Regrann from @erindogovich - DILLON
TO BE KILLED – 6/21/2018
Dillon was SUPPOSEDLY found as a STRAY, but when a family found her, #Dillon thought she had finally found her #forever home. She was so happy, but that is not hard for this amazing little girl who is nothing but #wiggly, social, friendly, relaxed, affectionate & super sweet. She is so easy going, soft, gentle, & kind with a big smile on her face & her tail always wagging in welcome.
She really is a TOTAL LOVEBUG! So we can only fault the family who took her in for being so ignorant of #dogs, dog behavior, #dog management, & the simplest thing of all – your dog thinks their yard is their kingdom. Dillon had one bad day, & as a result, she is unfairly facing her death. SHE was enjoying a bath with her #family at the time of the mishap. What we do know about this stunning, SWEETHEART .. she simply knocked her shelter ASSESSMENT out of the park, getting all COVETED 1’s across the board. She is a shelter STAFF FAVORITE. What Dillon needs is a family with a clue – an EXPERIENCED #FOSTER or who will provide her with a STRUCTURED home, a fenced yard, & walk her on a leash when bringing her on walks.
DILLON, ID #30382, @ 3 Yrs. Old, 49.4 lbs. #Brooklyn ACC, Medium Mixed Breed, Tan, Unaltered Female
I came to the shelter as a: STRAY, 6/5/2018
Shelter Assessment Rating: New Hope Rescue Only
Intake Behavior Rating: 2. Blue
AT RISK MEMO: due to behavior concerns; Due to the bite history in addition to lack of known history, we believe Dillon would be best if placed with a rescue partner. THERE have NOT been any incidents with humans or other #dogs in the ACC.
NO MEDICAL CONCERNS at this time.
MEANS OF SURRENDER: Stray, NO known history.
Observed Behavior: Hyper, tolerated handling enlarged vulva
IN SHELTER OBSERVATIONS:: at Acc:
Dillon has been friendly, & sociable to all staff. She is relaxed, affectionate, and displays NO concerning behavior.
Bite history:: On 6/5/18 While receiving a bath in the front yard of the home, Dillon noticed a passerby walking her husky a few feet away. Dillon broke free escaping the yard, and running over biting the woman & her dog. No further