_impoundno=K21-184952&ps32_animal_id=A2156239&ps32_animal_id_1=A2156239&ps32_latitude=26.124353408813477&ps32_longitude=-80.249504089355469&clear=RP Students, did you know you can earn as many as 80 hours of community service in as little as 1 month by becoming an adoption ambassador! To foster French Toast, Please email: Foster@Broward.org for more information. 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, 09 January, 2022 3:2PMNote-Fostblast
A2156239Thursday, 14 October, 202110/13/2021-I moved French Toast to a viewing room to give her a break from her kennel. On our walk prior to going to the room we went to a yard so that she could run around. She walked great on leash and was easy to remove from her kennel. Once in the yard she sniffed around and urinated, then solicited attention. She continued to solicit attention until we went back inside. Once in her room I observed some hesitant BL (body position slightly back), but she readily explored and this relaxed to a more neutral position quickly. She again readily ate treats and solicited attention. When I observed her throughout the day she was resting and sleeping on the bed most of the time. At the end of the day we went back to a yard where she again urinated. She then got the zoomies and once she had zoomed around for a few minutes, came and solicited attention again. She walked great on leash back to her cage and went in well. JJThursday, 14 October, 2021 10:19AMBehavior
A2156239Sunday, 24 October, 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.Sunday, 24 October, 2021 4:12PMMedical
A2156239Sunday, 14 November, 2021Tapeworms noted by kennel staff. Dose with Praziquantel/DrontalSunday, 14 November, 2021 4:0PMMedical
A2156239Monday, 15 November, 2021Aka: "frenchie" she may not present well in kennel, barks alot especially strangers. outside, she is quiet and gentle. walks very good on leash. enjoys sun and grass. belly / back / shoulder rubs are her favorite. she is a sweet heart. very treat motivated.Monday, 15 November, 2021 5:52PMBehavior
A2156239Monday, 22 November, 2021French is a really sweet, calm dog. She can be a little shy at first meeting, but she warms up quickly. French walks very well on leash. Would be good as an only pet.Monday, 22 November, 2021 6:27PMBehavior
A2156239Tuesday, 14 December, 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, 14 December, 2021 9:38AMMedical
A2156239Friday, 17 December, 2021[BLANK]Saturday, 18 December, 2021 4:57PMMedical
A2156239Wednesday, 19 January, 2022Meet French Toast! (A2156239) 4 Years old & 54 pounds. French Toast arrived at the shelter on 08/29/21 as a stray. Who doesn't like French Toast? Everyone at Animal Care does! French Toast is a staff favorite, and this sweet lady truly lives up to her name! She is very sweet, walks great on a leash, and loves to get hugs and treats! She recently went on a lunch Buddy outing and did amazing! Her lunch buddy foster mentioned she did very well in the car and was people friendly. French Toast is sure to brighten up your life! Come to our facility or make an appointment to meet her right away! Come to our facility or make an appointment to meet this Paw-some pet right away! Wednesday, 19 January, 2022 4:1PMNote-Fostblast
A2156239Thursday, 20 January, 2022This patient is not showing any signs of illness, has no change in body condition and has no reported current medical concerns noted by staff.Thursday, 20 January, 2022 4:12PMMedical
A2156239Thursday, 20 January, 2022Lunch Buddy Date: 01/16/22 Dog Name and ID: French Toast A2156239 "Lunch" Location: Pho Bar in Davie. "Lunch" Duration: 30 minutes 1.)How did dog do in car? -She did well. Every time except for once I had to bribe her in with treats, she would not hop up on her own, and she was hesitant to get out. Perhaps she has not ridden in a car before. But when she got in she was fine and calm. 2.)How was dog around other people? -Fine, a couple of people stopped to pet her. She did see a lady who was taking photos in the park, and when the nice lady approached her she flipped out and jumped back, I don't know why. The lady did not pet her. 3.)How was dog near other animals? -She did not get near any other animals. She saw some ducks from far away and stared at them for a long time. She stops and stares at most people and animals. Oh, she did pass by one tiny unleashed chihuaha and did not care. 4.)Did dog behave while you were eating? -She did beg a bit and I had to push her off of the table a little bit but then she settled down. Fortunately it was a high table. 5.)Did dog beg for food? -see above 6.)How did dog accept treats? -She loves them and grabs them but did not bite me 7.)Did anyone show any interest in dog? -no 8.)Did you take photos and videos?-Yes, videos are attached 9.)Did you email photos and videos to: Foster@Broward.org ? -I will First I took French Toast for a 30 minute walk in a park in Davie. She was very timid and walked nicely next to me on the leash. She did not pull and she did stop a lot to look around and hesitate. Then it started to rain so we went to have lunch. Afterwards, since it was still raining, we went into Home Depot for about an hour. She was very well behaved but again, timid so she stopped to look around and take in her surroundings. She did not ever show any aggression at all. She did not seem to be overly affectionate but did like scratches on her rump. Thursday, 20 January, 2022 7:9PMBehavior
A2156239Wednesday, 26 January, 2022Lunch Buddy Date: 01/23/22 Dog Name and ID: French Toast A2156239 "Lunch" Location: Cheesecake Factory "Lunch" Duration: 60 minutes 1.)How did dog do in car? -Great, last week she would not get in the car without a lot of treat bribes, this time she jumped right in and out 2.)How was dog around other people? -timid, but was happy to get pets and scratches. She did not feel comfortable close to people until I gave them a treat to give to her. 3.)How was dog near other animals? -I did not let her get close to other dogs, but we saw many of them and she did not really care. One big dog barked right in her face and she did not react. 4.)Did dog behave while you were eating? -She begs a little bit. 5.)Did dog beg for food? -yes 6.)How did dog accept treats? -she loves them 7.)Did anyone show any interest in dog? -many people 8.)Did you take photos and videos? -yes, youtube videos below 9.)Did you email photos and videos to: Foster@Broward.org ? -I will 10.)Other comments: -We took a 30 minute walk along the new river and visited a crowded festival and walked among the people. she was a bit hesitant but overall fine. We walked along crowded Las olas sidewalk and she was fine. We then had lunch and then went to a coffee house. Many people asked about the program and wanted to pet her. She does not warm up to strangers but will after they give her a treat. This was my second week in a row with her and I can tell that she trusts me more and is comfortable around me now. She stayed close to me. In the back of my car she was rolling around like a happy dog. I am not sure how she would be with a busy family but I think she would make an excellent companion for a quieter family or single person. She never barked or showed aggression. She does not pull on the leash and does not do excessive stopping and sniffing, she walks very nicely. Wednesday, 26 January, 2022 1:35PMBehavior
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Condition History

Evaluation DateEvaluation IdentifierConditionCondition Detail / ReasonTime Recorded
Tuesday, 31 August, 2021T21-171844HealthyNo adverse health conditions5 months ago