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If you found a Luckydog (or Luckycat) Please follow the instructions below to keep him/her safe.


Have you found one of our residents, fosters, or no-resident research subjects? If so, please look them up on this page for important information on how to care for them until we can get them back to their home. Firstly, please note that ALL LUCKYDOGS have health insurance and if they are injured or ill we indemnify any good samaritan or veterinary professional for providing emergency veterinary care for critical/serious conditions and request that all live-saving measures and urgent stabilization methods be utilized to preserve the pet's life. The most important thing to remember is that all pets should be offered clean water to drink if found. Due to their special requirements, and for the accuracy of our research, food should not be offered to any pet unless the need for food is apparent or food is required to lure/calm the pet to keep it safe. If they must be fed, please follow the recommendations for each pet. Under no circumstance should any found pet be vaccinated. Most of our resident pets have had had severe vacccine reactions and could die from re-vaccination.

This funny looking guy is Smonkey. Despite all of his own special needs, he is a service dog and serves a very important role to his handler. He is never away from his handler so if you find him without his person, something is probably very wrong. If you find him, please keep him at a comfortable temperature (he overheats easily) and don't let him walk long distances or exert himself.  Brachycephalic dogs  like Smonkey are very intolerant of warm weather. He doesn't keep himself very well hydrated and is more prone to overheating due to this so he needs to be watched closely. Due to his special needs he should never be forced or even encouraged to exercise beyond what he chooses to do and his exercise should be limited even if he wishes to go wild.

Health Considerations:
Severe vaccine allergy (Anaphylaxis with each puppy vaccine even after prophylactic benadryl. He may have brain damage as a result.)
Pancreatitis (Hx acute pancreatitis, needs very low fat diet, preferably hypoallergenic. We have not found any commercial diet which he can tolerate. He can get by on raw chicken breast and/or nonfat/lowfat cottage cheese. Calcium must be added to these or he will have diarrhea, so this is just a short term option until he can get back on his specialized diet.
Liver disease (MVD. Labwork shows his liver is functioning well on the treatment we are providing him)
Movement/seizure disorder (possible "dyskinesia", possible vagal events, ??)
Heart disease (sick sinus syndrome, typically asymptomatic)
Spinal subluxation? (if you pick him up please support his chest and belly or bottom so that his spine is not twisted, expanded, or compressed. He usually growls when anyone besides his handler picks him up because he is afraid it will hurt. Picking him up the correct way will put him at ease)
KCS (eye condition).

Medications:
Cerenia 15mg given each evening to prevent vomiting during seizure type episodes
MSM eye drops TID to treat KCS
BNP eyedrops as needed
MSM granules 1/12 tsp BID to treat KCS and help with joints/spine
Molybdenum .2mg (200mcg) (must be given if supplementing MSM)
Thorne Bio Cardio
Thorne Be complex vet
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