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Case of the Month

Over the years we have treated all sort of animals for all sorts of illnesses and injuries. We have kept records of these cases, and will add one per month for you to discover what it is we do here at Pet Street Station Animal Hospital. As the months pass, we will provide a link on this page to the archives of previous cases.

Enjoy!

  • July, 2004: This Spring a Great Horned Owl was brought in by a client from the Town of McDonough, who found him in a drainage ditch weak and unable to fly. On our physical exam we found him to be very cold and thin and unable to use his right foot.
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  • August, 2004: A young female pet ferret was presented to Pet Street Station Animal Hospital with a history of vomiting all her food up and acting a little weak.
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  • September, 2004: Blackie is a 3 year old black long haired cat who was found as a stray. His new owner noticed that Blackie's eyes were..
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  • October, 2004: A 4 month old neutered male feline was presented to Pet Street Station Animal Hospital with the chief complaint that “G” was not eating or drinking for the last 4 days.
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  • November, 2004: "Glen", an 11-month old Border Collie, presented to us by a rescue organization to be evaluated for an angular limb deformity of his back leg.
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  • December, 2004: "Marley", a 50 pound 3 year old neutered male boxer dog presented as an after hours emergency having just been struck by a car 20 minutes earlier.
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  • January, 2005: "Gus", an 11 year old neutered male German Shepherd was presented to the clinic with the vague signs of lethargy, one vomiting episode, and lack of appetite for several days.
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  • March, 2005: "Goldie" is a female golden retriever canine weighing 60 pounds who presented to the clinic on 12/30/04 with the chief complaint of frequent urinations of an off colored urine.
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  • April, 2005: "Shadow", an 11 ½-year-old male German Shepherd, came to see us for lameness on his hind legs and had been acting very lethargic lately..
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  • June, 2005: A tale of two fractures: Jessie is a 13-year-old spayed female rottweiler cross, and Odie is an 8-year-old neutered black lab
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  • July, 2005: A spay procedure or Ovariohysterectomy is an important and common procedure in many species of animals but especially in dogs and cats.
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  • August, 2005: Summer is prime time for ectoparasite infestations like fleas and ticks. Another infestation seen more infrequently but equally, if not more, disturbing to pet and owner is fly larvae or maggots.
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  • October, 2005: A 4-year-old kitty named McKenzie presented to Pet Street Station Animal Hospital in July with a history of having urinary "accidents" inside the house but outside the litter box for the previous several weeks. McKenzie had been eating and drinking and seemed fine otherwise.
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  • February, 2006: One of the most dangerous winter season health hazards for pets is ethylene glycol toxicity or antifreeze poisoning.
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  • April, 2006: Jake is a 7-year-old neutered male domestic shorthaired feline who presented after hours with the chief complaint of lethargy for 2 days duration, not eating, running to the litter box frequently, straining, and crying.
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  • July, 2006: Nick is a 4-year old neutered male Border Collie. He was given up by his owner to a shelter in the New York City area. He was transferred to Glen Highland Farm, a breed specific Border Collie rescue located in Morris, NY.
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  • February 2007 : Sam presented to Pet Street Station Animal Hospital with a history of straining to urinate and/or defecate for 2-3 days. He seemed to be doing fine otherwise except draining a little urine while walking on the day of presentation. He was eating and drinking normally. Sam is a 12-year-old neutered male Doberman Labrador cross.
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  • April 2007 : McKenzie presented to Pet Street Station Animal Hospital early one morning after being struck by a car.
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  • June 2007 : Dice presented to Pet Street Station Animal Hospital as an emergency after suffering a gun shot wound to his right front foot. Dice is a 6-year-old German Shepard mix.
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  • July 2007 : Duncan is a 7-year-old neutered male West Highland white terrier. From his first year of life he has been plagued with skin and hair coat problems..
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  • November 2007 : “R” is a 7.5-year-old spayed female Golden Retriever cross who came in for an evaluation of a right foreleg lameness of 3-week duration.
    ...more here...
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