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$495 in PLEDGES! NEEDS A FOSTER OR ADOPTER TROUGH A NEW HOPE RESCUE NOW! ...NYC ACC BEGINS KILLING AT NOON! PLEASE HURRY! https://facebook/Urgentdeathrowdogs/photos/a.611290788883804.1073741851.152876678058553/859246907421523/?type=3&theater TO BE DESTROYED 8/25/14 Manhattan Center My name is PEBBLES. My Animal ID # is A1011590. I am a spayed female white maltese mix. The shelter thinks I am about 3 YEARS old. I came in the shelter as a OWNER SUR on 08/22/2014 from NY 11223, owner surrender reason stated was PET HEALTH. MOST RECENT MEDICAL INFORMATION AND WEIGHT 08/24/2014 Exam Type RE-EXAM - Medical Rating is 4 NC - SEVERE CONDITIONS NOT CONTAGIOUS, Behavior Rating is NONE, Weight 7.6 LBS. S QAR BCS 3/9 (thin) mm:pink T 102 P 130 resp 8 EENT: no oculonasal discharge. Tartar moderate. Gingivitis moderate. CV: III/VI holosystolic murmur. No arrhythmias RESP: Clear lungs. No C/S. GI: Tense on palpation. No V/D. Decreased appetite. UG: small bladder NAF. MSK: Ambulatory. No fractures. INT: pale skin. Dehydrated 5-10%. NEURO: Quiet. No CP deficits. Mentation is normal. PLNs: None enlarged. A: Patient appears to be quiet. Very non-specific signs of disease. 1. Anemia R/O intra vs extra vascular vs neoplasic vs infectious vs other 2. heart murmur R/O secondary to anemia vs pathological 3. Decreased appetite R/O neoplasia vs organic dz vs infectius 4. High normal/ low grade fever. R/Oneoplasia/inflammatory of origin vs infectious vs pain vs other 5. Decreased appetite R/O cancer vs pain vs other 6. Very tense upon abdominal palpation R/O pain (pancretitis) vs tense of exam vs other The patient is clearly anemic and has a murmur. His appetite is decreased and abdominal palpation is hard to assess for any masses. He has not vomited thus pancreatitis may be less likely. Anemia with HR stable may have been due to chronic decrease. No hematuria (or hemoglobinuria detected). Hard to assess for overt pain, but HR and RR not indicative, but guarded at abdominal palpation. Pain is questionable. Had little interest in food. Some nausea observed. No vomiting. Feces hemorrhagic (melena observed after treatment). The patient may need to be rescued for a more thorough exam to be described in treatment. P 1. Pettinic 2ml PO BID 2. PCV (17) TS (8.8) AZO 5-15 BG 67 Anemia is moderate-severe (compensated). No hemolysis observed in the serum. Azo- WNL - kidney disease less likely. 3. recommend full CBC/ chemistry 4. Clavamox PO 5. Pepcid 0.5mg/kg SQ BID 6. Cerenia - 7. Buprenorphine 0.01 mg/kg SQ BID 8. SQ fluids 200mL (LRS) 9. metronidazole 10mg/kg po bid. 35mg-- 0.7mL 10. sucralfate 1 g bid for 7 days 08/24/2014 PET PROFILE MEMO 8/24/14 5:30pm NAME: Pebbles REASON FOR SURRENDER: Medical Issues that the owners could not afford RELATIONSHIP Pebbles was a gift to the owner 2 and a half years ago. Pebbles has been around children is relaxed and playful with them. She is gentle during their play as well. She does not have a microchip. PEOPLE Pebbles has been aroufn children and is gentle during play. when you arehome she follows you around. She is very sweet and friendly but will bark at strangers that come into her home or up to her owner. She does not show any concern behavior (growl, bite, snap or snarl). She has never bite anyone. OTHER ANIMALS She is fearful of some other dogs but is gentle withteh dogs she plays with. She has never been around cats to know her behavior. PERSONALITY/HABITS Pebbles is a nice dog that knows many tricks. She can sit, down, come, heel, and roll over. She likes brisk walks in a leash, to go running, and playing in the yard. She is outside between 3-4 times a day. She is crate trained and does well for 6-8 hours in the crate. MEDICAL Pebbles has a mass in her stomach that the mobile vet said need immedate attention. She hasnt eaten in 5 days. She also has anemia. WEB MEMO No Web Memo 08/24/2014 BEHAVIOR EVALUATION - EXPERIENCE Exam Type BEHAVIOR *Please note that Pebbles was on pain medications at the time of assessment* Pebbles walks nicely on leash. She approached the assessor and passersby with soft body language and then proceeded to place her two front paws on the assessors lap. Pebbles was tense throughout the handling items of the assessment; however she showed no aggression. She showed no interest in food and minimal interest in toys and rawhides; so food/resource guarding is inconclusive. Pebbles did not approach the helper dog during the dog-to-dog interaction. Pebbles was tense and uncomfortable throughout the handling items of the assessment. The behavior department recommends that she go to an experienced home that can give her the time she needs to adjust to her new surroundings. Look: 2. Dogs eyes are averted. Her body posture is stiff and fearful; her tail is low and not moving. She allows head to be held loosely in Assessors cupped hands. Sensitivity: 2. Dog stands still and accepts the touch, her eyes are averted, her tail is between her legs, body stiff, mouth closed, lip long, ears likely back, may lip lick. Tag: 1. Follows at end of leash, body low and a bit fearful. Squeeze 1: 2 Dog quickly pulls back her paw. Squeeze 1: 3. Dog is tense, and moves her legs/body so that the Assessor is unable to hold the paw Food. No interest. Toy 1. Minimal interest. Dog may smell or lick toy, then turn away. Rawhide 1. Minimal interest. Dog may smell or lick Rawhide, then turn away. Dog - dog 2. Dog does not approach the helper dog. Turns body to side in relation to other dog, or exits. Helper: A1010695 08/22/2014 INITIAL PHYSICAL EXAM Medical rating was 4 NC - SEVERE CONDITIONS NOT CONTAGIOUS, behavior rating was NONE SCAN NEGATIVE BRIGHT, ALERT, RESPONSIVE, HYDRATED PHYSICAL EXAM Mild tartar Spayed female- spay scar and tattoo seen Lt pink mm reported mass in abdomen and no app for 5 days Friendly dog, allows restrain Kept in medical for monitor nsf 08/24/2014 RE-EXAM (LAST MAJOR EXAM) Medical rating 4 NC - SEVERE CONDITIONS NOT CONTAGIOUS, S QAR BCS 3/9 (thin) mm:pink T 102 P 130 resp 8 EENT: no oculonasal discharge. Tartar moderate. Gingivitis moderate. CV: III/VI holosystolic murmur. No arrhythmias RESP: Clear lungs. No C/S. GI: Tense on palpation. No V/D. Decreased appetite. UG: small bladder NAF. MSK: Ambulatory. No fractures. INT: pale skin. Dehydrated 5-10%. NEURO: Quiet. No CP deficits. Mentation is normal. PLNs: None enlarged. A: Patient appears to be quiet. Very non-specific signs of disease. 1. Anemia R/O intra vs extra vascular vs neoplasic vs infectious vs other 2. heart murmur R/O secondary to anemia vs pathological 3. Decreased appetite R/O neoplasia vs organic dz vs infectius 4. High normal/ low grade fever. R/Oneoplasia/inflammatory of origin vs infectious vs pain vs other 5. Decreased appetite R/O cancer vs pain vs other 6. Very tense upon abdominal palpation R/O pain (pancretitis) vs tense of exam vs other The patient is clearly anemic and has a murmur. His appetite is decreased and abdominal palpation is hard to assess for any masses. He has not vomited thus pancreatitis may be less likely. Anemia with HR stable may have been due to chronic decrease. No hematuria (or hemoglobinuria detected). Hard to assess for overt pain, but HR and RR not indicative, but guarded at abdominal palpation. Pain is questionable. Had little interest in food. Some nausea observed. No vomiting. Feces hemorrhagic (melena observed after treatment). The patient may need to be rescued for a more thorough exam to be described in treatment. For more information on adopting from the NYC AC&C, or to find a rescue to assist, please read the following: urgentpetsondeathrow.org/must-read/ If you are local to the Tri-State, New England, and the general Northeast United States area, and you are SERIOUS about adopting or fostering one of the dogs at NYC ACC, please read our MUST READ section for instructions, or email [email protected] Our experienced volunteers will do their best to guide you through the process. *We highly discourage everyone from trusting strangers that send them Facebook messages, offering help, for it has ended in truly tragic events.* For more info on behavior codes and ratings, please read here: https://facebook/note.php?note_id=283116538381555 For answers to Frequently Asked Questions, please see: https://facebook/notes/urgent-pets-on-death-row/frequently-asked-questions/789138367771017 You can call (212) 788-4000 for automated instructions.
Posted on: Mon, 25 Aug 2014 14:22:15 +0000

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