DOG

A316804

Reason:

STRAY

Intake Date:

Outcome:

5/24/18

EUTH

HLTH HST

6/2/18

Treatment Records:

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Type
Medication
Weight
Description
Reason
Diagnosis
Body Condition
5/30/18
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5/30/18- After conferring with about this dog- it is not a good candidate for placement due to multiple severe health issues: severe skin issues- cheyletiella- possible Sarcoptes- KCS as well as iffy behavior when administering treatments. I was also informed by an ACT that the dog will growl when food is present and they are trying to administer treatments. This dog obviously has some immunodeficiency and will always be in need of treatment. With behavior as it is for treatment and around resources- this dog's behavior makes it a public safety risk to place. Recommend humane euthanasia at the end of the stray period.
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5/25/18
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TRAMADOL 50
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5/25/18
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TRI-OTIC OINTMENT
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5/25/18
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CARPROFEN TAB 75 MG
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5/25/18
REVOLUTION
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5/26/18
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05/26/18 - daily rounds visual exam: dog is BAR - much improved from lethargy and fear seen yesterday; much better energy and attitude today; moving about kennel and wagging tail -
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5/27/18
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05/27/18 Dog given a bath with medicated shampoo. Was very tolerant of 081 and me touching her head- neck- and underside during the bath.
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5/29/18
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ACT reported concerns about high anxiety- laceration between toes of LF paw- and open sores on ventral neck. Dog is BAR- with good appetite. Barks continuously in kennel. Examined LF paw for wounds/lacerations - none found- though interdigital and interpad skin is moist and erythematous- so it is presdisposed to superficial lacerations when dog is clawing at kennel door- etc. A few tiny- superficial wounds present on ventral neck oozing serosanguinous fluid - again- due to markedly inflamed and moist skin- and not due to any particular incident. Eyes and nose appear much improved- according to CVT observation and compared to DVM notes from last week.
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5/30/18
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Not placeable due to several significant health problems as well as difficult/iffy behavior when administering treatment.
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5/30/18
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05/30/18 - dog is BAR with good appetite and energy; skin is overall improved since initial exam- starting to see healthy scabs- oozing wounds signigicantly decreased; general inflammation persists as expected with differential dx; Plan to continue abx and topical tx as allowed; Switch eye ointment to Neopolydex; Extend carprofen and tramadol additional 4 days Rx: carprofen (75 mg/tab) one tab PO BID x 4 days tramodol (50 mg/tab) one tab PO TID x 4 days Neopolybacdex: one strip OU BID x 4 days
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5/30/18
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CARPROFEN TAB 75 MG
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5/30/18
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TRAMADOL 50
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5/24/18
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This dog was picked up as a stray in the field. Upon viewing the dog at the shelter it has some sort of skin issue (mange or infection)- is clearly malnourished/underweight- has long nails- very crusty nose. This dog needs a veterinary investigative exam for possible case should someone attempt to reclaim. Dog is very scared currently. Administered DA2PP vaccine.
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5/24/18
DA2PP
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5/24/18
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61.8
Notes from visit to Camden Pet Hospital on 5/24/18: Temp 100.6- pulse 130- respirations 25- approximate age is 5 years- 61.8#- microchip found: 0a12436E1D OU: mucoid green discharge- OD severely tacky cornea- closed AU: scabbing on inner pinnas- yellow debris in canals- scarring and stenosis AS Nose: severely dry nasal planum with cracking- green exudate from cracks- severely painful Generalized lymphadenopathy Scabbing- yellow crusting- alopecia- lichenification of skin- generalized- but worst on ventral neck- face- legs x4- dorsum (Lumbar region)- ventral abdomen Severely overgrown toe nails all feet Body condition score 3.5/9 Swollen right stifle No evidence of any medical treatment
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3.5/9
5/25/18
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Mouth/Teeth - Not examined Ears - AU- scabbing on inner pinnae- yellow debris in canals; scarring and stenosis AS Eyes/Nose -Nose-severely dry nasal planum with cracking with frank blood from some and green exudate from others; source of pain Eyes: OU green mucoid discharge; OD- moderate blepharospasm. Heart/Lung - increased upper respiratory sounds on inspiration GI - No obvious abnormality Reproductive - pendulous teats; large vulva- no discharge noted Skin /Hair coat - generalized lichenification worse on ventral abdomen- ventral neck,face- legs x4- lumbar dorsum; scabs and crusts throughout; left front limb has serous discharge from area approx 6 cm length extending medially and laterally at anterior brachium; marked alopecia with scabbing at margins along dorsum at lumbar approx 13 cm length extending bilaterally to level of last rib; overgrown toenails on all feet- several very close to paw pad Musculoskeletal - right stifle swollen; ambulates normally Neurologic - No obvious abnormality Generalized lymphadenopathy Pain score 3/5 Heartworm test result: negative STT results: OD=0 OS= 0 Confirms KCS (keratoconjunctivitis sicca) diagnosis Skin scrape results: positive for Cheyletiella- bacteria- and yeast; highly suspect Sarcoptes scabiei and possible Demodex; cannot rule out autoimmune diseases affecting skin and eye Obtain superficial and deep skin scrape from margin of alopecia left thorax; Trimmed nails; applied 3 drops TriOtic ointemnt AU; cleaned serous wound left front anterior brachium with dilute chlorhexidine Administered one dose pyrantel pamoate PO and one dose Bravecto (fluralaner 1000 mg/tab) PO administered vaccine: Nobivac Canine 1-DAPPv- serial # 02121739B- exp 24 JAN 19 interscapular SC Applied Revolution (120 mg/mL) 2 mL topically interscapular Dx: severe pyoderma KCS Treatment Plan: address pain- start systemic antibiotics- treat ectoparasites RX: Cephalexin (500 mg/capsule) one tab PO BID x 7 days Cephalexin (250 mg/capsule) one tab PO BID x 7 days Tramadol (50 mg/tab) one tab PO TID x 4 days; dispesed 12 tabs Triple Ophthalmic Ointment: one strip OU BID x 7 days Dermavet Ointment: apply one strip on nose BID x 7 days Tri-Otic ointment- apply 2 drops AU BID x 7 days Carprofen (75 mg/tab) one tab PO BID x 3 days Medicated bath with Mal-a-Ket shampoo as allowed (dog is painful)- every 3 days for first week
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3/9
5/25/18
DA2PP
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5/25/18
HEARTWORM TEST
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5/25/18
PYRANTEL PAMOATE
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5/25/18
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CEPHALEXIN 250 MG
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5/25/18
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CEPHALEXIN 500 MG
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5/25/18
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DERMA-VET OINTMENT
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5/25/18
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NEOPOLYBAC
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Behavior Records:

Date
Reason
HEAD PAT
TOUCH
TOOTH
FOOD
Notes

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