KILLED by ACC 9/17/2017 :💔👎👎
RIP sweet angel.💝.. your life mattered....💝 👎👎👎
*** Medical Emergency *** DO NOT LET this tiny girl #DIE ALONE in her cage too!! *** TINY 4 lb Ariel is SICK & her owners could not afford to take her to the vet SO they dumped her to DIE at the shelter. How horrible is THAT? She needs proper medical attention RIGHT NOW. PLEASE, PLEASE, HELP HER!!! Tiny ARIEL #A1125676 NEEDS YOU TODAY to save her life at the #Brooklyn, NY ACC!!! ARIEL #A1125676
Spayed female, white #Maltese mix.
The shelter staff about 9 years old.
I weigh 4.7 pounds.
I am from #NY 11368.
AT the shelter since Sep 16, 2017 because my owners could not afford to take me to the vet.
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Estimated age: 9yrs
Microchip noted on Intake? yes (985121002865553) 👎History: O/S – owners stated that the past 2 months Ariel has been going through on and off bouts of not eating and then diarrhea. They have not taken her to the vet due to cost and had been treating her at home by syringe feeding her water and wet food. She has recently been favoring her right side & has been lethargic, and experiencing weight loss. Visible eye discharge.
Subjective: #Dog is QAR/depressed Observed Behavior – Minimal to no restraint needed for exam and treatments. Dog allows all handling. Objective T = 102.4F P = 150 R = 70 BCS 1-2/9 EENT: Eyes – mucoid to mucopurulent ocular discharge with large crusts at medial canthus OU, moderate chemosis; ears clean; no nasal discharge noted; mild dry cough on tracheal palpation Oral Exam: Grade 4/4 dental dz; mm-pink, moist PLN: No enlargements noted H/L: NSR, NMA, CRT < 2, Lungs clear, eupnic ABD: Non painful, no masses palpated U/G: no palpable bladder; peri-vulvar area is extremely matted/crusted MSI: Ambulatory x 4, but very weak, skin free of parasites, no masses noted, coat unkempt – multiple mild-severe mats CNS: mentation appropriate – no signs of neurologic abnormalities Rectal: not performed Assessment: Emaciated, Lethargic Plan: Parvo Test – Neg. STT – OD 18mm/min, OS 10mm/min Prognosis: Fair-Poor SURGERY: Already spayed