SEASON – A1093585
Safe - 10-17-2016 Brooklyn
SEASON – A1093585
***OPEN PYOMETRA – NEEDS NEW HOPE PLACEMENT BY 6PM 10/18 – CONTACT A NEW HOPE RESCUE NOW***
FEMALE, CREAM, YORKSHIRE TERR / MALTESE, 8 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason NO TIME
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 10/15/2016, From NY 11201, DueOut Date 10/15/2016
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary Scanned negative BARH- tolerated all handling; friendly and playful Intact female Approx 8 yrs old Eyes, ears and nose- clear Purulent vulvar discharge, distended abdomen, poss pyometra Long nail–trimmed Teeth- mode tartar and gingivitis No parasites or fleas seen AMBX4 NOSF
10/16/16 : Recheck possible pyometra.
O: BARH. mm=pink, moist, CRT<2 s. ORAL: Mod. calculus. EENT: No oculonasal discharge, but crusts in fur below OS. H/L: Lungs clear. No murmurs. HR=100, RR=28. ABD/UG: Purulent vulvar discharge. Abdominal distension, tense and unable to palpate deeply. Urinated large amount of clear urine. MS: Amb x 4. Thin body condition. Integ: Normal skin turgor, full haircoat. A: Suspect open pyometra. Clinically stable. P: Lat/VD Abd rads: Large, fluid filled uterus. Start Baytril 22.7 mg/ml 1.2 ml IM. Given at 17:29. Rec placement ASAP for OVH. Good prognosis with prompt surgery.
10/17/16 : Recheck open pyometra
O: QARH. mm=pink, moist, CRT<2 s. Not eating, drinking well – polydipsic. ABD/UG: Distended, tense abdomen, not obviously painful on gentle palpation or when lifted. Purulent vulvar discharge. Large amount of urine in cage, also urinated large volume of clear urine when walked. MS: Amb x 4, no ataxia or weakness. A: Open pyometra. PU/PD consistent with pyometra. Stable but serious condition. P: Informed New Hope of Season’s condition to facilitate placement. Good prognosis with appropriate surgical treatment.
Season is a Yorky mix that is 8 years old. The owner received the dog from a family member. The owner is surrendering Season due to having no time to care for the dog. Season has no known illness.
Season has lived with children of various ages 1 and up. She is mellow and allows being petted. Season is friendly and outgoing with new people. She sniffs and allows to be petted. Season is affectionate around the 4 adults in the home. She has lived with one small dog and they lived in harmony. She has never lived with cats.
Season allows being bath, touched her food bowl while eating, removing toys from her mouth. Season has never has a bit history. Season is house trained, she is walked outside twice a day and wee pad trained. Season knowns the command sit, stay and come.
Season is described as mellow, gentle and relaxed. She loves to sleep and follow the adults around the house. She loves squeaky toys and chew bones. She likes to run in the park and go on walks. Season sleeps in the owner’s bed.
Season during intake was gentle and relaxed. She allowed being collard, photographed, and scanned.
Season’s previous owner reported that she lived with another small dog in harmony.
10/16: When off leash at the Care Center, Season tolerates other small male and female dogs. He greets most of them briefly but mainly keeps to himself and explores the yard.
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