ISIS – A1037928
RTO SAFE 05/31/15
ISIS – A1037928
***MUST HAVE PLACEMENT TONIGHT 5/31***
FEMALE, WHITE, BICHON FRISE MIX, 10 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, HOLD FOR ID Reason NO TIME
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 05/29/2015, From NY 11413, DueOut Date 05/29/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary Scan positive: AVID 070*828*380 Female;~ 10 years old Friendly; allows handling Cloudy eyes Moderate gingivitis Some tartar build up AMBx4 BARH NOSF
A Staff member writes :
Isis was surrendered because her owner does not have time for her. Our medical staff thinks that Isis has a closed pyometra and needs to get out of our shelter ASAP! She needs confirmed placement tonight!
S/O: Vet check for geriatric exam – patient is currently on hold with microchip ID. Unsure of appetite. Patient is very tolerable of exam, cooperative for handling. Attention seeking, wagging tail on presentation. BAR. No c/s/d.
mm = pink, moist, CRT< 2 sec., hydration = adequate, Integ = salivary staining on all four paws, mats present at base of ear. Urine/fecal staining on peri-anal region. EENT = nuclear sclerosis OU, clean AU, nnd, moderate dental disease., H/L = nma, nsr, clear lung fields bilaterally, pss, Abdomen = sl. tense, non=painful. Possible mass palpated in cranial central abdomen,soft. Patient vomited just after abdominal palpation, GU = female, intact, poss. moist tan-colored discharge around the vulva and hind limbs (caudal); no active vaginal discharge. No MGTs palpated, LN = wnl, CNS = appropriate, MS = BCS = 6/9; no obvious lamenesses
Vomiting – r/o GI vs. extra GI
Poss. vaginal discharge – r/o pyo vs. UTI vs. other
Salivary staining – r/o allergies vs. behavioral, moderate dental disease
Px: Fair pending further diagnostics
P: 2 view abdominal rads – abdomen appears distended and the intestines appear displaced dorsally and cranially on the lateral view. A large tubular soft tissue opacity takes up the ventral aspect of the abdomen. On the VD view, the tubular structure appears to be shifted to the left.
Consider blood work – CBC/Chemistry ran (abnormals listed):
Leukocytosis (56.82 k/uL; Ref 5.05-16.76) consisting of lymphocytosis, neutrophilia, and monocytosis
Thrombocytopenia (122 K/uL; Ref: 148-484)
low MCV (58.5 fL; Ref: 61.6-73.5)
high MCHC (40.1 g/dL; Ref 32.0-37.9)
ALKP (436 U/L; Ref 23-212)
BUN (51 mg/dL; Ref 7-27)
Creat unable to be read
hyperglobulinemia (4.6 g/d; Ref: 2.5-4.5)
hyperphasphatemia (13.1; Ref: 2.5-6.8)
Hyperbilirubinemia (1.7; Ref: 0- 0.9)
hyponatremia (137mmol/L; Ref: 144-160)
hypochloremia (97mmol/L; Ref: 109-122)
Gave 0.57 mL Cerenia SQ
200 mL LRS SQ
0.57 mL of Baytril (100 mg/mL)
Owner Surrender Profile
Basic Information: Isis is a 10 year female Bichon mix born 10/9/04. Isis was adopted from a pet store. Isis has a microchip but not up to date on vaccinations. Owner stated Isis is healthy and has no health issues he is aware of. Owner surrendered Isis due to no time.
Social Life and Personality: Isis lived with three adults and been around children in her younger years. Isis is relaxed, playful and respectful towards everyone in the household and who she encounters with. Isis behavior is unknown towards dogs and cats but owner believes she will do fine. Isis is indoor only and activity level use to be high but now she is older it is low. Owner stated Isis is playful, confident and friendly.
Behavior Issues :Isis never bitten or scratched anyone to owner’s knowledge. Isis is friendly when owner touch her food bowl or take toys or treats away from her mouth. She likes to take baths and be groomed. Owner stated she likes to be pampered. She is friendly when unfamiliar people approaches the house or family owner stated. She isn’t hard to control and doesn’t bark too much.
For a New Family to Know: Owner stated Isis is obedient and do whatever you say because she was a show dog. Isis knows commands such as sit, down, come, stay, and eat. Owner stated she is piddled pad trained and only use the bathroom indoors. If she dos outside it’s on or off a leash for a little while. Owner stated Isis is crate trained and likes to stay in the crate. When home alone Isis is well behaved and isn’t bothered by noise. Isis likes to eat wet and dry food called Beneful and Ceaser twice a day. Owner stated Isis is a good companion.
Intake Behavior: Upon intake Isis was docile and quiet. She scanned positive for a microchip and allowed all handling.
Isis previously lived with only three adults but the owner states she has been exposed to children in her younger years, and was said to be relaxed, playful and respectful towards everyone with who she interacts with. The owner also stated that Isis behavior is unknown towards other dogs and cats but owner believes she will do fine. It was noted that Isis is friendly when the owner touches her food bowl or take toys or treats away from her mouth, and she was reported to be piddled pad trained and only uses the bathroom indoors. The owner also stated Isis is crate trained and when home alone she is well behaved and isn’t bothered by noise.
Upon intake Isis was reported to be docile and quiet, while allowing all handling. During SAFER Isis was relaxed when interacting with the assessor, but did not solicit attention. She maintained a calm and relaxed body posture during all of the handling items, and was also relaxed during the tag interaction. During the resources portion of the assessment Isis was not interested in any of the resource items, and when approaching the helper dog during on the dog-dog item, she approached with a relaxed body posture, and appeared interested but was not playful. Isis did not show any behavior concerns at the time of assessment so the department feels she can be suitable for an “Average” experienced adopter.
Look: 1. Dog holds gaze with soft eyes, soft body. She allows head to be held loosely in Assessor’s cupped hands. Dog holds gaze for three full seconds.
Sensitivity: 1. Dog stands still and accepts the touch, her eyes are averted, and her tail is in neutral position with relaxed body posture. Dog’s mouth is closed for at least a portion of the assessment item.
Tag: 1. Follows at end of leash, body soft
Squeeze 1 & 2: 1. Dog does not respond at all for three seconds. Her eyes are averted and her ears are relaxed.
Food: Inconclusive, dog is not eating.
Toy: 1. No interest.
Rawhide: 1. No interest.
Dog-dog: 2. Dog approaches helper dog with tail at spine level, body not stiff, ears relaxed, lip neutral.
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