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Suzanne Cannon | 1 year ago
Feline Spay (OHE) In A Domestic Shorthair: Lemon’s Story
Treatment Cost (USD): $188.00
Lemon is an approximately 2 year old domestic shorthair cat who showed up as a stray at her owner's home. Shortly after arriving, she gave birth to a litter of 4 kittens. Lemon's owner decided to keep and care for her, so the decision was made to spay Lemon so she doesn't have more kittens. At Lemon's first exam appointment, it was noted that she had some enlarged mammary tissue.
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Suzanne Cannon | 1 year ago
Indie’s Story: Spay Surgery (OHE) In A Pembroke Welsh Corgi
Treatment Cost (USD): $522.00
Indie is a 9 month old Pembroke Welsh Corgi who presented for a spay procedure (OHE, or ovariohysterectomy.)
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Suzanne Cannon | 1 year ago
Spay Surgery (OHE) In A Shih Tzu/Bichon Mix: Alyse’s Story
Treatment Cost (USD): $424.89
Alyse is a 9 month old Shih Tzu/Bichon Frise mix who underwent spay surgery (ovariohysterectomy, or OHE) at Jarrettsville Veterinary Center.
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Krista Magnifico | 1 year ago
Kirra’s Mass Removals And Dental Cleaning.
Treatment Cost (USD): $1028.52
Kirra had two masses growing under the skin over her spinal area. They larger one was about the size of a lemon and the smaller, just a few inches from the first closer to her tail, was about the size of a grape. The larger one was beginning to cause the skin to stretch to the point where rupture was eminent. When a mass ruptures the area is very unlikely to heal closed as this is abnormal tissue. A nonhealing wound or ruptured mass can result in chronic bleeding/exudate, infection or even maggots. Large masses that are about to cause skin rupture should be surgically excused before they get so large the skin opens or the mass removal is too large to close, or is causing the pet discomfort or ambulatory difficulty.
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Krista Magnifico | 1 year ago
Dental Cleaning And Mass Removal In A Bloodhound.
Treatment Cost (USD): $1081.00
Dewey is a one year old Bloodhound who had a pendulous subcutaneous mass at his sternum. He was also unneutered. The mass needed to be removed as it hanging and the skin covering it was thinning and would eventually rupture. A pendulous mass will continue to stretch and eventually rupture which would then need to be surgically removed. In doing both surgeries at the same time it reduced both the cost and the anesthesia risk/exposure.
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Krista Magnifico | 1 year ago
Routine Dental Cleaning For A Canine (dog).
Treatment Cost (USD): $325.00
Natasha is a middle aged Doberman with dental calculi and mild gum inflammation. After an examination and pre-op bloodwork (about $200 for this) she was scheduled for a routine dental cleaning and polish under general anesthesia.
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Pam | 1 year ago
Buster Had A Cyst Removed
Treatment Cost (USD): $1300.00
Buster had a large cyst/mass on the outside of his body , near his hind leg . I was very concerned because it came out of nowhere . I was as large as a golf ball . I took him mediately to Jarrettville Vet center . We immediately decided to start planning bloodwork and pre opt test for removal of Mass We talked about surgery with options to remove the mass within a week he had his surgery and had no complications afterwards. During pre opt , we also noticed rotten teeth and with the Discussions we had . We removed this rotten teeth while under for his mass removal . I was thankful that she pointed them out and had no complications removing his teeth.
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Krista Magnifico | 1 year ago
Ruby Was Found To Have Mild Dental Disease On Her Annual Physical Exam. This Is The Story Of Her Dental Cleaning.
Treatment Cost (USD): $421.00
Ruby has yearly physical examinations. On this years exam mild dental calculi and tartar were noticed. Based on her age, breed and heart murmur status it was decided that a routine dental cleaning would be in her best interest. After her exam pre-operative blood work was done and she was scheduled for general anesthesia and a scale, polish and oral cavity exam.
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Krista Magnifico | 1 year ago
Cranial Cruciate Ligament Surgery. Meet Bosun. This Is The Story About His Lateral Fabellar Suture Repair For His Knee Injury.
Treatment Cost (USD): $1650.00
Bosun's knee injury occurred like most of them do; he was running/playing in the park, having a grand time, then turned quickly, YELPED! After that he was chronically lame.. The lameness for this injury is typically bad for a few days, then improves marginally with rest, only to recur with any slight amount of exercise or activity.
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1 year ago

Bosun is doing very well! Slow but steady recovery. Bosun is getting around noticeably better and can steady himself fairly easily when he gets up instead of having the leg fall away underneath him. I mean, we know at the age of ten, that Bosun will not be running around like his younger puppy days or anything, our expectations are realistic. He is much better getting up and moving around post surgery and his quality of life is considerably better. In my opinion, and I like to believe in Bosun’s too, the surgery was totally worth doing. Bosun is such… Read more »

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Suzanne Cannon | 1 year ago
Paisley’s Story: Spay Surgery (OHE) In A Pug
Treatment Cost (USD): $591.49
Paisley is an 8 month old pug who presented to the clinic for a spay (OHE: ovariohysterectomy) procedure.
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