JAZZY – A1036262
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JAZZY – A1036262
FEMALE, TAN, PIT BULL MIX, 1 yr
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 05/14/2015, From NY 10031, DueOut Date 05/17/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary scanned negative intact female s/o: OD is bupthalmic . No PLR IOP 30 corneal scar OS looks WNL except a spot of corneal dystropy iop 20 heart and lungs wnl abd wnl teeth clean a: glaucoma–possibly secondary to trauma P: if this glaucoma is secondary to a deformity or injury the prognosis for retaining sight in the remaining eye is good. primary glauxoma in older dogs is usually bilateral, but this dog most likely has secondary glaucoma. removal of the right eye is reccommended as it is only a source of pain. an optho consult is recommended good prognosis
A volunteer writes: Waiting so patiently all day for her turn to go out, Jazzy wagged her tail gently as I unlatched her door. Easily leashed she stepped out gently and out we go. Likely housetrained she peed endlessly as soon as we were outside. She pulls a bit on the leash as we walk, but she’s a petite little thing so no biggie. Off leash in the back she explores the pen, comes when I call her and proves to be an amazing snuggle muffin…..giving kisses, curling up in my lap, doing a half roll for a belly rub, she’s all about loving
her person and I love that! Greeting dogs in adjoining pens with an easy wag of her tail, Jazzy is gentle in her greeting but more interested at this moment in cuddling with her person. Adorably petite in her gorgeously groomed tan coat, Jazzy is in need of a vet to examine and determine cause and treatment for her one eye. Her sweet personality and loving demeanor will win your heart the moment you meet her. Gentle, calm and so easy to be with, she’s hoping you’ll meet her today.
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