CHUNKS – A1054861
CHUNKS – A1054861
***MUST LEAVE BY 6PM TODAY 10/16*** Senior With Partial Urethral Obstruction***
MALE, CREAM / WHITE, AM PIT BULL TER MIX, 11 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason OWN EVICT
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 10/14/2015, From NY 10458, DueOut Date 10/14/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary Scan negative BARH Intact male Ears are clean Slightly under weight Severe dental staining and tartar Flea comb negative Alopecia vs rash on elbows Has old wound loated on the top of the head Bleeding from a unspecified area — blood was present on cage — vet check Gave dewormer Gave activyl NOSF Very friendly and social during the exam
A Staff member writes: Meet Chunks: Chunks is a super sweet senior with a partial urethral obstruction. He needs an x-ray or an ultrasound to determine the cause of his obstruction. Chunks does need to leave the shelter today 10/16 by 6pm. Please help get this sweet senior back on his paws!
A volunteer writes: Chunks…………Love……..
mm pink BARH, thin BCS; palpated firm enlarge bladder, Urinating brown tinged fluid; A: partial bladder obstruction r/o neoplasia v stone
P: start buprenex, and oral clavamox, add on buprenex 1.6 cc SC BID, gave penG injection 3.2 cc
10/15/15 pt has hematuria as seen on rounds. Needs wt, initial ASAP
A: hematuria r/o UTI, stone, neoplasia, coagulopathy
P: trial clavamox PO BIDx 14D. INI in 5 days pt needs workup (X-ray+- ultrasound to determine cause)
S/O: BAR, hydrated, large firm bladder, dripping small amounts of rblood-tined (slightly red-brown) urine during exam. suspect partial urethral obstruction.
A: suspect partial urethral obstruction; geriatric; add baytril SID (in case prosatic disease associated); continue buprenorphine and clavamox
Dxistics needed ASAP
Chunks is an approx. 11 years old AMPT. He is being surrendered because the owner recently separated from his partner and has nowhere to go. He received Chunks from a breeder when he was a puppy. He has not been to a vet in a very long time. He has no known health issues.
Chunks is very friendly with strangers. He plays exuberantly with adults and loves children. The owner has a 3 year old daughter and an 11 year old step son. Chunks plays exuberantly with the children. He gets along with other dogs and loves to sniff cats. He has not bitten anyone or any other animal.
Chunks is walked three times a day but is left tied up in the home when the owner goes to work. He says that his partner would come home from work and untie him sometimes. He lets him loose during the day when he is home but must keep him tied to prevent him from destroying things. Chunks gets nervous during fireworks and storms. Chunks loves baths and brushing. He does not get his nails trimmed. He does not mind being pushed off of furniture or being restrained. The owner says that he plays rough with chunks and as a result, he snaps and growls when trying to take his food bowl away. He does not mind treats or toys taken away from him, just the food bowl.
For a new family to know
The owner describes him as friendly, affectionate, playful, mellow, and independent. The owners favorite thing about Chunks is that he has been with the owner throughout five relationships. Chunks favorite thing to do is sleep. He loves to play with his squeaky blue tire in the home. He loves to follow the owner around the house and seeks attention. He was being fed kibbles and bits but loves leftover house food more. He barks sometimes when left alone in the home. He knows how to sit. He pulls hard on the leash and likes brisk walks. When left off leash, he will wander away but will return when called.
Behavior during intake
Chunks was very friendly and tolerated all petting. He allowed me to scan(-) and the owner collared him and positioned him for photos. He played with the leash and wanted attention.
Chunks has not had a behavior evaluation but his medical behavior is green
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