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Krista Magnifico | 10 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 | 11 months ago
Cat Spay. Routine OHE. Meet Dash, About The Sweetest, Cutest Kitten Ever!
Treatment Cost (USD): $221.51
Dash was adopted a little later than most kittens are. She was vaccinated previously at anpther local small animal clinic. When her new family adopted her they brought her to us for an exam and pre-op bloodwork. Cost of the exam $45 Blood work (6 panel chemistry and CBC) $60
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Suzanne Cannon | 1 year ago
Feline Neuter Surgery For Persian Cat, Cyrus
Treatment Cost (USD): $300.00
Cyrus is a 2 year old Persian cat who underwent feline neuter surgery at Jarrettsville Veterinary Center. Persian cats are "brachycephalic," meaning they have flat faces. ("Bracychephaly" means "short skull.") Brachycephalic cats like Cyrus can sometimes have breathing difficulties due to their anatomy, and they are at higher risk for breathing complications during surgery. For this reason, extra precautions were taken during Cyrus's neuter to ensure that he could breathe properly. This resulted in the costs being a little higher than they would be for a straightforward neuter of a non-brachycephalic breed.
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Suzanne Cannon | 1 year ago
Feline Spay (OHE) In 10-Month Old Kitten: Prudence
Treatment Cost (USD): $206.00
Prudence, a 10-month old domestic shorthair tabby cat, presented to the clinic for a spay (ovariohysterectomy or OHE) surgery.
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Krista Magnifico | 1 year ago
Meet Malibu, A 14 Yr Old Indoor Cat With A Pyometra
Treatment Cost (USD): $455.00
Eating some. Lethargic. White discharge from vulva? Licking a lot. No vomiting or diarrhea. Indoor only. Patient is NOT spayed. Last heat cycle about 8 weeks ago.
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Krista Magnifico | 1 year ago
Radioiodine Treatment For A Hyperthyroid Cat. Treatment For Hyperthyroidism In A Cat With I-131.
Treatment Cost (USD): $1962.00
Bica was experiencing weight loss. This was also muscle loss. She seemed healthy, was eating well, but losing muscle mass.
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Lydia Schlitzkus | 1 year ago
An Unblocking Procedure On A 4 Year Old Feline (cat)
Treatment Cost (USD): $1446.00
Ricky came in to Jarrettsville Vet Center with symptoms of not urinating and hiding in his house as well as vomiting. His owners were concerned that he wasn't acting like himself. After an examination he was determined to have a urinary blockage. Ricky had urinary problems for about a month prior to the eventual blockage. This is a common occurrence with cats and it is important to talk with your vet about a treatment plan.
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Pam Brooks | 1 year ago
Cat With Allergies
Treatment Cost (USD): $335.50
Took my cat was taken in to the vet in May to treat allergies, difficulty breathing (snoring sounds) and a head tilt. Eyes don't look the same. One eye's pupil is smaller. Was given an exam, anti inflammatory, antibiotic (convenia), vitamin b-12, ear drops, and an X-ray of lungs. Vet did not communicate with me about any of the issues. I've been a client for 5-6 years. Vet tech said she hoped cat didn't have Horner's syndrome. I didn't know what it was or what to say. She said the "next step" would be seeing a specialist. I did not know what that meant either, as they had never said this to me. They were busy I had dropped off the cat between appts and came back to pick him up.
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Cathy
11 months ago
Reply to  Pam Brooks

How is Lucas doing?

Lyssa
10 months ago
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Pam, did Lucas ever find relief? Did the antibiotics help?

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Suzanne Cannon | 1 year ago
Lucy: Feline With Severe, Chronic Stomatitis
Treatment Cost (USD): $705.70
Lucy is a rescued kitty who first came in to Jarrettsville Veterinary Center with her new owner because she wasn't feeling well - she was lethargic, not eating well, and had two large lumps on the side of her mouth. She was diagnosed with severe stomatitis and hospitalized for treatment. Over the course of the next several months, Lucy received multiple medical treatments in an effort to manage the distressing symptoms caused by her stomatitis. She was given several courses of antibiotics, steroids, and pain meds, and even received laser treatments to help manage pain and swelling. Eventually it was recommended that the best way to help Lucy would be to schedule her for a complete dental cleaning and extractions of diseased teeth.
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Suzanne Cannon | 1 year ago
George The Cat – A Girl With A Painful Mouth
Treatment Cost (USD): $642.48
George, an older female cat, was rescued by a neighbor after her original owner passed away. Her new owner brought George to Jarrettsville Veterinary Center because she seemed to be in pain when eating, often pawing at her mouth.
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