Penny's Gastroenteritis

Penny’s Gastroenteritis Update

Remember Penny? She was here last December due to a severe gastroenteritis.

Dr. Evans performed a successful surgery on Penny in order to treat her gastrointestinal issues. Two months later, Penny came back to Miami Veterinary Specialists for a recheck.

Penny’s owner shared that she has recovered fantastically! She is already back to being the happy &

Dental health month

National Pet Dental Health Month

February is National Pet Dental Health Month!

Turning away your nose from your furry friend’s bad breath? Attention! This might be a sign of a serious health risk for your pet to his/her gums, teeth and internal organs.

The American Veterinary Medical Association reports that 70% of cats and 80% of dogs have some kind of oral disease by the age of 3.

Anemia and Chronic Kidney

Anemia and Chronic Kidney Disease in Dogs

Tycle is a 7-year old Shih Tzu. He presented to Miami Veterinary Specialists due to intermittent seizure activity for the past 25 days. For the past 25 days he lost significant weight, his appetite decreased, and became very thirsty all the time.

Tycle was seen by Dr. Stephanie Cerovsky and Dr. Rebecca Aldoretta,

Foreign Object

Ebro’s Foreign Object

Meet Ebro, an 8-year old and 2-color eyed Siberian Husky. He presented to Miami Veterinary Specialists for vomiting and diarrhea.

Ebro was seen by Dr. Laura D’Amico and Dr. Candyce Thompson, two of our veterinarians. According to his owner, he might have swallowed a toy a week before his visit. He started to show signs of innapetence,

urinary obstruction

Urinary Obstruction

Meet Pinky, a 6-year old male Chihuahua. He presented to Miami Veterinary Specialists for constipation and straining to urinate for approximately one week.

He was seen by Dr. Rebecca Aldoretta and Dr. Samson Daniel, two of our veterinarians. Blood work tests and abdominal radiographs were performed. They revealed an extremely enlarged bladder and stones in his urethra,

Enteritis

Penny’s Enteritis

Meet Penny, a 7-year old spayed female mixed breed dog. She presentedHappy Monday! Meet Penny, a 7-year old spayed female mixed breed dog. She presented to Miami Veterinary Specialists during emergency hours with an acute abdomen, fever, bloody diarrhea, bloody vomit and severely depressed mentation.

Penny was seen by Dr. Sarah Evans, one of our Board-Certified Surgeons.

fractured tibia

Wesley’s Fractured Tibia

Meet Wesley, a 5- month old Shetland Sheepdog. He presented to Miami Veterinary Specialists with a fractured tibia after he fell down the stairs.
Wesley was seen by Dr. Alvaro Larin, one of our Board-Certified Surgeons. After carefully reviewing the available options for Wesley with his owners, it was decided that surgery was the best option to fix his bone fracture.

Femoral

Dog Femoral head and Necksteotomy

Meet Fabio, a 10-year old Pomeranian. He presented to Miami Veterinary Specialists for a surgery consultation. He has shown signs of intermittent mild hind limb lameness for a few months now. During a visit to his primary care veterinarian, radiographs revealed a right craniodorsal coxofemoral luxation. This occurs when the head of the femur becomes dislocated form the acetabulum (the femur’s “socket”).

metacarpal fracture

Yorkie Right Metacarpal Fracture

Meet Shy, a 5-year old male Yorkie. He was presented to Miami Veterinary Specialists for a consultation with one of our Board Certified Surgeons for a right metacarpal fracture. According to his owner, Shy was injured when he broke the owner’s fall. He then became non-weight bearing in the right forelimb.

Shy was first taken to his primary care veterinarian,

Orion Cat

Orion the Cat

Meet Orion, a 3-year old cat. He arrived at Miami Veterinary Specialists during our emergency hours for suspected urinary blockage. A few weeks ago, Orion was taken to his primary care veterinarian for abnormal urination. He was prescribed with medication and his radiographs were taken, which didn’t show any present abnormalities. However, Orion continued with abnormal urination and will go to the litter box and attempt to urinate for about 5 minutes.

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