DAISY – A1075625
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DAISY – A1075625
***POSSIBLY HIT BY CAR***
FEMALE, BROWN / BLACK, GERM SHEPHERD MIX, 1 yr
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 05/30/2016, From NY 11220, DueOut Date 06/02/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary 05/30/16 12:03 Scan : negative Sex: female Approx 1-2yr Possible hx of being hit by car, unconfirmed. S/O: BAR, eye ENL, PLRs and menace WNL, no scleral hemorrage. MM pink, moist. Mild gingivitis. Cardiothoracic auscultation WNL, normal BV sounds. HR 104 RR panting. Pulses strong and synchrounous. Moderate lameness on right front, lame at the walk. Intermittently will hold leg up or toe touch, otherwise weight bearing. All limbs palpate normally, no crepitus or overt effusion appreciated. APP ++, eating. Some thick tar-like material stuck to fur on right side. A: Lame right front, suspect soft tissue injury P: Will start Rimadyl BID x 3 days and recheck, if no improvement recommend radiographs to r/o bone involvement. Administered first dose Rimadyl during exam. PROGNOSIS: EXCELLENT
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