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A 10-year-old 8.8-kg (19.4-lb) castrated male West Highland White Terrier (vaccination status, current) was evaluated because of acute progressive tetraparesis. The dog had been initially examined by the referring veterinarian because of

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A 2-year-old 14.8-kg (32.6-lb) spayed female Beagle was referred to a veterinary teaching hospital because of apparently painful defecation of approximately 1 week's duration. The primary care veterinarian had initiated treatment of the dog with

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depressed appetite (each of 1 month's duration). Prior to evaluation, the referring veterinarian had performed a thyroid hormone assessment, urinalysis, and water deprivation test. Serum total thyroxine concentration (0.5 ng/dL; reference interval, 1.0 to 4

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grabbed at the cervical region and then dropped by the larger dog. The patient was taken to her primary care veterinarian for assessment, where she was determined to be in a near comatose state. Puncture wounds were noted at the back of the head. The dog

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made previously by the referring veterinarian, who also surgically removed a subcutaneous lipoma from the left shoulder area 6 months before the evaluation. Physical examination: The dog had a body condition score of 8/9. There was moderate pelvic

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by the referring veterinarian, who noted a swollen and stenotic external right ear canal, an enophthalmic right eye, and a historical grade 3/6 left apical systolic heart murmur. Cytologic examination of swab specimens from both ear canals revealed

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by the referring veterinarian; there were no abnormal findings. The dog was referred to the veterinary neurology service. On admission, the dog was assessed by a board-certified veterinary neurologist. Neurologic examination

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referring veterinarian; radiographic findings included multifocal ventral spondylosis deformans but were otherwise unremarkable. The dog was treated with rest, tramadol (2.56 mg/kg [1.16 mg/lb], PO, q 12 h), and meloxicam (0.19 mg/kg [0.09 mg/lb], PO, q 24 h

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the cat nonambulatory in their yard 2 hours after being let outside and immediately took it to the referring veterinarian. Radiographic findings suggested a possible pelvic fracture, but the cat had adequate urinary continence. Cage rest was

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A 10-year-old 31.9-kg (70.2-lb) sexually intact male Belgian Malinois was evaluated following a 2-week history of seizures and mentation changes. Phenobarbital administration was initiated by the primary care veterinarian 1 week prior. During the

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