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Snoop URGENTAnimal ID: 103721

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About Snoop URGENT

Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix
Age: Adult
Sex: Male

LOVABLE, BEAUTIFUL SNOOP TO BE KILLED TOMORROW- 10/18/2020 PLEASE SHARE HIM EVERYWHERE FOR A FOSTER OR ADOPTER HURRY! THIS IS HOW A BELOVED WELL BEHAVED WELL MANNERED FAMILY PET'S LIFE WILL END AT THE ACC - completely freaked out, angry at the people whom he thinks are keeping his family away. Why won't Snoop think that? He was part of a family, he slept in the room with his folks, and played gently with the baby who's the same age as him. His family moved and could not take him with them. Unfortunately, beloved pets often do poorly at the ACC. Why? Because they are hurting, they are scared and worried about the family who dumped them. Dogs are like that. They love their humans to a fault. Snoop is a family pet who has had no issues at home. At the ACC he is now deemed a bad dog for being scared, for protecting himself. Snoop doesn't deserve to die like that, surrounded by strangers, scared out of his wits, held down by uncaring people. Please help Snoop find his miracle. Please share Snoop! INTAKE DATE 09/26/2020 SNOOP ID# 103721 BROOKLYN ACC Estimated to be 10 Yrs old, 62 Lbs. UNALTERED MALE, LARGE MIXED BREED OWNER SURR, MOVING MEDICAL BEHAVIOR EVALUATION BEHAVIOR RATING NH ONLY PET PROFILE/ OWNER SURRENDER NOTES Snoop was surrendered due to his owners moving and not being able to take him. He is apparently healthy. Snoop has a bite history - he bit a staff member when they attempted to remove him from his kennel. His behavior challenges include fearfulness/potential for defensive aggression and kennel presence. Basic Information: Snoop is an approximately 10 year old LMB dog that came to the shelter as an owner surrender due to the family moving to a home that does not allow pets. Snoop lived with the family since he was a puppy. Previously lived with: 2 adults 1 10 year old How is this dog around strangers? Snoop is friendly around strangers. How is this dog around children? Snoop lived with a young child in the home who is now 10 years old. He was always relaxed, playful, but gentle with the child. How is this dog around other dogs? Snoop never lived with other dogs but did meet them on leash and played with them. He was described as an exuberant player. How is this dog around cats? This behavior is unknown. Resource guarding: No resource guarding behavior. Bite history prior to entering shelter: None Housetrained: Yes Energy level/descriptors: Medium Other Notes: Snoop does not have any resource guarding behaviors. He does not mind if you touch his food, toys, or treats while he is using them. He is not bothered by being held or restrained. He is not bothered by getting a bath or getting brushed. Has this dog ever had any medical issues? No For a New Family to Know Snoop was described as a friendly, playful and excitable dog with a medium energy level. The owners favorite things about him is that he is playful and likes to cuddle. Snoops favorite things to do are playing, going for walks, and having snacks. When you're home, Snoop tends to follow his people around and from room to room. He loves to play with balls and loves tug. Snoop sleeps in the bedroom with his family. He was fed Natives Pro Health Extension food- 2 cups 1x per day. He loves any kind of treats. Snoop is very well house trained and rarely/never has accidents in the home. When left alone in the home, Snoop is well-behaved. Snoop has never been crated. He knows: sit, come, stay. For exercise, Snoop is used to slow walks on leash, brisk walks on leash, running, jogging and playing in the yard. Behavior Notes: Upon intake, Snoop allowed all handling. MEDICAL EXAM NOTES DOG-DOG: INTAKE BEHAVIOR: Date of intake: 26-Sep-2020 Summary: Allowed for all handling. MEDICAL BEHAVIOR: Date of initial: 27-Sep-2020 IN SHELTER OBSERVATIONS: In the care center, Snoop lunges and snaps at staff memebers when they attempt to remove him from his kennel. These behavior escalated to a bite and hold when a staff member was attempting to place her lead on him. She sustained one puncture and a small tear on her hand. Both toys and treats were offered as a distraction but they quickly lost value to him when he was not taken out of the kennel immediately. Please help this boy he is so scared in the shelter he never had a bite history all his life !! Please save him , the shelter is full , please text or call Kat at 5164573678. He is a very good boy !!! BEHAVIOR DETERMINATION: Recommendations: No children (under 13)

New York


  • Good with Most Dogs
  • Good with Adults (Not Kids)


  • Average Energy
  • Average Temperament


  • Vaccinations Current

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