RAVEN – A1088810
Gone - 9-13-2016 Brooklyn
RAVEN – A1088810
***Diabetic 4yo Lab X RAVEN Must Have Local Vet Placement Today 09/12/16 by 6pm***
FEMALE, BLACK, LABRADOR RETR / PIT BULL, 4 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, HOLD FOR ID Reason PET HEALTH
Intake condition ILLNESS Intake Date 09/12/2016, From NY 11236, DueOut Date 09/12/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary 9/12/16 Recently diagnosed with DKA, hospitalized then released to owner. Still not doing well, anorexic and vomiting. Given insulin only once since returning home (unclear when). Current meds: Humulin N insulin 7 units SQ BID Baytril 136 mg 1.5 tabs PO q 24 hrs Clavamox 375 mg 1 Po BID Mirtazapine 15 mg 1 PO q 24 hours O: QAR. mm=pink, sl. tacky. CRT<2 s. EENT: No oculonasal discharge. H/L: Lungs clear. HR=120, RR=28. ABD: Soft, non-painful. Pot-bellied appearance. UG: Unspayed female. No vulvar discharge. MS: Mild muscle wasting over limbs and spine. Integ: Normal skin turgor. Shave areas over cephalic veins. A: History of DKA diagnosed at previous DVM. Other DDX: Pancreatitis, pyometra, hepatic disease. Prognosis guarded due to severity of illness and potential for more than one underlying disease. P: Blood Glucose = 104 mg/dL – wait on giving any insulin. Offered water – drank but vomited up majority of it. Cerenia 25 mg SQ. NPO except small amount of water. Deadline for placement tonight 6 pm.
She has been in the home for 4 year.
Raven lives with 2 adults is tolerant and respectful of small children of she encounters. When visitors come to the home she barks to alert the family and will greet them with sniffing. There are no other animals in the home. She can be insisitent on her walks and if she encounters other dogs she may pull on leash and become aroused but the owner does not allow interactions. She has not been exposed to cats. Raven is house broken.
Raven may resist a bath at first but will allow it. She also allows brushing and nail trims. She is receptive to handling at the vet. If on the bed or couch she is easily removed. She does not guard her food and if you take her food she will watch.
She does not play with toys but may play with stuffed animals. She knows the cue sit. When the family is home she likes to be where they are, when home alone she is well behaved. She enjoys both some and dry food.
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