A beautiful long-haired lass -- one of two found as a strays in need of loving and lifetime care.
When this lovely lass came in, she was extremely affectionate even though she was not feeling well and in need of medical care. An examination by the AHS veterinarian indicated a need for more specific observation. Antibiotics were started after a urinalysis and within a short time, an operation was required. Bladder stones were removed and the abdomen was flushed. The stones and urine and urine culture were submitted to the University of Minnesota.
Emerald will have to be on a prescription diet for the remainder of her life as well as regular veterinary visits. Urine would need to be tested every 3-6 months for crystals. That is a mighty tall order to expect of most adopters.
Emerald is quite a lovable gem! It has only been through your kindness and generosity to the Res-Q Fund that the Society can continue to help such needy animals. Won't you please help and make a donation?
In the meantime, if you would like to give a lifetime of love to this long-haired beauty, she is at the Society's Tinton Falls facility. For more information, call the Society at 732-922-0100 or e-mail us.