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Patient of the Day: Panda, Collie Mix

This long tongue belongs to Panda! No, not the actual Panda Bear, but this super soft boy looks very much like one! Panda is a 7-year-old Collie mix, who has a 2-year history of non-painful gaiting changes… getting clumsy, and not being able to climb onto the couch being primary complaints. He originally came to […]

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Patient of the Day: Bambi

Meet Bambi, our newest patient who transferred to us yesterday morning after presenting to the emergency department unable to walk. It’s not uncommon for our patients to present not walking, but when they weigh over 200 pounds it’s kind of a big deal! Bambi is going to have an MRI this morning and luckily for […]

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Patient of the Day: Hoss, St. Bernard

Hoss is a 10.5 year old St. Bernard mix who presented on an emergent basis yesterday for neck pain and right front leg lameness. He was referred to Dr. Lane for a definitive diagnosis. Hoss underwent an MRI study of his neck and shoulder this morning. The source of pain was determined to be his […]

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Patient of the Day: Greta

This brown-eyed beauty is Greta. Greta presented to Central Veterinary Emergency on January 6th with a recent history of lethargy, inactivity, and dullness, as well as decreased vision. CVES recommended a neuro consult, which was performed by Dr. Lane. Greta had an MRI and CSF tap on Wednesday. Dr. Lane diagnosed Left Frontal Encephalitis. She is […]

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Patient of the Day: Skittles

Skittles has experienced progressive visual dysfunction and behavior change. Skittles parents have pushed for the best for their family member. After undergoing MRI of the brain and cerebrospinal fluid analysis, Skittles is undergoing aggressive immunotherapy for inflammation of the brain and visual nerves. As you can see, we are ready to start chasing the squirrels again…. […]

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Patient of the Day: Trooper, Golden Retriever

Freedom Rescue saved Trooper, this 5 month old Retriever mix, from a home in Missouri where he was not being properly cared for. He arrived in Colorado very thin, with a wound on the side of his face and pneumonia. He was being treated at Deer Creek Animal Hospital immediately upon arrival to Denver, and […]

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