SNOWBALL II – aka SNOWBALL – A1065567
Safe - 4-9-2016 Brooklyn
SNOWBALL II- A1065567
SPAYED FEMALE, BLACK, DOMESTIC SH MIX,10 yrs
OWNER SUR – ONHOLDHERE, HOLD FOR COURTESY Reason FIRE
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 02/19/2016, From NY 11218, DueOut Date 02/26/2016, I came in with Group/Litter #K16-048237.
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary SCAN NEGATIVE SPAYED FEMALE (PER PREVIOUS OWNER) APPROX. 10 YRS. BAR MM = PINK, MOIST INTEG= MODERATE AMOUNT OF DANDRUFF DIFFUSELY. HAD LARGE AMOUNT OF KITTY LITTER TRAPPED WITHIN FUR ALSO. TWO MATS ON EITHER SIDE OF THE BASE OF THE TAIL PRESENT. EENT = CLEAR OU, MODERATE AMOUNT OF BLACK DEBRIS, AU – PATIENT EXHIBITED PINNA-PEDAL REFLEX JUST BY TOUCHING PINNAE. NO NASAL DISCHARGE (NND), OLIGODONTIA – ONLY 2 UPPER CANINES REMAINING – GINGIVAL RECESSION PRESENT AND MODERATE DENTAL TARTAR H/L = NMA, NSR, CLEAR LUNG FIELDS ABDOMEN = SNP, DIFFICULT TO PALPATE ORGANS DUE TO BODY CONDITION GU = FS, NO MGTS, NO VAGINAL DISCHARGE CNS = A+A LN = WNL MS = BCS: 8/9, AMB X 4 A: GERIATRIC HEALTHY, OLIGODONTIA, OBESE, DANDRUFF PX: GOOD, SHORT TERM P: RECOMMEND DIET AND FULL SENIOR WORK UP UPON PLACEMENT TECH CHECK TO CLEAN EARS CONTINUE TO MONITOR APPETITE WHILE IN BACC
A volunteer writes: Snowball is a sweet older lady, but a goody. She is not white as snow, but she will still make your heart melt. She is a owner surrender who is a lovable girl, staring out at you looking for your attention. Loving your head rub and chin rubs rolling on her side. Watch out she is still very playful, just watch her go after a feather, she will amaze you with her energy. This friendly lady needs a new home, don’t pass her by because she is older, for she is still full of life.
CAME IN WITH
BABY – A1065572
PRETTY BOY – A1065570
BABYGIRL – A1065568
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