Pet Information

Pet Image
Pet ID
A2157478
Species
Canine
Pet Name
Curry
Sex
N
Primary Color
Brown
Secondary Color
-
Breed Group
Pointer
Microchip / Markings
900139000607348
Pet Size
Large
Age
5 Years

Intake and Outcome Information

Identifier
K21-185112
Intake Date
Sunday, 05 September, 2021
Intake Type
B: Stray/At Large
Outcome Date
-
Outcome Type
-
Kennel/Location No
175-E03
Found Near
1205 NW 3 ST, FORT LAUDERDALE FL 33311
Last Updated
2 days ago

Notes

Pet IDReference DateNoteStampNote Type
A2157478Sunday, 05 September, 2021[BLANK]Sunday, 05 September, 2021 1:19PMMedical
A2157478Sunday, 05 September, 2021DATE: 9/5/21 INTAKE: FIELD YELLOW Aggression? No If yes, what happened? Level of Fear? High Level of Friendliness? Med Microchip: no Initials: 3196 Sunday, 05 September, 2021 11:45AMBehavior
A2157478Sunday, 05 September, 2021Abrasion on convex postion of right ear with fibrous drained 5mL blood from ear. Inflammation on ear canal.Sunday, 05 September, 2021 2:52PMMedical
A2157478Sunday, 05 September, 2021[BLANK]Sunday, 05 September, 2021 1:56PMMedical
A2157478Sunday, 05 September, 2021[BLANK]Sunday, 05 September, 2021 4:40PMMedical
A2157478Thursday, 09 September, 2021Vet recheck ear- left ear pinna fibrosed. Right ear- small hematoma near baseFriday, 10 September, 2021 4:21PMMedical
A2157478Sunday, 12 September, 202109/12/21 16:04 I brought Curry into the office to get a general assessment of his behavior at this current time since he came in with Conan and there were concerns noted by kennel staff. When I approached his cage he readily came to the front with loose and wiggly BL. He placed his head through the slip lead readily and walked well back to the office (urinated outside on the walk back). I did observe some reactive type behaviors towards the other dogs while walking down the aisle (piloerection down dorsum, stiff, body position and ears forward, bark, movement towards). Once in the office his BL became slightly fearful (tail slightly tucked, BL low, head low), but this changed to neutral within a minute. He readily explored and ate treats that were sprinkled on the ground. After about 10 minutes he came up and solicited some attention. I did a petting consent test and he solicited attention once more and then took a break. He came back several minutes later and solicited more attention. As the session progressed, he continued to solicit more and more attention with loose and wiggly BL. He paced for a bit, but then laid down on the blankets and rested here for quite some time. He walked well back to his kennel, but I again noted the same reactive type behavior towards other dogs while walking down the aisle. JJSunday, 12 September, 2021 4:9PMBehavior
A2157478Sunday, 12 September, 2021HE WAS SEXUALLY MOTIVATED WITH FEMALES, BUT YOU CAN STEER HIM. WHEN ANOTHER MALE ENTERED THE PEN HE WAS REACTIVE AND I WAS NOT ABLE TO STEER HIM AWAY. I SENT HIM FOR A WALK. Additional Note: Wednesday, 15 September, 2021 8:45AMPlaygroup
A2157478Tuesday, 21 September, 2021THIS ANIMAL HAS BEEN APPROVED FOR SAME DAY SURGERY PICK UP. ADOPTER IS AWARE THAT THIS ANIMAL WILL/MAY HAVE RESIDUAL SIDE EFFECTS FROM ANESTHESIA. THIS INCLUDES (BUT NOT LIMITED TO) DILATED/CONSTRICTED PUPILS, UNSTEADY WALK, AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR, & POSSIBLE VOMITING. ADOPTER WILL MONITOR THEIR ANIMAL THROUGHOUT THIS PERIOD. ALL FURTHER TREATMENTS/EXPENSES THAT MAY ARISE THROUGHOUT THIS RECOVERY PERIOD ARE THE RESPONSIBILTY OF THE ADOPTER AT THEIR OWN VET. BCAC WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE. ADOPTER ACKNOWLEDGES THAT BCAC DOES NOT OFFER AFTER HOURS CARE. Post-Surgical Care Instructions: Anesthesia can cause nausea and vomiting, we suggest that you only offer your pet ½ of his or her normal meal size post-surgery. Normal feeding should continue the following day. Keep your pet calm. Patients' recovering from surgery should have limited exercise. No running, jumping, bathing, climbing on furniture, playing with other pets or with humans, or other strenuous activities for 10-14 days. Remember to keep your pet indoors, it is crucial to avoid possible infection. Walk your pet on a leash to allow him/her to urinate or defecate and do not take your pet for long walks during this time. Check the incision site daily for swelling, redness or discharge. Any swelling should be minimal and resolve within 48 hours. A small amount of yellow-orange discharge is normal the first 48 hours. If there is yellow-green discharge, excessive swelling or bruising, or a large amount of blood, please seek veterinary care immediately. Do not allow your pet to lick his or her incision site. If an E-collar was provided it must stay on pet at all times for 10 days. Failure to do so may result in infection, dehiscence (opening of surgical site) and the need for further surgical attention. If sutures are present on incision, they are due to be removed 10 days after surgery. Thank you for adopting!Tuesday, 21 September, 2021 10:59AMMedical
A2157478Tuesday, 21 September, 2021G000517 **ears are good, just has old scarring and cauliflowered -- no infection present** Anesthesia was induced using an injectable combination of sedatives Patient was aseptically prepared for surgery. An incision was made on the scrotum over each testicle. The left and right testicles were exteriorized, and the spermatic cords ligated and inspected for bleeding. 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. Tuesday, 21 September, 2021 11:18AMMedical
A2157478Monday, 27 September, 2021Very excited when I went to take him out of his kennel. I cued him to sit and tried using treats to lure him into the sit position, but he wouldn't and proceeded to jump on me. Once he got down I was able to put a leash on him. He pulled me towards the door to go outside, but once we were outside he did seem to calm down a bit and was easy to walk. It was a lot easier bringing him back into his kennel once he was able to release some of his energy.Monday, 27 September, 2021 6:31PMBehavior
A2157478Monday, 04 October, 2021good on leash, but do not get too close to other dogs, he is very reactive. shows hackles and immediately runs in their direction. usually very calm, and housebroken. could not hand feed treats, but is very treat motivated. does not know any cues (sit, or paw). Monday, 04 October, 2021 4:3PMBehavior
A2157478Tuesday, 26 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.Tuesday, 26 October, 2021 9:35AMMedical
A2157478Monday, 15 November, 2021Curry is a very sweet boy. great on leash. housebroken not good with sit, and does not take treats nice. he is usually very calm, gets very excited and jumpy for food. Curry must be only pet in homeMonday, 15 November, 2021 6:27PMBehavior
A2157478Sunday, 21 November, 2021Curry - A2157478 5 Yrs. old & 46 lbs. Curry (A2157478) arrived at the shelter on 09/05/21 as a stray. Curry is a sweet boy who walks great on the leash, is housebroken, and is generally a very calm dog but he can get very excited for treats! Curry prefers to be the only dog in the home. Please help Curry find a good home soon as Curry is ready for a new beginning! Will you be the one to change his life fur-ever??? To help this pet find the fur-ever loving home it seeks, please contact: Rescue@Broward.org or ACADadoptions@Broward.org Link to virtual kennel: (you may have to copy and paste the link to your device browser as the link might not work if you click on it) https://petresource.broward.org/ords/pets/r/resourcecenter/population (Site may be down due to maintenance, if so, please check back later.) 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. #BrowardCountyAnimalCare Sunday, 21 November, 2021 2:57PMRescue-Rescblast
A2157478Monday, 29 November, 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, 29 November, 2021 3:57PMMedical
A2157478Monday, 29 November, 2021Curry is a very sweet dog. He walks great on leash. Curry is affectionate and loves to have his belly rubbed. He would do great as an only pet.Monday, 29 November, 2021 6:5PMBehavior
A2157478Saturday, 01 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.Saturday, 01 January, 2022 9:44AMMedical
A2157478Saturday, 22 January, 2022**2nd Rescue Post** Meet Curry! (A2157478) 5 Years Old & 46 pounds. Curry arrived at the shelter on 09/05/21 as a stray. Curry is a sweet boy who walks great on the leash, is housebroken, and is generally a very calm dog but he can get very excited for treats! Curry prefers to be the only dog in the home. Curry has been with us for quite some time already and we feel he has been overlooked far too many times! We feel he would be a great addition to any home! So what are you waiting for? Come to our facility or make an appointment to meet this Paw-some pet right away! Saturday, 22 January, 2022 6:4PMRescue-Rescblast
A2157478Saturday, 22 January, 2022Meet Curry! (A2157478) 5 Years Old & 46 pounds. Curry arrived at the shelter on 09/05/21 as a stray. Curry is a sweet boy who walks great on the leash, is housebroken, and is generally a very calm dog but he can get very excited for treats! Curry prefers to be the only dog in the home. So what are you waiting for? Come to our facility or make an appointment to meet this Paw-some pet right away! Saturday, 22 January, 2022 5:56PMNote-Fostblast
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