JACK JACK – A1067044
Rescue: Looking Glass Animal Rescue
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JACK JACK – A1067044
***Vaginal Prolapse NEEDS FOLLOW UP VET CARE***NEW HOPE RESCUE PLACEMENT ASAP***
FEMALE, French / English Bulldog mix, 3 yrs
OS – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason PET HEALTH
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 03/08/2016, From NY 11418, DueOut Date 03/08/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary Scan: negative; Sex: female; Approx 2-3yr; S/O: BARH, active, friendly, great appetite. Mild serous nasal discharge. Gingivitis. R ear patch of dermatitis, mild dark debris AU. Underweight, BCS 3/9. Chronic Vaginal prolapse, dry necrotic tissue at distal end, approx 10 cm exposed vaginal mucosa. Owner reports has been this way two months. Mucosal surface is dry and dirty from outdoor housing. Heart/Lung auscult.: WNL. NOSF.
A: Vaginal prolapse, chronic. P: Unable to reduce due to condition of tissue. Cleaned w/ warm water and diluted dawn soap. Applied 50% dextrose, then applied otibiotic.
Recommend NH placement ASAP for veterinary care. Consultation w. soft tissue surgeon needed for potential surgical correction and reduction of vaginal prolapse.
Permanent waiver from surgery at ACC due to medical condition. Prognosis: Fair
Jack Jack is a 3 year old Bulldog. His owner had got her from a farm and has been in their care for 3 years. She is being surrendered into our facility due to owner no being able to continue care. Jack Hack has a vaginal prolapsed.
Around strangers she is friendly and outgoing. She is playful and gentle with adults and children. He has been around other dogs and has been relaxed and playful. There is no known history of her biting another person or animal.
Behavior is unknown during firework and storms. She isn’t bothered when her food bowl is touched nor when treats or objects are being taken away. Enjoys having her coat brushed; and when unfamiliar people approach you or the home she isn’t bothered.
FOR A NEW FAMILY TO KNOW
Jack Jack is described as being friendly and playful with a high activity level. She is unique for knowing how to open up a water bottle and drink. When home she will follow you around. She liked roped toys and running with the kids in the yard. Jack Jack was mostly kept outdoors, ate both wet and dry food at least two times a day. She is mostly housetrained, and has never been left alone in the home. When left alone in the yard she barks, for exercise she plays in the yard. She knows such commands as “sit” “down” and “paw”. On the leash she will pull hard and will wander when off the leash but comes when called. Usually she will use to bathroom on cement.
Was able to scan (negative),No other handling was done due to medical issue with her, so she was taken straight to medical by medical handler
Jack Jack came in with Vaginal Prolaspe. Client also stated that his eating habits are off sometimes he would like to eat other times he doesn’t eat at all for the day.
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