DOG

A282094

Reason:

CONFISCATE

Intake Date:

Outcome:

10/16/17

EUTH

EUTH REQ

10/20/17

Treatment Records:

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10/17/17
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10/17/17 - ACO was concerned last night that the dog's left eye appeared swollen. This afternoon his eyelids appear to be about the same but he does have a pink- possibly slightly inflamed area on the skin at the medial canthus. No blepharospasm or discharge noted. Difficult to see that side of his head. Possibly banged his eye during capture or transport? Just monitor for now. 10/18/17 - Note: Did not go into his kennel (declared dog) so I only saw the eyelids from the side and could not see the left globe itself. Image #2 from impound shows the left lid drooping slightly and the pinkness of the skin at the medial canthus. None of the photos from impound allow an evaluation of the pupil condition at the time of impound.
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10/18/17
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10/18/17 - This morning the left eyelid is droopy and the pupil is completely dilated. Has the appearance of acute glaucoma- but we do not have ability to test pressure. He also is quiet- scared- but responsive and got up to go out. At this point we noted crossing over in the rear and knuckling in the right rear. ACT said she thought he was knuckled over on the right front when she changed him to the other side of his kennel. There is a callus on the anteriolateral carpus of the RF leg. He seems a bit weak or slow when being walked. This movement has the appearance of degenerative myelopathy. Unknown medical history. Owner has taken him for a rabies vaccine to a monthly clinic- so there is not veterinarian to contact. Therefore- we have no idea if the movement abnormalities- which are not constant- were already there. ACO does not know if the eye was abnormal when the dog was loaded into the truck. Note: Photos of the dog upon impound show the left eyelid as drooping. Cannot determine what the globe looked like.
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10/18/17
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10/18/17 - MACC Supervisor took this dog to Camden Vet Hospital. Tonometry results: Right eye pressure WNL (16,15,15) Left eye pressure quite elevated (42,45,46). Fluorescein stain negative for ulceration. Menace negative. Could not visualize retina. Weakness in ambulation. Lack of conscious proprioception x 4- but + withdrawal and pain responses x 4. Pressure sores x 4. No fever. Drew blood for 4Dx test to R/O tick paralysis. Same conclusions: glaucoma- DDx myelopathy (degen- M.G. other).
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Behavior Records:

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HEAD PAT
TOUCH
TOOTH
FOOD
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