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Female Adult American Pit Bull Terrier

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11/30/20 16:49Reason animal needs rescue: skin infection, small firm swelling on backType: MedicalDate animal needs rescue by: (date removed KAT)Impound type: StrayAdditional notes: on owner holdKVuong12/03/20 11:34Also coughing, fractured incisor.SharonO12/7/20 21:54(date removed KAT)LG12/14/20 07:52(date removed KAT)12/16/20 18:11Kennel cough resolved.SharonO12/17/20 08:57(date removed KAT)12/21/20 15:48(date removed KAT)12/23/20 16:33(date removed KAT)12/28/20 10:27Skin has not improved with treatment thus far.SharonO12/28/20 10:58(date removed KAT)-No commitments or interests.....12/30/20 13:49Skin mass removed, awaiting lab results. Incisor extracted.KTyson01/04/21 10:22Mass on back was benign.KTyson

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Name
@*CLEO
Age
Adult
Gender
Female
Size
Large
Shots up to date
Not Sure
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Housetrained
Not Sure
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
Not Sure
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!*GOOSE

American Pit Bull Terrier

Hello Human! I am Goose.I am a sweet boy looking for my Maverick. If you are looking for a sweet, low key boy, I am your guy!I am curren... show more

Hello Human! I am Goose.I am a sweet boy looking for my Maverick. If you are looking for a sweet, low key boy, I am your guy!I am currently accepting scheduled adoption visits. If you`re interested in meeting me to see if we are a match, then please email my friends @ sjadopt@sanjoseca.gov ; I am accepting appointments on a `first available, first serve` basis.When you email please include my ID # A1194315 your name, phone number, and date(s) and time(s) you`re available to visit me.11/16/20 19:04Reason animal needs rescue: Surrendered by owner due to not getting along with other dogs and cats. At shelter able to take out of kennel on leash, dog is focused on environment. Able to pet, with more invasive handling, body stiffens and dog lip licks. When meeting subbmissive female dog approaches wagging and sniffs without problem. When meeting pushy male dog, air snapps to give warning when approached frontal then walks away. Needs further evaluation for handling and affiliation.Type: Behavior>Date animal needs rescue by: date removed * AVegaImpound type: OSm.kameda11/19/20 09:32Passing behavior. Takes time to warm up but able to complete invasive handling. With male handler does approach with time. When seeing another dog at a distance avoids and stays close to handler. When helper dog attempts to engage does a growl then avoids. AVega01/04/21 13:39Need rescue for having discharge from both eyes.KVuong01/06/21 09:33Eye discharge resolved.KTyson show less

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+JASPER

Domestic Short Hair

01/14/21 06:23Hi, I am available for adoption at PetSmart on 185 Curtner Ave San Jose. Viewing hours are 10 am - 3 pmThis cat tested pos... show more

01/14/21 06:23Hi, I am available for adoption at PetSmart on 185 Curtner Ave San Jose. Viewing hours are 10 am - 3 pmThis cat tested positive for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV), a disease of cats, commonly transmitted through bites and is similar to human HIV/AIDS. There is no cure for FIV. The test used was an ELISA SNAP test which can include positive results in a cat that is not infected. The adopter should consult their veterinarian regarding confirmatory testing by Western Blot. FIV is only contagious to other felines and cannot be transmitted to humans. However, because cats with FIV may have suppressed immune systems, they are not recommended for people with compromised immune systems. Cats with FIV are vulnerable to a number of secondary infections and/or cancer and should therefore visit a veterinarian for a check-up twice a year and be kept current on any preventive care recommended (including vaccines, parasite control, and labwork). Cat with FIV should be brought to a veterinarian immediately if showing any sign of illness. In some cats, FIV can ultimately be fatal and some cats have a normal lifespan without showing any symptoms. The adopter will need to keep the cat indoors only to avoid the risk of secondary infections and to prevent the spread of FIV to other cats in the community. As with any adoption, further medical expenses sought out after adoption are at the cost of the adopter. show less