THOMAS – A1055823
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THOMAS – A1055823
***BLADDER STONE***MUST LEAVE TODAY 10/25/15***
NEUTERED MALE, WHITE / TAN, SHIH TZU, 3 yrs
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 10/24/2015, From NY 11436, DueOut Date10/27/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary Scan Neg Male Neuter 3 yo BAR EEN: WNL Teeth: slight staining Observed straining to defecate, small amount of diarrhea with yellow mucous came out Skin/Coat: WNL Very Nice dog Applied Activyl 1 cc intrascapular Gave 1.5 cc Pyrantel PO
MEDICAL: NOW HAS A BLADDER STONE; HIGH TEMPERATURE
A Staff member writes :
Thomas is a tan and white 3 yeard old male shih tzu that came in as a stray. Finder stated that she found him a week ago and wanted to keep him however, due to multiple personal problems she is unable to. She stated that she sent him to get vaccinated for rabies, DA2PP, Lepto and Bordetella. She also stated that Thomas had not been eating and was only drinking water while in her posession. No further information was given. Upon intake, Thomas was loose bodied and allowed his self to be handled collard and photographed.
Finder stated that Thomas hasnt been moving his bowels the past weak although, he went a little in the lobby. She also stated that he hasnt been eating, only drinking water. He was also breathing unusually heavy during intake.
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