MISTER – 11730
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MISTER – 11730
Location: Brooklyn; Intake Date: 11/4/17; Intake Type: Owner surrender
Medical Behavior: — Age: 10 years; Sex: Male; Weight: — lbs
Medical: 11/06/17: Radiographs and bloodwork; History: stray intake 11/5-large LFL forelimb mass. Given riamdyl once for pain. Subjective: BARH. No c/s/v/d. Objective ; EENT: Eyes clear, no nasal or ocular discharge noted H/L: eupneic; U/G: MI; MSI: Ambulatory x 4, skin free of parasites, large (10-15 cm) firm mass left antebrachium, that is attached to deep tissue; CNS: Mentation appropriate – no signs of neurologic abnormalities; Assessment: Large forelimb mass left front as above: rule out benign vs osteo/fibrosarcoma vs other; Suspect OA; Prognosis: Fair; Plan: Rimadyl 4.4mg/kg PO SID x14d-until 11/20; Recheck 11/20 +/- extend medication; CBC-mild anemia 37 (37.3-61.7), mild neutrophilia 12.37 (2.95-11.64), mild monocytosis 1.24 (0.16-1.12); Chem-mild hyperglobulinemia 4.8 (2.5-4.5). mild decrease in amylase 362 (500-1500); 3 view CXR-no signs of metastasis, nsf; Lateral LFL rad-large soft tissue mass on antebrachium-no lytic lesions or invasion of the bone consider FNA/biopsy, may require full limb amputation. continue to monitor at ACC
A Little Bit About Me…
Let’s get to know each other a bit more…
This animal came from: Found Stray
Date of Intake: 4-Nov-2017
Basic Information:Mister is around 10 years old and was found as a stray. His owner took him in when he found him. The owner has had him for around 3 weeks and is surrendering him due to having three dogs already.
Previously lived with: 2 adults, 3 dogs.
How is this dog around strangers? Mister is shy around strangers but warms up after a few minutes.
How is this dog around children? Mister has not been around children so his behavior is unknown.
How is this dog around other dogs? Mister lived with a young lab puppy and two older yorkies. He was tolerant of the small dogs and playful with the lab puppy.
How is this dog around cats? Mister has not lived with any cats so his behavior is unknown.
Resource guarding: Owner has not noticed any resource guarding.
Bite history: As far the owner is aware of, Mister has not bitten a person or another animal.
Energy level/descriptors: low.
Medical Notes: Mister had a flea infestation prior to him entering the center.
For a New Family to Know
Mister was kept outdoors so his behavior indoors is unknown. He was well behaved when left alone in the yard.
During intake, Mister reacted to the scanner and did not allow counselor to leash him. No further handling was done.
My medical notes are…
Details on my behavior are…
Mister’s previous owner reported that he lived with a puppy and two older small dogs. He was tolerant of the small dogs and playful with the lab puppy.
11/05: When off leash at the Care Center, Mister greets the novel female with a neutral posture and then mostly wanders the yard, exploring. He is tolerant of pushy solicitations by the greeter.
11/06: Mister briefly greets a novel male dog with a neutral posture, then mostly explores the yard.
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