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Lydia Schlitzkus | 6 months ago
Tuffie’s Spay And Small Mass Removal
Treatment Cost (USD): $667.00
Tuffie is a 1 year old Australian shepherd with plenty of energy! She reached a mature age and was ready to be spayed. She also had a small mass on her right leg that was removed while she was in for her spay.
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Krista Magnifico | 6 months ago
Meet Pink, A Chinese Crested Show Dog Who Needed Emergency Surgery For Her Pyometra
Treatment Cost (USD): $1324.00
Pink is a show girl. She has worked for many years to be a top performer and superstar. Her mom is a devoted caregiver and puts the health of her companions above all else. Her mom monitors her heat cycles. When they became a little wonky and Pink was not acting herself, or eating normally, she made a visit to come see me. Here is a quick synopsis of Pinks; July 2019 she had a urinary tract infection. treated and resolved with antibiotics. UTI's typically are diagnosed by physical exam and urinalysis. Nov 2019 Pink had abnormal vaginal discharge. She was also depressed, lethargic, and had a fever.
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Lydia Schlitzkus | 6 months ago
Luna’s Cruciate Repair
Treatment Cost (USD): $1285.00
Luna came in for a routine vet visit and to discuss some weakness in her right hind leg.
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Krista Magnifico | 6 months ago
Meet Tux An Older Indoor Domestic Cat Who Needed A Few Teeth Extracted. The Importance Of Dental Care And Cost To Treat.
Treatment Cost (USD): $808.00
Tux came to see me at his normal annual physical examination. On inspection of his mouth I noticed a significant amount of dental calculi over the teeth and red gums. He had no outward signs of dental disease, no trouble eating and was not displaying any signs of pain, trouble eating, or weight loss.
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Krista Magnifico | 6 months ago
Meet Hunter. He Needed His Tooth Removed. PM4 (premolar) The Largest Tooth In The Mouth. His Story Here.
Treatment Cost (USD): $941.00
Hunter was examined at his routine yearly physical. He had no indication of dental disease, oral cavity pain, or anything really. This is the real power of routine examinations; finding the problems before your pet suffers from them.
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Krista Magnifico | 6 months ago
Milo Is A Aussie Who Was Neutered At Almost 2 Years Old. Here Is The Story Of His Neuter Surgery.
Treatment Cost (USD): $507.00
Milo was neutered a little later in life at 1 yr 10 months old. He had a pre-op exam ($45), was current on his vaccines and also pre-op blood work ($60)..
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Krista Magnifico | 6 months ago
Bebo’s Bloody Urine Was The Result Of A Urinary Stone. Cystotomy. The Surgery And Costs Associated With This Condition.
Treatment Cost (USD): $878.00
Bebo was seen about a year before his surgery for bloody urine. His first visit at our clinic included an exam, blood work, antibiotics, radiographs, and a prescription food for urinary calculi. This initial exam and treatment plan cost was $297.45 Over the next few months the blood in the urine dissipated. In some cases urinary stones can be dissolved over time. Based on the initial urinalysis Bebo's vet was skeptical this would be Bebo's case. We encourage water intake and a urinary prescription diet in all of these cases. While some stones are not dissolvable we want to try to prohibit further stone formation. Also, these pets benefit greatly from the fluid help. Most dogs with urinary stones show little to no signs of pain, but,, we know this is painful because many pets will strain, urinate more frequently, or even have accidents in the house. Every pet with any kind of urinary changes should be examined (often with a urine sample sent to the lab AND an xray (although not all stones will show up well on an xray!).
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maria | 6 months ago
Kody’s IVDD Surgeries
Treatment Cost (USD): $22500.00
Complete and sudden hind leg paralysis and severe neck pain
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Krista Magnifico | 7 months ago
First Sick Puppy Exam, Meet Denver. This Is A Story Of A New Puppy And His First Vet Visit Because He Wasn’t Feeling Well.
Treatment Cost (USD): $211.00
Denvers first exam was when he was not feeling well. He was having vomiting and diarrhea and not eating well.\ for about a day. As with all puppy illness it is really important to not wait long if they aren't doing well. Puppies are fragile and they can dehydrate very quickly.
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Krista Magnifico | 7 months ago
First Puppy Exam, Meet Oakley. This Is A Story Of A New Puppy And The Veterinary Visits They Need To Start Off On The Right Paw.
Treatment Cost (USD): $155.00
It is my advice that every new pet should be seen by a veterinarian within 3-5 days of purchase/ adoption. Based on the previous records a puppy vaccination, surgical, and behavioral plan can be laid out.
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