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Krista Magnifico | 4 years ago
Painful Mouth, Difficulty Eating, Ulcers On A Cats Mouth/lips. Indolent/rodent Ulcers. Feline
Treatment Cost (USD): $143.70
Werewolf was having trouble eating, eating less and also less active. His family thought he might have a bad tooth, which is common in older cats, but instead he had ulcers on the top lip, left and right.
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  1. Nicole Jacobs

    Hi. Can you tell me how you treated this? My Pumpkin has a very similar problem, he has a set of asymmetrical ulcers on his upper lip, but they aren’t going away and none of his vets (regular and oncologist) have a clue what they are from or how to resolve them. He was doing well with chemotherapy for Lymphoma but the ulcers have made him backtrack.

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Pi Mann | 4 years ago
My 17 Year Old Started Mega Colon About 3-4 Years Ago, ,the Feces Would Come…
Mega Colon and Tumors
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  1. Pi Mann Post author

    Thanks for reply, yes i give her any type of canned wet food she will eat, realizing that they are equivalent to cheeseburgers…but at her age she can eat anything as far as i’m concerned. Just want her to eat and poop each day. I do have miralax for her but have been afraid that by adding it, she won’t eat the soft food which she is becoming very particular about it and demanding shrimp. She urinates quite often, another symptom of feces staying in the colon too long?….gets all the water drawn out is my guess. We go for walks usually each morning, but lately i’ve had some nasty coyotes around and rattlesnakes this summer. I was sitting on the steps one morning as she was about 10 feet away and a bobcat came around the corner of the cabin… and i didn’t give them a chance to interact, i swooped her up. One morning we were out and a coyote came through the yard and spotted her…Boo Kitty charged it and it ran off, never seen a black cat before…but i’m sure it would soon get brave. i have a video of the coyote barking at her through the glass porch door. i’ve been chasing them off lately and seems good now for our morning walks. After 10 minutes or so, she heads back to the cabin and i follow! but yes, will give the miralax a try again, wasn’t sure about it’s spoiling the taste for her. I had tried to mix it in water, she demands a bowl of warm water on the shower floor each morning. She started to go into the shower and lick the shower floor even though she has plenty of water. She likes it flowing so i may try and get a fountain waterer for her. but i often fill bowls here and there, she likes warm water too sometimes. She’s queen and if she wants water from my cup..so be it! She also has this weird thing about wandering around sometimes and looking for some magic fluff or dust on the carpet and eats it. i keep the carpets vacuumed 2-3 times a day. I assume her tummy is uncomfortable and is looking for a magic elixir of sorts. She never liked treats, but now wants them. Something about the IAMS hairball care shrimp flavored formula, others not so much. Thanks again for your great video on youtube and time! She travels well now, we go up to the mountains and she gets a little more exercise on those trips.

  2. Pi Mann Post author

    OK, i just dipped a shrimp in a little miralax and she ate it!
    thanks for the encouragement…..i think that will be the new standard…..

  3. Pi Mann Post author

    Miralax works well, i’m surprised…dosage is always a concern eg. giving too much gets a little messy..but seems to be the real trick!

  4. Krista Magnifico

    Thank you for adding your story! Wishing you and your kitty continued success. I will add that I have been very happy with adding a tiny amount of miralax to the food daily. I also recommend feeding canned food with water added and getting them up to exercise as much as possible. Use catnip, a harness to walk them outside or even a large training wheel. These help immensely.

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Anna Darargeh | 4 years ago
Towson Pet ER
Treatment Cost (USD): $12500.00
Vomiting
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  1. Krista Magnifico

    I am so sorry to hear about your experience. Truly. I hope that your pup is better and I hope that we can find a way to offer more help to more people who need it so we can save more pets. I would like to hear more about who offered to help with your pets care and maybe we can assist with this? you can call the clinic for an appointment or email me. best of luck to you all,
    krista

  2. Alexandra Fishman

    Hey Anna!

    I was just reading through the stories and I wanted to clarify one thing for you. The standard for a criminal case is beyond a reasonable doubt (somewhere around 95%) as we don’t want to throw innocent people in prison. The standard for a civil case, which this would most likely be, is only “a preponderance of evidence” or more likely than not (anything over 50%). This is not that high of a standard and is a lot easier to meet.

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Krista Magnifico | 4 years ago
Dental Cleaning With Extractions. Meet Mocha A Middle Aged Chihuahua Who Needed Her Teeth Cleaned…
Treatment Cost (USD): $438.84
Many small breed dogs have dental disease by the time they are 3 or 4 years old. Mocha had already had one dental and needed another due to dental calculi accumulation that caused gum recession and tooth mobility.
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Krista Magnifico | 4 years ago
Dental Cleaning Without Extractions Needed In A Young Chihuahua. Meet Rocco.
Treatment Cost (USD): $274.70
Like many chihuahua's Rocco was acquiring dental calculi and gum inflammation at an early age. He needed a dental cleaning to help resolve these. All dogs should have daily tooth brushing, the smaller breeds likely need cleanings every 2-3 years. We wanted to clean his early to try to avoid extractions down the road.
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Alexandra Caplescu | 4 years ago
Frecvent Epilepsy Episodes
Treatment Cost (USD): $50.00
My dog is 3 years old. 2 and a half months ago she had her first seasure and continued having one every 3 weeks. But now things got complicated and from last morning until now she had 14 Seizures (epilepsy), in the distance of 1 and a half hours. Last night we went to the vet and they injected fenobarbital in her muscle but it didn't make a difference, she had 4 episodes in the night, and continued having all day long. The next day, The vet injected again under skin fenobarbital 100mg but we didn't saw any king of improvement, she continued having seasures in the same amount of time. What should we do? We are desperate and seems like nothing is working.
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  1. Krista Magnifico

    hello, i think that your intention was to add this to our question page. Can you go there and ask it? we will do our best to answer promptly.

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Kate McKelvie | 4 years ago
Blocked Cat/male Cat With Urethral Obstruction
Treatment Cost (USD): $992.68
Max came to us painful and unable to urinate- he had been unblocked at another clinic the day before. Because of money concerns they removed his urinary catheter and discharged him that night.
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Krista Magnifico | 4 years ago
Cystotomy Surgery. Canine. Meet Molly. My Patient. Molly Had A Large Bladder Stone That Was…
Treatment Cost (USD): $859.49
Molly was having accidents in the house for many months. Over time the accidents started to have blood in them. That's what brought her in for me to see.
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Krista Magnifico | 4 years ago
Bridget Is A 9 Yr Old Havenese With A History Of Glaucoma. Her Is Non-functional…
Treatment Cost (USD): $859.00
Squinting, painful left eye. Cornea was blue and the eye was enlarged. She was seen multiple times at an ophthalmologists office to resolve the condition. The eye was poorly responsive to medical therapies
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Krista Magnifico | 4 years ago
Bridget Is A 9 Yr Old Havenese With A History Of Glaucoma. Her Is Non-functional…
Treatment Cost (USD): $859.00
Squinting, painful left eye. Cornea was blue and the eye was enlarged. She was seen multiple times at an ophthalmologists office to resolve the condition. The eye was poorly responsive to medical therapies
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  1. Krista Magnifico Post author

    Here is her invoice (note she also had 3 teeth removed during this procedure. That charge was removed from the posted enucleation charge above. Invoice Number XXX Date 6/11/2018 Total $934.09 Paid in Transaction $934.09 Paid to Date $934.09 Amount Remaining $0.00 Patient Provider Description Date Quantity Subtotal Tax Total Bridget Krista Magnifico, D.V.M. ENUCLEATION CANINE 6/11/2018 1 $350.00 0 $350.00 Bridget Krista Magnifico, D.V.M. ANESTHESIA 6/11/2018 1 $125.00 0 $125.00 Bridget Krista Magnifico, D.V.M. ANESTHESIA (ADDITIONAL/MINUTE) 6/11/2018 25 $37.50 0 $37.50 Bridget Krista Magnifico, D.V.M. I V CATHETER PLACEMENT 6/11/2018 1 $40.00 0 $40.00 Bridget Krista Magnifico, D.V.M. FLUIDS INTRAVENOUS 6/11/2018 1 $50.00 0 $50.00 Bridget Krista Magnifico, D.V.M. Fluid Pump 6/11/2018 1 $25.00 0 $25.00 Bridget Krista Magnifico, D.V.M. Propoflo Induction, per use 6/11/2018 1 $60.00 0 $60.00 Bridget Krista Magnifico, D.V.M. Ampicillin injectable 100mg/ml 6/11/2018 0.8 $21.64 0 $21.64 Bridget Krista Magnifico, D.V.M. RIMADYL INJ. 50mg/mL 6/11/2018 0.6 $21.59 0 $21.59 Bridget Krista Magnifico, D.V.M. Fentanyl Patch 25mcg/h 6/11/2018 1 $48.00 0 $48.00 Bridget Krista Magnifico, D.V.M. Additional Suture Pack 6/11/2018 1 $15.00 0 $15.00 Bridget Krista Magnifico, D.V.M. Clavamox 62.5 mg. 6/11/2018 20 $34.00 0 $34.00 Bridget Krista Magnifico, D.V.M. Rimadyl 25 mg Chewable 6/11/2018 8 $21.36 0 $21.36 Bridget Krista Magnifico, D.V.M. Collar, Plastic Small 6/11/2018 1 $10.00 0 $10.00 Bridget Krista Magnifico, D.V.M. Tooth Extraction, single root 6/11/2018 3 $75.00 0 $75.00 Invoice Total $934.09 $934.09 Paid in Transaction $934.09 Paid to Date $934.09 Amount Remaining $0.00