JAGGY P – A1104505
Safe - 2-23-2017 Brooklyn
SAFE 2/23/17 Vocal JAGGY P! Needs Your Help Today..10 Wk. Old Pawesome [email protected] BACC
Jaggy P A1104505, Stray, 10 wks. Old, Female, Brown Tabby DSH, 2.3 lbs.
Microchip scan neg.
F, approx 10 weeks old.
S/O: BAR. mm=lt pink, sl tacky, CRT<2 s. Active, vocal, very social and easy to handle.
ORAL: All deciduous teeth present.
EENT: Mild mucoid discharge OS. Mild mucopurulent nasal discharge.
H/L: Lungs clear, no murmurs/arrhythmias.
ABD/UG: Female. Abd palpation WNL.
MS: Non weight bearing lame left hind leg. Palpable fracture of tibia. Thin body condition – BCS=2/9.
INTEG: Scruffy, unkempt haircoat.
NEURO: Very subtle head and body tremor. No obvious ataxia but difficult to fully assess gait due to fracture.
A: Age est 10 weeks. Underweight. URI. Fractured left tibia. Head/body tremore – r/o due to pain vs very mild cerebellar hypoplasia.
P: Buprenorphine 0.3 mg/ml. 0.1 ml SQ. Continue BID x 7 days.
Radiograph left hind leg.
House in iso.
Start Doxycycline 50 mg/ml. 0.25 ml PO q 24 hours x 10 days.
Apply Terramycin OU BID x 10 days.
Good prognosis with appropriate care.
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