6/13/15 – Please welcome Penny! Penny’s owner passed away. Family members wanted to keep her but it was not possible. They called us and we promised to take great care of her. She was already spayed. After an exam by our vet we discovered she has untreated dry eye, a skin infection and an ear infection. We started her tacrolimus for her dry eye and we are treating her skin and ear infection. She will see the vet again in three weeks for a check up. She is between 5 years old. She likes dogs and children. We do not know if she likes cats.
Update 7/15/15: Penny saw Dr Cross for an orthopedic consult. She has luxating patellas and advanced arthritis. We started her on arthritis pain management medication last week and we are already seeing improvements. Surgery is not suggested for her.
Update 7/26/15: Penny decided she wasn’t going to leave her foster home and her foster parents were OK with that! Congrats Penny, JB, Scott and Haley!
December 4, 2017: Penny crossed over the rainbow bridge today. Please keep her parents, Scott and Haley, in your thoughts. Rest In Peace Penny
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