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Sobriety got her staples out from her surgery today. She's doing well, and is on the mend. The doctor said he didn't think he's going to have to put pins in her ankle afterall (YAY!). We're looking at anywhere from 10 days to 3 weeks more with the bandage on the leg, and then a skin graft to cover the degloving wound. After that it seems it'll just be waiting for incisions to heal.


Pittsburgh is lucky to have a veterinary specialists practice, as well as a veterinary emergency clinic such as we do. For the benefit of my other friends in the area with pets, here's the info for the specialists as well as the emergency clinic. They see all types of animals, large and small (including rodents, birds, etc.).

These are all located in the same building- 882 Butler St, Pgh PA 15223. They are just off Saxonburg Blvd, and are approximately a 20 minute drive from Shadyhouse, to give you a driving time referance. Directions to both the main building, and the dermetological practice, are available at http://www.pittsburghvetspecialists.com/directions.asp

Veterinary Emergency Clinic
412-492-9855
Monday-Thursday 8pm-8am
Friday 6pm-Monday 8am (24 hour service in this 3 day window)
Open on ALL Holidays
$75 fee for triage & doctors evaluation
Takes checques, cash, and Mastercard/Visa

Pittsburgh Veterinary Surgery, P.C.
412-492-9920
www.pittsburghvetspecialists.com
Dr. Anthony D. Pardo, MS, DVM
Dr. John T. Payne, DVM, MS
Dr. S. Christopher Ralphs, DVM, MS
Includes orthopedics, soft-tissue work, and neurosurgery

Veterinary Medical Specialists of Pittsburgh, Inc.
412-492-9920
www.pittsburghvetspecialists.com
Dr. A Sherwood Johnson, DVM (Internal Medicine)

Animal Eye Clinic of Pittsburgh, LLC
412-492-9920
www.pittsburghvetspecialists.com
Dr. Lawrence Bagley, DVM

Also, 1 block away from the main builing in which the above are located, there is also:

Pittsburgh Veterinary Dermatology, LLC
845 Butler St.
Pgh. PA 15223
412-782-4307
Works with cats, dogs, small "pocket pets", as well as large animals

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Date: 2005-07-15 06:28 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] eolh.livejournal.com
Works with cats, dogs, small "pocket pets"

Good to know that there's somewhere to take a sick tamagotchi . . . ;)

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Date: 2005-07-15 08:57 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] punkythecat.livejournal.com
Glad to hear the news.

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Date: 2008-01-22 10:08 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] nwcat.livejournal.com
Did it all turn out okay, I hope? I was floating by and came across this thread on your poor, poor cat. I really hope she is okay. I've been there with cats and it's awful. It's a few years later now for you all. I hope she is fine...

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Date: 2008-01-22 11:51 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] martygreene.livejournal.com
Yes, she is quite well these days. She has a bit of a scar on her ankle, and cannot completely contract the injured leg as she could before (extention is not problem), but most people have no idea that she was ever injured. She's quite an old lady now- 14 years old or so, and manages a thyroid condition as well these days. She's currently napping atop the radiator as most cats are wont to do.

Thanks for the concern!

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Date: 2008-01-22 11:52 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] nwcat.livejournal.com
Thanks for answering. It's good to know all is pretty much well with her!

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