DORIS – A1107504
Safe - 4-2-2017 Manhattan
DORIS – A1107504
SPAYED FEMALE, TAN, POMERANIAN MIX, 10 yrs
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, HOLD RELEASED Reason STRAY
Intake condition GERIATRIC Intake Date 03/31/2017, From NY 10305, DueOut Date 04/03/2017,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary scan positive 10 yo FS Pomeranian stray brought to SiACC yesterday afternoon, CBC/Chem showed mild non regen anemia, mild neutrophilia, thrombocytosis, panhyprotenemia, hypoCa (r/o secondary to hypoalbuminemia) very sweet, calm TPR WNL BCS 1/9 mildly hydrated EENT: Eyes clear, ears clean, no nasal discharge noted Oral Exam: significant dental calculi, gingival rescession on canines PLN: No enlargements noted, pitting edema in hindlimbs H/L: NMA, CRT < 2, pink tacky mm, mildly increased lung sounds, eupnic ABD: severe turgid abd distension U/G: spayed female MSI: Ambulatory x 4, short clipped hair coat, pitting edema on ventral thorax and hindlimbs CNS: mentation appropriate – no signs of neurologic abnormalities Rectal: not performed, diarrhea seen Assessment neoplasia vs cardiac disease vs other severe abdominal effusion protein loosing enterophathy vs other emaciation mild dehydration Plan Abd Rads: loss of serosal detail, sever abd distension, gas and food outlined in stomach and small amount of gas within colon, remainder of abd detail not visible Thoc rads: no cardiomegaly, mild generalised increase opacity in lungs abdominocentesis
A volunteer writes:
She is such a tiny gal and she she has drawn so much love from everyone who got to meet her. She is a little ball of fiery light in her kennel.Her eyes are huge and dark. Her coat felt like velvet. She is not afraid of my hand making its way to her head and accepts my caresses. I scoop her carefully, making sure not to hurt her large belly and swollen legs. She looks at me so gently. I love her already. Doris is a good walker and does a few laps through the care center hallways which gives her the opportunity to relieve herself. She does not object to pictures taking and welcomes more petting from staff, her tail wagging and speaking her feelings…Doris is a great little gal who so deserves your attention and your love. She will need the help of a veterinarian to bring her health up to speed. Come and meet our Doris at the Manhattan Care Center and make her yours.
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