This baby girl is only one and a half months old and was born with two of her hind legs disabled. Her condition is quite poor; as you can see, her entire body is mange and filthy, and his stomach is much larger than normal.
The blood test result ; white blood cell is very high, infection in her blood .
She has a very low red blood cell count, only 17 percent, and requires medication to raise her blood cell count. Her liver and kidneys are malfunctioning. She need treatment for a blood parasite.
Day 9: Ava’s blood parasite and mange are being treated by the veterinarian. Her skin is improving, and she is becoming more active. She attempted to walk on her left hind leg and stand on two of her hind legs at the same time.
Day 13: I need to take her to the vet for a checkup and an X-ray to see how her bone is doing.
Ava, monitoring her temperature and fecal chacking up.
She has pattela luxation in both hind legs, according to her blood results and X-ray…she will need surgery when her health improves enough to do so. She also has ascites, hypoproteinemia, and anemia. She must initially be treated for all of these. Only 25% of red blood cells are normal, down from 35% previously.
She has not a good nutritions,she need to have more protein and vitamin. Day 19: the vet said it will take about2-3 months to treat her until her sking is clear.no more mange and no amy infection and wait her health get better. Day 22: Ava stomm br boarding at the vet until she get better from her skin problem .
Ava now appears to be healthier and happier, and she has begun to move and play. Ava has been growing for more than a month and is now pretty tall. There was no longer any odor on her skin. Her hair is silky and smooth. She’s a sweetheart who enjoys a good laugh…. Even with a splint on her leg, she can walk and jump extremely well.