CHINA – A1075133
Gone - 5-28-2016 Manhattan
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CHINA – A1075133
***MUST LEAVE BY 6 PM TODAY***
FEMALE, WHITE / BLACK, AM PIT BULL TER MIX, 13 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason MOVE2PRIVA
Intake condition GERIATRIC Intake Date 05/25/2016, From NY 10457, DueOut Date05/28/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary Microchip: negative Sex: intact female Age: reported 13y Mentation: BARH Eyes: n.scler Ears: clean Nose: no d/c Teeth: moderate staining If abnormal BCS: WNL Skin: some calluses on elbows and small pressure sores Hair Coat: WNL Declawed: N/A Any injuries: no; bloody mucus vaginal d/c, does not appear to be pyometra (no odor, no pain on palpation, no pus, no pyrexia)–will set up to monitor; appearance of inguinal hernia, extensive, possibly originated from umbilicus Behavior: very friendly and affectionate, allows all handling Medication: N/A, preventatives given
VET CHECK FOR POSSIBLE PYOMETRA PET IS BARH EATING AND DRINKING WELL DEFECATED AND URINATED NORMALLY MM PINK MOIST MINIMAL NUCLEAR OPACITY OU CLEAR AU MINIMAL DENTAL TARTAR AND GINGIVITIS CLEAR H/L, EUPNEIC ABD SOFT MALEABLE U/G; MUCOID/SANGUINOUS HEAVY VAGINAL DISCHARGE, NO ODOR, VULVA APPEARS EDEMATOUS HYPERPASTIC TEATS HERNIA INGUINAL, LARGE SOFT REDUCIABLE CLEAN COAT, IDEAL BCS
A; LOOKS MUCH YOUNGER THAN 13 YR
HEAVY VAGINAL DISCHARGE R/O OPEN PYO VS HEAVY ESTRUS
P; TWO VIEW XR RIGHT LAT, DV; NO ENLARGED VISCOUS SEEN CBC /CHEM CBC: NEUT 14,940 HCT 47.9%, PLT 564,000 CHEM: CA 6.6, TP 8.6, GLOB 5.4, K 7.2
START ON IV FLUIDS LRS 100ML/HR , INJECTABLE BAYTRIL 170MG IV SLOW, REC SX LATER TODAY OR TOMORROW / IN HOUSE VS TRANSFER, NPO TONIGHT
A volunteer writes: So sweet and gentle, her slightly graying muzzle
gives away her “senior” status, but her teeth look good, she’s spry on
leash, steps are no problem, and she’s an opinionated lady who will
give a quick woof to let you know what she’s thinking. Her coat is in
good shape although she has some callouses on her pressure points, she looks like she’s been a mom, and she may have some other physical ailments that will require vet attention. Off leash in the pen she explores, but comes to me often for petting, and perhaps reassurance, before going off again to see if anything new has happened. She plays ball, loves meeting new people, and I only hope that when I’m her equivalent age in human years I do as well as she does. I suspect she hasn’t had the vet care she should have had over the years, and now it’s up to us to make it happen. Her intake notes say “very friendly and affectionate, allows all handling” and that
describes her to a ‘T’. We’re told that she’s lived well with kids,
other dos and cats so this is a dog who has known friendship from all. She was never walked so it’s amazing how well she does on leash, and is trained to use wee wee pads at home. She’s a delight, a dog who will love you and provide the company and companionship that’s within her to give.Won’t you give her the chance to show you how deep her love can be?
China is a 13 year old dog that has been with the owner since she was a pup. China was brought in by the grandson of the owner who has been around China since he was little. He states that China his friendly with stranger and has been around children aging from 1 yr-17yr old. China plays gentle with adults and children. She has been around both big and small dogs and is playful with both. She has lived with a cat as well until the cat had passed away as well. She has never bitten anyone or animal before.
FOR A NEW FAMILY TO KNOW
The grandson states that she is not bothered by storms or fireworks but would just jump a little to loud noise. When touching her food bowl or water bowl she is not bothered and is very friendly when she is bathed or brushed out. When someone comes to her owners place she would greet people with a bark and that would be all that she would do. She has chewed up some slippers and children toys before when she was left home alone. She is crate trained and would sleep in her crate as well. She is trained to us the wee-wee pad at home and did not go out for walks. She doesn’t pull when on leash and stays next to her owner when off leash. China responds to her name and knows commands like sit, stay, and come.
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