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Female Adult American Pit Bull Terrier

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06/16/21 12:30Reason animal needs rescue: Focused, vocalizing and pulling leash towards helper dog, hard to re-directType: BEHAVIORDate animal needs rescue by: 06/22Impound type ConfiscateAdditional notes: Able to take outside of the kennel, able to pet and complete handling. Once seeing helper dog is no longer interseted in handler, focused, vocailzing and pulling leash towards, hard to re-direct. Helper dog starts to mirror similar behavior, ceased interaction. Needs another introduction with helper dog AVega06/18/21 10:11Fence fights with mutiple dogs when passing by the kennel. In the enclosure, jumps up and is barking. When coming close to handler attempts to mouth on leash. With time settles and explores the environment. Able to complete invasive handling, tolerates petting but does not seek affection. When seeing another dog being walked by a volunteer pulls on leash, alarm barks and is vocal. When seeing helper dog (placebo/fake dog) pins down and begins to bite mutiple times on the neck and nose. Hard to re-direct off . When placed back in the kennel continues to fence fight with other dogs. AVega06/23/21 12:05Extracted discolored canine tooth.KTyson07/08/21 17:46Started to exhibit kennel stress.C.O-CHA, DVM

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Spayed / Neutered
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