MUNCHKIN – A1105406
Safe - 3-10-2017 Brooklyn
SAFE 3/10/17 Pretty Girl MUNCHKIN Has A Paw Injury & Needs Your Help Today..Meet Her @ BACC
MUNCHKIN – A1105406
SPAYED FEMALE, BRN TABBY / WHITE, DOMESTIC SH MIX,1 yr
STRAY – STRAYAVAI, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 03/05/2017, From NY 11219, DueOut Date 03/08/2017,
DVM Intake Exam Findings
S) Observed Behavior -scared and ready to scape during examination
Evidence of Cruelty seen – none.
Evidence of Trauma seen – none.
LIMITED EXAM DUE TO BEHAIVOR
Age/ Sex – 1 yr old F Fel.
BAR H BCS 5/9
EENM: OU Clear, AU Clean, No nasal discharge noted, No dental tartar, MM Pink and moist, CRT 2 sec
MS/INTEG: Amb X 4, No external parasites seen. Clean skin, no masses noted, healthy clean hair coat
NS: Mentally appropriate , no signs of neurologic abnormalities
UG: Intact female
1.- Laceration left front paw bottom pad
PLAN: Treat paw and Elective surgery
Recommend FIV/FeLV test and microchip on the time of spay (needs sedation)
TREATMENT:Amoxi/clav 1 ml PO BID 7days
advantage 2 applied
0.4ml pyrantel given in food
Product Name: Merck
Serial Number 02061287A
Location of Vaccination: RFL
Revaccination Date: 3/19/17
Product Name: Zoetis
Serial Number 170034
Location of Vaccination: RHL
Revaccination Date: 3/5/18
Veterinarian: Dr. Juarez
Hiding in litter box at back of kennel. With a slow approach I was able to touch her and give a gentle pass over her body but she’s uncomfortable with the touching. Tense and wary, really wants to be invisible. In a horrible location, bottom cage right by the door. Added a screen cover to one side of her double kennel, sprayed Feliway and gave some treats.
Cowering in box at very back of kennel, body low, alert. Room is really loud right now and it seems to be stressing her out, in addition to already being in a stressful location. Wasn’t receptive to much interaction at this time. Sprayed Feliway and gave some treats.
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