DAMIEN – A1093107
Safe - 10-13-2016 Brooklyn
**MUST BE PULLED BY A NEW HOPE RESCUE**
DAMIEN – A1093107
MALE, BLACK, DOMESTIC SH MIX,2 mos
STRAY – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition ILLNESS Intake Date 10/11/2016, From NY 11234, DueOut Date , I came in with Group/Litter #K16-077591
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary 10/11/16 Microchip scan neg. O: QARH. mm=pink, moist. CRT<2 s. Easy to handle. ORAL: All decid teeth erupted. EENT: Mod. congestion, nasal crusting. Severe chemosis, ocular crusting and mucopurulent discharge. H/L: Lungs clear. ABD/UG: Intact male. Palpation WNL. MS: Slightly thin body condition. INTEG: Full, unkempt haircoat. A: Age est. 2 months. Underweight, URI, severe conjunctivitis. P: Cleaned OU with warm water, applied Terramycin oint. Continue BID x 10 days. Gave Amoxi-Clav 45.7 mg/ml 0.3 ml PO. Continue BID x 10 days. Offered food – excellent appetite. Good prognosis.
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