TUCKY – A1061549
TUCKY – A1061549
NEUTERED MALE, BLACK / WHITE, SHIH TZU MIX, 5 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason ALLERGIES
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 12/27/2015, From NY 11385, DueOut Date 12/27/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary scan: neg sex: MN est age: 4-6yrs S/O: Dog is Q/BARH, BCS 4-5/9, red eyes OU – neovascularization with mucopurulent discharge, STT: OD – 8mm/min, OS – 18mm/min, grade 2/4 dental dz, heart/lungs auscult wnl, generalized erythema/dry flaky skin, abdomen soft non-painful, dog has Hx of seizures per surrendering owner A: Keratitis OU, possible seizures P: Performed CBC/CS to rule out any metabolic cause for seizures (see bloodwork results below). Cleaned eyes and applied NeoPolyBac OU, continue BID x 10d; recheck eyes in 3 days; keeping in medical to monitor for seizures PROGNOSIS: Good ProCyte Dx WBC 7.98 K/uL (5.05 – 16.76) LYM 1.42 K/uL (1.05 – 5.10) MONO 0.38 K/uL (0.16-1.12) NEU 5.51 K/uL (2.95 – 11.64) EOS 0.61 K/uL (0.06 – 1.23) BASO 0.06 K/uL (0.00 – 0.10) HCT 52.3% (37.3 – 61.7) RBC 7.70 M/uL (5.56 – 8.87) HGB 18.7 g/dL (13.1 – 20.5) RETIC 8.5 K/uL (10.0 – 110.0) MCV 67.9 fL (61.6 – 73.5) RDW 17.2 % (13.6 – 21.7) MCHC 35.8 g/dL (32.0 – 37.9) MCH 24.3 pg (21.2 – 25.9) PLT 227 K/uL (148 – 484) MPV 9.1 fL (8.7 – 13.2) PCT 0.21% (0.14 – 0.46) PDW 11.2 fL (9.1 – 19.4) Catalyst Dx ALB 3.4 g/dL (2.3 – 4.0) ALKP 31 U/L (23 – 212) ALT 118 U/L (10 – 125) AMYL 836 U/L (500 – 1500) BUN 20 mg/dL (7 – 27) CA 9.3 mg/dL (7.9 – 12.0) CHOL 216 mg/dL (110 – 320) CREA 1.0 mg/dL (0.5 – 1.8) GGT 3 U/L (0 – 11) GLOB 3.8 g/dL (2.5 – 4.5) GLU 103 mg/dL (74 – 143) LIPA 391 U/L (200 – 1800) PHOS 3.9 mg/dL (2.5 – 6.8) TBIL 0.1 mg/dL (0.0 – 0.9) TP 7.2 g/dL (5.2 – 8.2) Na 159 mmol/L (144 – 160) K 4.4 mmol/L (3.5 – 5.8) Cl 119 mmol/L (109 – 122) ALB/GLOB 0.9 BUN/CREA 20 Na/K 36 Osm Calc 317 mmol/kg
MEDICAL: Tucky arrived as an owner surrender. Tucky may have chronic seizures. Owner states that every couple of months Tucky has a had an episode of siezing last approx 2 min, with lateral recumbent shaking but no urination or defecation. Tucky has been to vet for this but was not dispensed medication because owner could not afford diagnostics. Tucky cannot be a deferred intake due to a sudden and severe ashma condition of the owners daugther. Tucky was otherwise BAR upon intake and easily handled.
Tucky is a 3 year old male black and white Shih Tzu dog who is being surrendered due to allergies. Tucky has been with the family almost 2 years.
Tucky lived with 2 adults and 2 small children. There is also a cat in the home. Tucky is playful and tolerant of the children in the home. Tucky is also receptive to the cat in the home and enjoys playful interactions. Owner states that when on leash walks he may be aroused by cats he sees and will seek introduction from dogs he encounters. Tucky is house broken and does not have accidents inside. When visitors come to the home he may be indifferent.
Tucky is resistant to bathing and has not had a nail trim. He is tolerant of being brushed and does not mind being picked up. If he is eating and the owner takes his food Tucky is reported to be indifferent to this. Tucky does not go on the bed or the couch.
Tucky likes squeezy toys and enjoys playing soccer with the chidlren. He does not know commands . When the family is home he likes to be where they are and when home alone he is well behaved. Owner states it is important to groom the hair from his eyes. Tucky likes both wet and dry food.
Upon intake Tucky was receptive to introduction and loose but anxious for all handling. Counselor was able to scan for microchip (negative) collar and photograph. Tucky was easily picked up and walked well on leash.
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