Pet Information

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Pet ID
A2157500
Species
Canine
Pet Name
Rogan
Sex
N
Primary Color
Red
Secondary Color
White
Breed Group
Mastiff
Microchip / Markings
900139000606055
Pet Size
Large
Age
4 Years

Intake and Outcome Information

Identifier
K21-185134
Intake Date
Saturday, 04 September, 2021
Intake Type
B: Stray/At Large
Outcome Date
-
Outcome Type
-
Kennel/Location No
180-60
Found Near
2620 NW 6 ST, POMPANO BEACH FL 33069
Last Updated
10 days ago

Notes

Pet IDReference DateNoteStampNote Type
A2157500Sunday, 05 September, 2021DATE: 09/05/21 INTAKE: FIELD GREEN Aggression? No If yes, what happened? Level of Fear? Low Level of Friendliness? Med High Microchip: NO Initials: 3187 Sunday, 05 September, 2021 5:47PMBehavior
A2157500Sunday, 05 September, 2021Tech Exam History:stray from Pompano AC, injured AS, resource guarded during exam. Staff noted possibly animal aggressive as well. TPR: not able to obtain Physical Examination General Appearance: bar, good appetite, food aggressive, injured AS Eyes: no abnormalities noted Ears: 2 wounds and 2 lacerations to inner AS pinna, dried blood collected inside opening to ear canal Oral:pink mm Cardio/Respiratory: no abnormalities noted Musculoskeletal: no abnormalities noted Neurologic: no abnormalities noted Lymphatic: no abnormalities noted Skin: several scars on face, ears, front and hind limbs. Abdomen: no abnormalities noted Urogenital: intact male Treatment: K9 Influenza SQ L shoulder, sedated with .6 TKX IM L thigh for ear cleaning and treamtent, 1ml Metacam (5mg/ml) SQ L shoulder, cleaned injured area with diluted chlorahex solution and applied Panalog to area. Prevention for heartworm and intestinal parasites is provided monthly while in the shelterTuesday, 07 September, 2021 1:48PMMedical
A2157500Sunday, 05 September, 2021[BLANK]Sunday, 05 September, 2021 7:8PMMedical
A2157500Sunday, 05 September, 2021DATE: 09/07/21 INTAKE: tech yellow Aggression? yes If yes, what happened? as soon as we entered exam room, he smelled a can of dog food on counter and jumped up to get the can of food. When I approached him to remove him from can of food, he braced himself on the counter and began deep growling and showing teeth. Once dog food was removed, he calmed down, but did approach the same area once during exam and strated growling even though the food was gone. Level of Fear? high- after resource guarding he began trembling and cowering. Level of Friendliness? Med Microchip: none found Initials: JAR Tuesday, 07 September, 2021 1:58PMBehavior
A2157500Wednesday, 08 September, 2021HE WAS SEXUALLY MOTIVATED. HE ENTERED THE YARD AND IMMEDIATELY STARTED TO MOUNT WHOEVER WAS CLOSE TO HIM. I COULD NOT STEER HIM. I SENT HIM FOR A WALK INSTEAD. Additional Note: Thursday, 09 September, 2021 8:56AMPlaygroup
A2157500Tuesday, 21 September, 2021DATE:09/21/21 GREEN Aggression? No If yes, what happened? Level of Fear? Low Level of Friendliness?Med Initials:WC Took Rogan out today. He is a puller on the leash when he first gets out. He needs some training. It also appears he does not like his own reflection. So he is probably dog reactive although iwhen I put him back in his kennel he walked but the other dogs with out issue. Tuesday, 21 September, 2021 9:42AMNote
A2157500Thursday, 23 September, 202109/23/21 14:13- I brought Rogan to the office today to spend some time with him and assess his behavior at the moment due to reports from staff of him being very reactive to his own reflection and also some reactive type behaviors (barking, stiffening, lunging growling, snarling) at other dogs when walking in/out of kennel and in kennel. When I approached his cage he was resting on his kuranda on the front side, but readily approached with loose and wiggly BL and ate a treat. I leashed him and we walked out without any observation of reactive type behaviors towards the other dogs. We went to the bone yard first as this is where saff has been seeing the behavior with his reflection due to the windows. He sniffed around for a bit and urinated. I observed neutral BL and he continued to do this and eat treats that I tossed. After a few minutes, he suddenly lunged hitting the glass window and continued growling and lip curling. I was unable to get him to stop for treats or by calling him away. I was able to leash him and walk him away, however, he continued to focus on the spot where he saw his reflection and growl with stiff body posture, piloerection, and hyperfocus. Once we got into the hallway, he recovered quickly and BL was again neutral. We walked back outside so that he could go to the bathroom if needed on the way to the office. He was neutral for most of the walk and did try to catch a few lizards which he became focused on quickly. Again, I had to walk him away and out of view of where he saw the lizards to get him to stop hyperfocusing, but he then recovered normally. Upon approaching the door to the building I forgot that it is similarly reflective like the windows. When we got close he suddenly lunged hitting the glass, again body still, piloerection, snarling, growling, and hyperfocused. I had to get him into the hallway for him to be able to stop focusing on the reflection and recover. Once in the office he sniffed around and explored. His BL was fairly neutral, sometimes loose, but there were quick suble changes that I would observe occasionally (slight stiffen in face/body, quick pauses) which lead me to believe that he was possibly conflicted about interacting with me (would come up and solicit attention by setting head in lap or leaning in, would be briefly and would often resolicit attention, but then would observe these sublte changes and would stop). Continued in next memo...JJThursday, 23 September, 2021 2:23PMBehavior
A2157500Thursday, 23 September, 20219/23/2021-Continued from previous memo...On our walk back to his kennel, we walked inside to avoid walking near areas where he may see his reflection and did not have any issues. We passed a few people and he didn't pay them much attention and BL remained neutral. When we walked down the aisleway to his kennel he did display reactive type behaviors (lunging, snarling, growling, stiff body, piloerection down dorsum) towards the dogs we passed. Once in the kennel, BL became neutral again. No issues unleashing. I am concerned about the response to his reflection as it is abnormal and a significant response. Will add to behavior list and discuss with panel. JJThursday, 23 September, 2021 2:27PMBehavior
A2157500Monday, 27 September, 2021Coughing, bilateral mucopurulent nasal discharge. Start Doxycycline, monitor appetite and clinical progression.Monday, 27 September, 2021 8:54AMMedical
A2157500Friday, 01 October, 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 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. 5. Keep e-collar on at all times for 10 days following surgery. Friday, 01 October, 2021 10:43AMMedical
A2157500Friday, 01 October, 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!Friday, 01 October, 2021 10:44AMMedical
A2157500Friday, 01 October, 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. Friday, 01 October, 2021 10:44AMMedical
A2157500Sunday, 03 October, 2021Rogan (A2157500) arrived at the shelter on 9/4/21 as a stray. When Rogan arrived at the shelter, he was fearful, and began trembling and cowering. Rogan has not adjusted well to shelter life since his arrival as he does not open up right away, and fears his OWN reflection! Rogan obviously had a rough past, and now needs to leave the shelter immediately! Rogan prefers to be the only pet in the home. Rogan does well on walks, and takes treats well. As you may have guessed, with the right environment, and TLC from a responsible owner, Rogan may find the peace that he is looking for and finally let his guard down, and start opening up again. Will you be the one to change his life Fur-ever??? To help Rogan find his fur-ever home, please contact 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, 26 December, 2021 2:3PMRescue-Rescblast
A2157500Wednesday, 06 October, 2021Swollen scrotum Metacam 50 pound dose once daily (1.5ml of 1.5mg/ml oral solution) POWednesday, 06 October, 2021 5:38PMMedical
A2157500Tuesday, 12 October, 202110/12/21 16:35-A volunteer noted that during her interactions with Rogan today that he loves treats and enjoyed laying the bushes during their walk. She did note that he wasn't too keen on going back into his kennel, but that he did do so for treats. JJTuesday, 12 October, 2021 4:36PMBehavior
A2157500Thursday, 21 October, 2021PE: Ears: inflamed canals and pinnae, right base on concave pinna erosion Skin: ventral to right ear multifocal pinpoint erosions, paws erythema Assessment- otitis externa Treatment- otic pack bilateral infusion, dexamethasone 3ml sq (2mg/ml), nexgard po, applied panalog Recheck 7 days, if not better skin,ear cytology, etcThursday, 21 October, 2021 4:39PMMedical
A2157500Thursday, 28 October, 2021Recheck ears and skin. Perform cytology if not improvedThursday, 21 October, 2021 4:39PMMedical
A2157500Friday, 12 November, 2021**2nd Rescue Post** Rogan - A2157500 4 yrs. old & 50 lbs. Rogan (A2157500) arrived at the shelter on 9/4/21 as a stray. When Rogan arrived at the shelter, he was fearful, and began trembling and cowering. Rogan has not adjusted well to shelter life since his arrival as he does not open up right away and fears his OWN reflection! Rogan obviously had a rough past, and now needs to leave the shelter immediately! Rogan prefers to be the only pet in the home. Rogan does well on walks and takes treats well. As you may have guessed, with the right environment, and TLC from a responsible owner, Rogan may find the peace that he is looking for and finally let his guard down and start opening up again. Will you be the one to change his life Fur-ever??? Link to profile: (you may have to copy and paste the link to your device browser as the link might not work if you click it) https://petresource.broward.org/ords/pets/r/resourcecenter/24?p32_impoundno=K21-185134&ps32_animal_id=A2157500&ps32_animal_id_1=A2157500&ps32_latitude=26.124353408813477&ps32_longitude=-80.249504089355469&clear=RP To help this pet find the fur-ever loving home it seeks, please contact: Rescue@Broward.org or ACADadoptions@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. #BrowardCountyAnimalCare Sunday, 26 December, 2021 2:3PMRescue-Rescblast
A2157500Friday, 19 November, 2021Pruritic Apoquel 16mg- 3/4 tab POFriday, 19 November, 2021 1:4PMMedical
A2157500Sunday, 19 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.Sunday, 19 December, 2021 9:56AMMedical
A2157500Saturday, 01 January, 2022Rogan is so dog aggressive that he will attack his own reflection. Getting him back inside with the new reflective coating on the doors is an adventure, to say the least. Otherwise he walks rather well, but is extremely stubborn. Letting him roam a yard was a mistake because he does not want to come back out, and it takes a lot of coaxing. He likes to sit in the sun. Someone with no other pets and a big, sunny back yard will probably love him. He's affectionate and totally fine with people.Saturday, 01 January, 2022 8:35AMBehavior
A2157500Wednesday, 05 January, 2022Pruritic Apoquel 16mg- 3/4 tab POWednesday, 05 January, 2022 11:50AMMedical
A2157500Sunday, 09 January, 2022**3rd Rescue Post** Rogan - A2157500 4 yrs. old & 50 lbs. Rogan (A2157500) arrived at the shelter on 9/4/21 as a stray. When Rogan arrived at the shelter, he was fearful, and began trembling and cowering. Rogan has not adjusted well to shelter life since his arrival as he does not open up right away and fears his OWN reflection! Rogan obviously had a rough past, and now needs to leave the shelter immediately! Rogan prefers to be the only pet in the home. Rogan does well on walks and takes treats well. As you may have guessed, with the right environment, and TLC from a responsible owner, Rogan may find the peace that he is looking for and finally let his guard down and start opening up again. Will you be the one to change his life Fur-ever??? Wednesday, 12 January, 2022 12:23PMRescue-Rescblast
A2157500Thursday, 13 January, 2022Shaking head. Brown exudate both ears, mildly inflamed Applied otipack both ears. Recheck ears two weeksFriday, 14 January, 2022 4:29PMMedical
A2157500Friday, 04 February, 2022Continue apoquel if indicated. Recheck earsFriday, 14 January, 2022 4:29PMMedical
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Condition History

Evaluation DateEvaluation IdentifierConditionCondition Detail / ReasonTime Recorded
Sunday, 05 September, 2021T21-174098Treatable-RehabilitatableSuperficial wounds/ Abscesses5 months ago