TINY – A1090851
Safe - 9-25-2016 Brooklyn Rescue: Animals Can't Talk Please honor your pledges: Animals Can't Talk - 1167 Woodland Drive, E. Stroudsburg, PA 18301
SAFE 9/25/16 Little Tiny was found at a construction site and wounded. He’s a tough little guy, though, and is eating well. Now he needs YOU NOW to help him heal!!!
***excuse the bad photo! Tiny is ADORABLE!!!***
Tiny, A1090851 – Male – Stray – 0.7lbs
BARH. EATING WELL ON OWN WITH MINIMAL COAXING.
WOUND AT DORSAL ASPECT OF RH TARSUS, NO DISCHARGE OR BLEEDING, CONTINUES TO HAVE SIGNIFICANT SWELLING OF RH PAW (SLIGHTLY IMPROVED), NO PALPABLE FRACTURES
A: UNDERAGE, UNDERWEIGHT, WOUND
P: CONTINUE WITH CURRENT TREATMENT AND MONITORING PLAN. FAIR PROGNOSIS
~4 WEEKS, MALE
Q/BAR. MILD DEHYDRATION. EATING WELL ON OWN. BCS 2/9
TEETH CLEAN, EYES CLEAR, NO OCULAR OR NASAL DISCHARGE, EARS WNL
FLEA DIRT, DIRTY HAIR COAT
WOUND AT DORSAL HOCK WITH SIGNIFICANT SWELLING OF PAW RHL
PARVO TEST NEG
A: UNDERAGE/UNDERWEIGHT, WOUND, SWOLLEN PAW, FLEAS
P: CLEAN WOUND WITH NOLVASAN AND GAVE AUGMENTIN 0.15ML PO.
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