DIJION – A1077981
Safe - 7-12-2016 Brooklyn
Dijion – A1077981
FEMALE, BLACK / WHITE, DOMESTIC MH MIX,8 mos
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 06/18/2016, From NY 11214, DueOut Date 06/21/2016,
S/O: Vet check for weakness in hind limbs, reluctance to walk.
BAR on presentation, slightly timid
No c/s/v/d reported
mm = pink, sl. tacky; CRT<2 sec
adequate skin elasticity
No nasal discharge, clear OU, clean AU
H/L = wnl, nma, eupneic
abdomen = snp, nmp
MS = underweight, BCS: 2-3/9, no gait abnormalities, no palpable fractures, good PROM of hindlimbs
CNS = A+A
P: Continue to monitor appetite while in shelter. Offered canned Friskies food. Patient seemed hesitant to eat in front of people, but noted nibbling later on.
QAR – mild to moderate dehydration. 30cc LRS given SQ
F~ 10 months
Underweight – good appetite
Ears, eyes, nose, throat clear
Teeth white with light stains on canines
Coat dirty. No flea dirt or parasites noted
*While capable of standing and moving, seems disinclined to do so. No visible injury to hind legs, does not appear painful. May be due to condition. VC requested.
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