!!! Located at ACCT Philly, 111 W Hunting Park Avenue, Philadelphia PA !!!Jumper A44092457Intake Type: (3/29) Stray -- Police Drop Off Videos:Jumper Getting Dusty! -- https://photos.app.goo.gl/YhiV1jcx298cyYtw5Weight: 72lbsMedical Observation:(4/3) Vet Check -- Incision and sutures intact one day post-op. Patient appears comfortable and is fully weight bearing. Monitor and remove sutures in 9 days. (4/2) Vet Check -- Patient was in a dog fight that led to multiple puncture wounds, including a punch on the right front paw that hit an artery, resulting in significant hemorrhage. Patient was sedated, puncture wounds were scrubbed with chlorhexidine on the pad/iodine on the face and wounds were thoroughly flushed with sterile saline. A cruciate suture was placed with 4-0 nylon suture in the paw puncture and a pressure bandage was applied for 20 minutes post-op. When removed, no bleeding or swelling was observed from the puncture. Submitting coag, CBC and chem to assess for underlying causes for severe bleed. (3/29) PE: Hair thinning around tailBehavior Observation:(4/19) Per Staff --Jumper is easily leashed and removed from kennel with tail wagging. He pulls slightly through shelter and through parking lot. In yard, spends a few minutes exploring, urinating and defecating before checking in with handler for affection. Allows handling and pets all over with a loose body and tail wagging. Shows no interest in toys in yard. Pulls slightly into shelter. Allowed time in office. After a few minutes of exploring, settles onto dog bed to enjoy a peanut butter sandwich and stuffed toy. Easily returned to kennel and leash easily removed.(4/15) Per Staff -- Easy to leash, pulls moderate on leash, allows all handling, solicits attention from handler.(4/3) Per Vet Staff -- Friendly and tolerant (4/2) Per Vet Staff -- Friendly prior to sedation(3/29) Per Lifesaving -- calm, sweet, allows all handling ++Bite Details++(4/2) Aco's dropped off Jumper at location. Foster went to take the dog for a walk around outside when he spotted another person who lives in her building with their dog. Jumper pulled her, attacked the other dog, neighbors had to squirt with water to get him to release and then reactive bit the owner of that dog. Police were called to the scene and served her with a citation for the attack. Aco's came back and received Jumper from her to return to the shelter.This animal may be available through ACCT Philly's Adoption Program. As this pet goes through the shelter processes, medical and behavior information are updated here! They may become specially promoted for Events or our Adoptions Programs, or may require transfer through our Love Local ProgramTo view our list of adoptable animals, please visit http://www.acctphilly.org/adopt/.To learn more about our Love Local Program, please visit http://www.acctphilly.org/programs/lovelocal/.Is this your missing pet? If you believe so, please make sure to follow the instructions listed at http://www.acctphilly.org/lostpet/ so that we can make sure that you are reunited as soon as possible! as more information is known.We are the Animal Control facility for Philadelphia, and we are open for adoption, foster and rescue placement Monday through Friday from 1pm to 7pm, Weekends and Holidays from 10 am to 5pm.