Weight loss, diarrhea, decreased appetite, occasional weakness. Glucose checks have been consistently in the low 60s. HCT over 60%, ALT 299, AST 141, BG 61. Recheck BG 64.
12-year-old MN Labrador mixed breed was presented for evaluation of anorexia, vomiting, and lethargy. Abnormalities on CBC and serum biochemistry were severe leukocytosis,neutrophilia, hemococentration, and elevated ALP (600).
A 7-year-old FS Beagle was presented for vomiting, lethargy, and anorexia. Blood chemistry showed a high creatinine, hypercalcemia (not ionized), hypoalbuminemia, and hyperglobulinemia. CBC showed polycythemia with a hematocrit of 65%.
A 1-year-old MN DSH cat was presented for evaluation of vomiting for a duration of 3 days. The patient has a known history of frequently eating innapropriate things around the house (strings, foreign objects, etc…). The owner reported no urination or bowel movement for 2 days. No vomiting, coughing, sneezing, or diarrhea was noted. The physical examination was unremarkable. CBC and blood chemistry found an very elevated HCT of 52.7%, eosinopenia, thrombocytopenia, mild hyperglycemia, elevated BUN, elevated calcium, low albumin, and slightly elevated ALT.