Patient Stories

In Memory of Thea

May 17, 2020

This month we want to remember Thea who passed away suddenly from dilated cardiomyopathy, most likely caused by a grain free diet. Thea, who would’ve turned 4 years old last week, was a ball of energy and excitement who was obsessed with playing fetch, snuggling her brother, Max, and dressing up for holiday photo shoots.

Recently, veterinary cardiologists have identified a possible link between cases of dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) and “grain free” boutique diets high in lentils, peas, other legume seeds (pulses) and/or potatoes. The FDA is currently investigating this connection, which likely involves many complex factors.

Thea’s parents were unaware of the current concerns about grain-free diets and are working hard to share her story: “Losing a pet is always hard, but losing them at such a young age and being blindsided by it made this loss so much harder. I really hope that sharing Thea’s story will help to raise awareness and hopefully help save other dogs. We only wish we’d been made aware of the risks of her diet before it was too late.” -Thea’s Mom, Christina

Please be aware of this serious issue — and despite claims on the food websites, this issue is real! We are seeing cases every week 🙁 For more information on choosing foods safe for your pet check out our grain-free handout on our website at: https://evolutionvet.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/DCM-Flyer-2019-Updated_TM_LR.pdf

We interviewed Thea’s mom, Christina, to learn more about Thea’s life:

“Thea joined our family when she was only 8 weeks old, and from that moment on she was a ball of energy and excitement. She was OBSESSED with playing fetch and would take any opportunity she’d find to roll a ball to your feet and hope/beg that’d you’d throw it for her. She was our personal energizer bunny…from 7am to about 10pm she was go-go-go. She also loved water and swimming, which seemed to be pretty rare for boxers. When the sprinklers in our yard would come on it was her personal goal to test the water from each and every spout.

Her and our other boxer, Max, grew up together for the last 3.5 years and they were inseparable. She had no concept of personal space boundaries with him (as you’ll see in a couple of the pictures) and had to be wherever he was. She was his little sidekick and they loved to race around the backyard after each other and after the unsuspecting bunnies that would wonder into the yard. Over time we also realized that she was a fan of dressing up and would let us put her in just about anything for a few treats. Holiday themed photo shoots became a recurring (and hilarious) event at our house, and she was always the star. Her snaggletooth always seemed to be more prevalent during these photos, which made them even more adorable.

Thea would’ve been turning 4 years old tomorrow. Losing a pet is always hard, but losing them at such a young age and being blindsided by it made this loss so much harder. I really hope that sharing Thea’s story will help to raise awareness and hopefully help save other dogs. We only wish we’d been made aware of the risks of her diet before it was too late.

Thea’s mom, Christina

Bailey

May 12, 2020

Not sure how Bailey convinced Dr. Russell to get in the kennel with him, but he sure is enjoying the company!

Leo

May 11, 2020

We got a visit this weekend from our January Patient of the Month, Leo and his owner, Ashley!! We’re always excited to see this happy boy and his sweet mom (who brings the best sweet treats! :)).

Mickey

May 7, 2020

Dr. Lake-Bakaar feeding Mickey who was hospitalized for pancreatitis. Mickey didn’t have much of an appetite, so this was a big moment!

Maxwell

May 5, 2020

Little Maxwell was getting tired more quickly than his siblings and was found to have a loud heart murmur during his 3-week checkup, so he came into our cardiologist to see if his heart was functioning properly. Although puppies can grow out of soft heart murmurs, a loud heart murmur is usually a sign of congenital heart disease and should be evaluated by a cardiologist as soon as possible. An echocardiogram found a small defect in his heart between his two ventricles (pumping chambers) called a Ventricular Septal Defect but there currently isn’t any overload to the heart. We’ll see Maxwell again when he’s fully grown!

Frank

May 2, 2020

Frank was such a sweetie and gave snuggles to the entire team!!

Moshi

April 20, 2020

Moshi’s parents were worried about her because she had been having soft stool for the past week and just developed bloody diarrhea, so they brought her into our ER. We took a parvo test right away to make sure she didn’t have a serious virus, which was luckily negative.

Next, we looked at her stool sample under a microscope which revealed Giardia trophozoites (a stage of the life cycle of the parasite). If you picture a leaf falling from a tree or a dial spinning, that’s what these trophozoites look like!

This Giardia was super hardy because it was still moving around after a few hours (they typically stop moving after 15 minutes). If you’re not familiar with Giardia, it’s a parasite that loves to live in lakes, streams, puddles, and even melted snow. So keep your furry ones away from drinking bodies of water as well as eating other animal’s feces which may be contaminated with the parasite.
Giardia is a zoonotic disease, which is a fancy word for being able to spread between animals and humans, so make sure to wash your hands and any dirty blankets or towels if your little one gets diagnosed with Giardia. Moshi was sent home with an antibiotic and probiotic to get rid of the Giardia parasite and make her tummy feel better.

March Patient of the Month: Chai

April 14, 2020

The March Patient of the Month is Chai (who has the honor of being our first Cat featured)! He’s had quite a journey since we saw him at the end of February, with a few overnight visits and many checkups. He’s quickly become a regular at EVS and a patient we love seeing every time.

At the end of February, Chai presented to our ER to assess labored breathing. A murmur was heard upon physical exam and X-Rays were consistent with Congestive Heart Failure, so diuretic therapy was started overnight. In the morning, an echocardiogram confirmed the diagnosis of Congestive Heart Failure and Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM), the most commonly diagnosed disease in cats. HCM is characterized by abnormal thickening of the left ventricle (pumping chamber). When the left ventricle becomes severely thickened, it cannot fill properly. This results in increased pressure in the left ventricle, and enlargement of the left atrium (collecting chamber). After being weaned off of oxygen, Chai was able to be discharged that afternoon.

A few days later, Chai returned due to increased respiratory effort. X-Rays revealed Congestive Heart Failure. It was concerning that it recurred so quickly, but we were being conservative with the diuretic given Chai’s reduced kidney function. We were able to increase the diuretic dosage and he responded well to oxygen therapy and overnight monitoring.

Chai was doing well at home for 24 hours, but then his respiratory effort increased again. He came in for a recheck and his X-Rays were consistent with moderate congestive heart failure. Dr. Lake-Bakaar was concerned that he was not responding well to oral diuretics, even though he was responding well to IV diuretics. After looking at his blood work, the cardiologist was also concerned that he was not absorbing the diuretic or had developed a resistance to this particular diuretic, so she decided to switch him to a different diuretic that is more easily absorbed by the body. He responded well to the new diuretic and we have been monitoring his kidney levels and adjusting the medication accordingly for the past month. His recheck went well last week and he’s doing well at home!

To learn more about Chai’s life outside of the hospital, we interviewed Chai’s owner, Melissa:

In 2008, the summer before my senior year of college, I got my wisdom teeth out and had some painful complications. My mom felt that a kitten was a better cure than prescription pain medication, and surprised me by driving us to meet a family whose cat had a litter of multicolored teeny fluff balls. Chai was an immediate standout from his siblings, with his unusual creamy orange coloring and huge Hemmingway paws he would never quite grow into. He was also the only one of the brood that seemed equally content to play as he was to be held and cuddled. We left with him that night, and I remember he stayed on my shoulder the whole car ride, not squirming or scared.

I can’t recommend investing in a kitten to deal with the temporary discomfort of dry sockets, but I also can’t imagine my formative adult years without Chai.

Chai has always been fearless and up for the next adventure. He’s moved with us to 10 apartments in 4 different states, including the 26 hour car ride from New York to Colorado. He seems to really enjoy car rides (although he’s a bigger fan of napping than watching the scenery). Chai happily explores new spaces, too eager to find the next great perch than be fearful of new surroundings.

A few years ago, I was working long hours and worried that Chai was understimulated and a bit depressed alone at home, so I got him a playmate, Shanti. Shanti certainly brought stimulation into Chai’s life!  He quite literally bounces off walls, and Chai is more keen on judging his antics than joining in. While they aren’t the best of friends, they share a love of blanket forts and will concede to share one (as long as they are separated by a hefty cushion).

In Chai’s younger years, he absolutely loved jumping for toys. We put his toys on the top of door frames for him to leap up and catch, which he did easily with no starting crouch. He tirelessly played fetch with hair ties and did a better job bringing them back than most dogs I know. Chai also lived for the times a moth would get inside that he could stalk and catch with his big mitts.

Chai’s favorite golden year activity is taking a nap tour of each available blanket, although he’ll deign to sleep on the floor if there’s a sunny spot. He also loves when any humans come visit, as he seems to identify with them more than his own species. It wouldn’t surprise me if Chai throws house parties when we’re out of town, to get his fix of fellow human interaction.

Although he was a very picky eater most of his life, eating is definitely one of Chai’s favorite hobbies now. The only thing he likes more than eating food is eating treats. He is extremely skilled at convincing you he is famished. Will comes up with a lot of songs about both cats, and one of Chai’s is about his treat persuasion: “He’s a good boy, knows that he is, uses his charms to get those Greenies of his!”

Chai pretty quickly became a regular at Evolution, so not much time has passed since his last visit! He’s doing pretty well! He seems comfortable and pretty much back to his normal self.

The first week of this process honestly felt like a nightmare that wouldn’t stop. Chai is very stoic, so the idea of him suffering silently was crushing. After several attempts to medicate him at home weren’t working, I had very little hope that this last treatment would work.

It’s taken a lot of medication tweaks to get him feeling as well as possible, and we sometimes still wake up in the middle of the night with the urge to check Chai’s sleeping respiratory rate for the 20th time that day. But I’m immeasurably grateful for the extra time we have with our boy. I genuinely doubt he’d be on my lap snoozing right now if we called up a different emergency vet the night we noticed his labored breathing. After being almost resigned to putting him down, we see whatever time we have left with him as a bonus.

Melissa, Chai’s Owner

Dillon

April 11, 2020

This is Dillon (our wonderful CSR, Kerry’s dog) getting some extra love from Natalie and Dr. Russell! We’ll jump on a dog pile every chance we get.

Nova

April 5, 2020

We’re already missing our snuggles with this little fluff that went home yesterday!

Lost Pup

March 27, 2020

Flashback to last week when we had two Good Samaritans bring in a lost pup. Luckily, we were able to get in contact with his parents from his microchip! Here’s Dr. Russell giving him some love before he was reunited with his mom . If you ever find an animal, feel free to come by to see if they have a microchip, and if you ever lose an animal don’t hesitate to call us!

Anny

March 20, 2020

Anny was transferred to our cardiologist to evaluate a cough, worsening respiratory effort, and episodes of collapsing. After an echocardiogram, Anny was diagnosed with pulmonary hypertension. Pulmonary hypertension describes elevated arterial pressure within the blood vessels connecting the heart and lungs, which in Anny’s case resulted in her collapsing. Pulmonary hypertension is most common in smaller, middle-aged to older dogs, and is also more common at high altitude. Anny was hospitalized for 24 hours to receive oxygen, medications, and be monitored. She didn’t have any more episodes of collapsing overnight and was able to go home with her family.

Leila & Pack

March 16, 2020

Leila came in for her recheck exam following recent hospitalization for heart failure likely caused by grain free diet (Earthborn) and brought the pack (Bentley and TeAti) to get a listen to their hearts!

Anja

March 14, 2020

Anja came into our cardiologist to evaluate a heart murmur. An echocardiogram revealed that she has mild heart disease and progression to severe disease is unlikely. We’ll see Anja again when she’s fully grown (she’s only 15 weeks!) to recheck her heart.

February Patient of the Month: PeeWee

March 12, 2020

PeeWee was referred to our cardiologist for evaluation of labored breathing and a heart murmur. An echocardiogram found that he had Mitral valve degeneration, the most common acquired heart disease in small breed dogs which typically progresses slowly over time. In PeeWee’s case, this also resulted in Congestive Heart Failure. He was hospitalized overnight for treatment and monitoring, his breathing normalized, and he was able to go home the next afternoon. PeeWee also became a participant in our diuretic clinical study, so we have been able to see him frequently for check-ups! This handsome boy has come so far in the last few weeks and it is such a pleasure to see him and his owners every time, so we have named him the February Patient of the Month.

To commemorate this award, we interviewed PeeWee’s owner, Raquel, to learn more about PeeWee’s life!

Peewee is an apple head chihuahua we got about 8 years ago from my mom. She couldn’t keep him anymore, so we thought it would be perfect for him to join our pack. All our dogs were either rescued from a terrible home or just weren’t wanted. We can say he is the feistiest of the group, but naturally chihuahua’s are. It probably helped a little that he grew up around 2 pit bulls (Capone and Bear), a dachshund Jack Russell mix (Oscar), a miniature poodle (Pucci) and 5 cats (Bella, Stripe, Pricilla, Elvis and Knight). Our two pit bulls have passed, so he recently became the leader of the pack.

He’s been the best big brother to our newest chihuahua (Odi) we recently found in our back yard. He follows him around and does everything he does. If it weren’t for PeeWee, I don’t think Odi’s transition would have been as smooth. PeeWee has had a big impact on him, especially when it comes to Bella. She can be a little territorial so when he first came into the house he was terrified of her. Now he watches Peewee and imitates some of his behaviors.

He has these little beady eyes that will tell you everything he’s feeling. He looks up at you and you instantly see the love. You know it’s love because of his tongue. He is well known for having his tongue out on a regular basis. No matter what’s going on, you can expect that thing to be popping out. The more relaxed and comfortable he is the more it comes out.

Some of his favorite hobbies are basking in the sun, hanging out with his brothers and sisters in the window and dressing up in cool costumes his mom makes him wear.

He enjoys sleeping, eating, and hanging out with our loving mama cat Bella. They seem to have a special little bond, which is cute to see. When he greets her his tail wags a million miles an hour as he gives her a big smell and licks her ear. She seems to give the same love in return, even grooming him as if he were one of her own kids. He’s definitely a lady’s man.

His all-time favorite thing to do is hang out with his daddy. He has the perfect spot on the back of the couch where there’s a permanent indent where he lays. Even when we are driving in the car, he finds his way to the back of my husband’s neck.

He has been doing well since his last visit. He seems to have a little more of what I like to call a “pep in his step.” He’s a little more playful and has enough energy to sit up on his hind legs to get love and attention. He’s sleeping through the night again and doesn’t seem to be breathing as heavy.

Our story of PeeWee’s health journey:

PeeWee has been an overall healthy boy until about 2 months ago, when we started to notice him wobbly, disoriented, and off-balance. We knew he had been experiencing some teeth issues, so our first thought was that his teeth were affecting his inner ear/equilibrium or in some sense “dog vertigo.” We made an appointment at our local vet where she told us he had a 3/6 heart murmur and severe dental disease. We scheduled his dental appointment the following week. 15 minutes after we dropped him off, they called us back and said his heart murmur was a 6/6 and the surgery would be more detrimental to him than beneficial.

We were told he needed to get an Echo done on his heart which could be done at Evolution Veterinary Specialists. Unfortunately, that couldn’t be scheduled until the following week. We took him home and noticed him panting and breathing heavily, which obviously wasn’t normal for him. We immediately called EVS and described his symptoms. Kelley was so nice and helpful when talking to us on the phone, she urged us to bring him in since it sounded like he was having trouble breathing. When we arrived, the staff took him back to the oxygen chamber, where he stayed for the next couple hours until Dr. Geri Lake-Bakaar got there. They ended up telling us he has congestive heart failure and the reason he was having trouble breathing is because he has fluid on his lungs. They wanted to keep him on oxygen for 24 hours, but we couldn’t afford it. We recently applied for care credit, which was the only way we were able to afford his recent vet visits. Now, with the card maxed out we were left with no options. We thought, “This is it. We’re going to take him home and make him comfortable for his last days.”

That is until Nicole came back and said he might be able to qualify for their diuretic study. The study would help pay for the majority of the treatments he need during his treatment for the next 3 months. At this point, it was all dependent on how well Peewee did outside of the oxygen chamber. Over the next 16 hours he was slowly weaned off of oxygen, which meant he now qualified for the study and could be given the first dose of the study medicine.

Fast forward one month later… He is doing well, back to his peppy self, eating, sleeping and breathing just fine. He takes a diuretic, heart medicine to help with blood flow, and eats a special cardiac diet.

This has been an amazing experience for all of us, and we couldn’t have done it without the support of the Evolution Veterinary Specialists team. I am terrible with remembering names unless I say them enough, but I want to make sure everyone who was involved with Peewee’s journey can be thanked. Kelley, Kerry, and Kaitlyn who helped at the front and on the phone. Nicole and Gianna who are helping us throughout the study. Dr. Luanne Strom who was the ER doctor who initially saw us when we first arrived at EVS. Michael Lake-Bakaar who held Peewee during his overnight stay, comforting my husband to know he was being well taken care of. Lastly, Dr. Lake-Bakaar who is our savior. Without the help of all of you, Peewee wouldn’t still be alive, so we truly are thankful and grateful for everyone on the team (sorry if I missed anyone)!

Macy

March 6, 2020

Miss Macy came in for an echo and was all dolled up to see us!

Brady

February 20, 2020

It was such a treat to have Brady in our hospital.

Lola

February 18, 2020

Lola came into our hospital this weekend for evaluation of increased respiratory effort and abdominal swelling. Bloodwork, radiographs and an AFAST at Greenwood Village Veterinary Clinic found that she had tri-cavitary effusion (fluid around the heart, lungs, and abdomen), so she was transferred to our hospital for continued care. After being placed in oxygen and getting examined by our ER doctor, an echocardiogram by our cardiologist determined that she has a rare condition called constrictive pericarditis (chronic inflammation of the membrane surrounding the heart) and that the fluid was coming from the heart. A pericardiocentesis and a thoracocentesis were completed to remove fluid from the pericardium (membrane around the heart) and the pleural space (lung cavity). A sample of fluid from each cavity was submitted for analysis to attempt to diagnose the underlying cause for Lola’s case of pericarditis. She recovered well overnight and her respiratory effort stabilized, so she was able to go home the next day!

Mady

February 4, 2020

Maddy had a mast cell tumor removed from her right thigh at our hospital two weeks ago. Her owner made her fancy pants to keep her stylish while her incision heals!

January Patient of the Month: Leo

January 30, 2020

Leo rang in the New Year at our hospital and had an unbelievable recovery journey, so we couldn’t think of a better patient to be our January Patient of the Month!

On New Year’s Eve, Leo was transferred to our hospital for evaluation of severe vomiting. Leo was in critical condition when he arrived, so he was stabilized with fluids and pain medications. Abdominal x-rays showed that he was obstructed. Our ER doctor, Dr. Hartman, worked through the New Year’s countdown and saved his life performing an emergency surgical removal of the foreign object causing the obstruction.

During his initial recovery, Leo had low blood pressure and albumin levels (protein in the blood) and he received a specialized infusion of plasma. Following the transfusion, Leo continued to improve dramatically. After two nights in the hospital, he regained his appetite, energy, and happy go lucky personality. We were sad to see him leave since he was such a wonderful patient, but we were happy to see him recover so well.

To commemorate this award, we interviewed Leo’s owner, Ashley, to learn more about Leo’s life!

I was still recovering from the unexpected loss of my last dog, Emmy, when Leo came bursting into my life. I didn’t think I was emotionally ready to adopt another dog but then one of my college friends started fostering two puppies that were brothers and Leo immediately took it upon himself to become absolutely everything I ever needed. My friend and I ended up adopting the puppies and they got to grow up together as brothers until we both graduated college and moved to different states. Leo stole my entire heart, as most of our pets do, and forced me to look outside of my own needs and consider that helping another dog who needed a home was the best way I could have ever honored Emmy.

I have so many stories about Leo that I could share, it’s hard to pick just one. If I leave my socks lying around when I leave for the day – almost always I’ll come home to him sleeping in my bed with one or both of those socks. He’s never chewed any of my socks, he just brings them up on the bed with him. I’ve always thought that was one of the cutest things ever.

He used to be skittish around younger kids, never aggressive, but you could tell he just didn’t know what to make of them. One time I took him on a hike and there’s this giant rock that overlooked a river that we always loved to sit on. We were walking back from the rock when we came across a younger kid around 6 years old. The kid went running after Leo to say hi and Leo immediately turned around and SPRINTED away. When I went to go find him, I found him all the way back on top of the rock just sitting and looking around as if on watch (picture below). I can now say he is no longer weird around kids anymore :).

Leo LOVES the snow. We didn’t get much of it back when we lived in Georgia and now he can’t get enough of it. He’s always leaping through it, rolling around in it, and sometimes just resting in it. Which is pretty incredible considering he doesn’t have a lot of fluff to keep him warm. He loves to play with other dogs – he’s always been extremely social. His favorite game is tug-of-war, but he doesn’t understand that playing Fetch means he’s supposed to actually bring the ball back. Hiking is another one of his favorite activities! During the summer, Leo loooves to lay on the top pool step in the shallow end – but refuses to actually SWIM in any body of water.

He is a big cuddler and always has to sit right on top of you. And at night he HAS to sleep under the covers against my legs or else he’ll just sit and stare at me while pawing at the comforter. When you pet him, he holds onto your arm with BOTH of his paws so you can’t go anywhere. And no matter how crazy he is acting, if you pick him up and hold him, he will relax almost instantly. He loves to play with cats, but he has yet to meet a cat who wants to play with him 🙁

Since his last check-up, he’s been doing great! His appetite is better than it’s been in a long time and he’s back to his super energetic self. He’s also never been more cuddly – which is crazy because I didn’t think he could get more affectionate than he already was. On quiet, lazy days at home he still loves to sit in the bay window and look outside (pictured below). I like to think he’s just extra grateful to be alive now. I got to take him back to the dog park for the first time since surgery this past Sunday where he got to show off his new battle scar.

This whole experience has been super terrifying. Especially after the unexpected loss of my last pet and Leo still being so young. I’ve realized just how easily we can start to take our pets for granted because they are ALWAYS there for us. It’s been an incredible reminder of just how much their world centers around us and, as cliché as this may sound, I really do have a renewed determination to make sure I give Leo the life that was worth fighting through a surgery and a recovery where the odds were decidedly NOT in our favor. I remember one of the vets telling me that Leo seemed to have an incredible will to live and I will carry that with me forever. I couldn’t have gotten through this without all the help and compassion that Evolution gave to me and Leo…I am endlessly grateful to them and the service that they provide to my (and other’s) loved ones.

Ashley B., Leo’s Owner

Furball

January 23, 2020

Furball came in last night to get stitched up after an accidental clipping injury when her new owners were trying to clean up some of her matted fur. She was the sweetest and most patient little kitty!


King

January 22, 2020

King (aka Mustache) came into our cardiologist for evaluation of tachycardia (rapid heartbeat). After a cardiovascular examination and BNP SNAP test (a cardiac biomarker), Dr. Lake-Bakaar found that it is unlikely King has underlying heart disease! The tachycardia was most likely secondary to stress, but his owners will continue to monitor for any other signs of cardiac disease.

King was such a sweet and talkative boy, we’re happy he came to visit and he’s healthy!


Snap

January 20, 2020

Snap came into our hospital because of severe tremors caused by a toxin ingestion. After 24 hours of hospitalization and observation, his symptoms improved and he was able to go back to his foster family. He went home breaking our hearts because we miss him so much! He received lots of love and kisses from everyone!


Clara

January 17, 2020

Clara came into our ER tonight for evaluation following trauma from a door falling on her hind end. Her owner brought her in immediately and during the time she was at our hospital, she progressively improved weight-bearing on her hind legs. The owner decided to bring her home, limit exercise, and monitor her closely. We’re so happy she’s feeling better and not in pain anymore!


Chance

January 13, 2020

Dr. Lake-Bakaar and the team at EVS is conducting a clinical study on diuretics and Chance is our first participant! He came into our hospital yesterday for increased coughing and respiratory effort. Our ER Doctor found that his mild heart murmur had worsened, and he was diagnosed with mitral regurgitation a condition that affects heart valve and congestive heart failure (fluid buildup in the lungs). After oxygen and proper medication, he is doing much better and we’ll get to see this cuddle bug for frequent rechecks.

Our hospital is so excited to start conducting research while also treating our amazing patients!


Pumpkin

January 12, 2020

Pumpkin presented for bruising after a bath. Blood work revealed an extremely low platelet count and further evaluation is consistent with a condition known as immune-mediated thrombocytopenia (ITP). With this condition, the body starts attacking and destroying the platelets causing an inability to clot properly.

Pumpkin was hospitalized and started on medications to help stop the body from attacking itself. Not all animals respond well to treatment, but after 4 nights in our hospital, Pumpkin’s platelet counts increased to the normal range.

She has been sent home and can be with her parents and sister, Malibu, again! Over the next few months, she will be slowly tapered off of the medication and blood tests will be repeated periodically to monitor her levels.


Thor

January 9, 2020

We are so excited to see Thor doing better after being hospitalized for kidney failure. He’s improving every day and is at home with his loved ones again.


Leo

January 5, 2020

Leo was taken to Foothills Animal Hospital for severe vomiting. After stabilization and bloodwork, he was transferred to our hospital for further assessment.

Our ER doctor saw that he was in pain when he arrived, so she stabilized him with fluids and pain medications. Abdominal radiographs showed that he was obstructed. During the surgical exploratory, foreign material was removed from the stomach and intestines. The doctor believes that the foreign material has been accumulating over time. The surgery went well, but part of his intestines required resection.

During initial recovery, Leo had low blood pressure and albumin levels (protein in the blood) so he received a plasma transfusion. Following the transfusion, Leo continued to improve dramatically.

After two nights in the hospital, he regained his appetite and energy. We are so happy to see Leo go home and wish him a wonderful rest of recovery.


December Patient of the Month: Haus

December 31, 2019

We first saw Haus at the beginning of December due to episodes of collapsing, heavy breathing, coughing, and lethargy.  Our cardiologist found that he had Dilated Cardiomyopathy, likely from a grain-free diet. After proper treatment and medication, he is feeling like himself again and gaining some weight back (partially due to all the treats he receives during checkups).

Haus has had an eventful journey this past month and is the sweetest boy when he visits, so we have named him the December Patient of the Month!

To commemorate this award, we interviewed Haus’s owner, Delisa, to learn more about Haus’s life!

Haus came into our life in March of 2017 from Ho-Bo Care Boxer Rescue, a non-profit organization we have gotten our last three boxers from.

Haus is a sweet goofball! He likes to eat bees (see photo below) which has made for some really interesting summer days. Haus and his sister, Daisy, enjoy zooming in our backyard. He also loves eating, long walks, car rides, and chasing squirrels

Haus has been doing GREAT since his last visit! He’s gained back some of his weight and has all his energy back.

This was a scary situation that we went through with Haus, we really thought we were going to lose him, but thanks to everyone at Evolution Veterinary Specialists he is doing so much better!

Delisa N., Haus’s Owner

Zeus M.

December 29. 2019

Zeus came into our ER hospital for stabilization and overnight monitoring after he had a seizure. He was very talkative, active, and excited during his stay at our hospital. Right before he went home, he found his blankie and crashed after a long night.


Zeus D.

December 27, 2019

Zeus came into our ER last night because he decided his mom’s dark chocolate would be a yummy treat!

Always bring in your furry friends as quickly as possible when they’ve ingested a toxin.


Zoe

December 23, 2019

Zoe came into our ER because she was lethargic. Her examination and tests were unremarkable so we elected conservative therapy with instructions for follow up if she did not improve at home.

Zoe was sitting pretty for us (mainly for treats) and showing off her fresh haircut! Scroll down to her previous post to see what she looked like before.


Nash

December 22, 2019

Nash, a Catahoula leopard dog, came into our ER this weekend because he ate some vinyl siding.


Rambo

December 16, 2019

Update on Rambo, a patient who has a history of severe mitral regurgitation, congestive heart failure and azotemia. He was hospitalized almost one month ago for difficulty breathing and severe coughing.

Rambo came in to see our cardiologist today for a recheck to see if his new medication is working and not negatively affecting his kidney values. His kidney values look good and his owner says he is running down the stairs, playing, and not coughing as much, so he’s doing much better! Even though he’s a joy to see every time, we hope we don’t have to see Rambo until his next recheck in a few months


Bronx

December 15, 2019

Bronx is a 4-month-old puppy that came into our ER yesterday for possibly swallowing a toy. Bronx lives with little children and was licking his lips and swallowing with effort, so his owner was concerned that he had swallowed one of their toys while he was not looking. After further examination and x-rays, it appeared that Bronx did not swallow a foreign material (but lots of treats were visible), so our ER doctor sent him home for close monitoring.

A potential cause for Bronx’s licking and swallowing could be that he is teething, which is also a primary reason why many puppies ingest foreign material at this age. Our ER doctor recommends freezing apple slices or baby carrots to help with teething pain since it is safe to consume and will lessen the likelihood of the puppy ingesting foreign objects.


Haus

December 11, 2019

We love it when recheck visits go well! Haus is improving wonderfully and had a great visit with our cardiologist today ending in lots of treats and slobbery kisses.

Haus says…check me outta this place (actually he is super spoiled here…)! We got some good news at our cardiology ❤️ recheck today. Haus is on the mend and improving significantly. A huge thank you to everyone who has reached out to check in on him. He can feel all the love!
On another note, if you are feeding your dog a grain free diet, I would definitely recommend doing your research. I learned a lot from the vet cardiologist today. No more grain free for OUR pooches.

Delisa, Haus’s Owner

Simon

December 8, 2019

On Friday, Simon presented with a urinary obstruction to Francis Veterinary Hospital. Francis Vet treated the block and transferred him over to our 24/7 emergency staff for continued supportive care through the weekend. If Simon does well today, he can go home. If he re-obstructs today, since he has a history of blockages, Francis Vet will perform a PU (reconstruction of the urethra) surgery ‪tomorrow morning‬ which should help prevent further urinary blockages in the future.

There is generally a stress component to urinary tract issues in cats, which for Simon was having family over for Thanksgiving. Don’t forget about your furry friends this holiday season (and during any big changes)! If your pet gets stressed out with travel, hosting parties, or being out of town, talk to your regular vet about ways to manage your pet’s stress levels and prevent stress-induced conditions.

Emergency transfer, Simon, had a urinary obstruction.

Roxy Sue and Haus

December 5, 2019

We are so excited that Roxy Sue was finally able to go home after 4 days in the ICU. Roxy Sue is only 3 years old and was diagnosed with dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) most likely dietary related. She has been eating Kirkland Grain Free diet and developed coughing a week ago. She went to a local ER that took x-rays that showed a severely enlarged heart and fluid in her lungs. The ER immediately transferred her to EVS for further testing and treatment with our cardiology service. Roxy Sue responded well to heart failure treatment but then unfortunately developed pancreatitis, and required additional intensive treatment and hospitalization. Her wonderful personality and family pulled through and she was finally able to go home with a pep in her step and lots of tail wags. Her housemate was also screened and had mild changes concerning the same issue. Her owners had no idea about the current concerns about grain-free diets and are working hard to share her story.

The day that Roxy Sue was getting ready to leave, Haus presented for the same problem and was on Earthborn Grain Free diet (he was feeling less sick than Roxy so we had a hard time getting a good picture of him!). Please be aware of this serious issue — and despite claims on the food websites, this issue is real! We are seeing cases every week  🙁 For more information on choosing foods safe for your pet check out our grain-free handout on our website at https://evolutionvet.com/…/08/DCM-Flyer-2019-Updated_TM_LR.…. For more information on the FDA investigation into grain-free diets please review: https://www.fda.gov/…/fda-investigation-potential-link-betw….


Riley

December 4, 2019

Riley came into our hospital last week after being diagnosed with pericardial effusion (fluid around the heart) at Mountain Parks Veterinary Hospital. An echocardiogram did not reveal an obvious mass on the right atrium, so the cause of the pericardial effusion is unknown, even after further bloodwork. Our cardiologist treated the pericardial effusion and sent him home to be monitored closely.

Two days later, Riley was showing signs of distress (increased heart rate, labored breathing) so he came in again to be checked. A repeat echocardiogram revealed mild fluid around the heart, mild fluid in the chest, and decreased function of the heart muscle. The cause of the heart changes is unclear. Dr. Lake-Bakaar took chest x-rays and found changes consistent with congestive heart failure. Riley was hospitalized and given medication to improve his heart function. 4 hours into hospitalization, a brief ultrasound showed improved heart function and decreased fluid around the heart. After overnight care, Riley was stabilized and able to be sent home.

Riley was a little anxious being at the hospital, so it helped to have his friend Raccoon to keep him company and remind him of home. Riley’s owner says that he is feeling much better at home the last few days, and he will be back in a week to check on his progress.


Boyd

November 26, 2019

Boyd had a decreased appetite, was vomiting, and had abdominal pain, so his owner brought him into Golden Paws Animal Hospital last night. Golden Paws took an X-ray and found a possible bowel obstruction, so they referred Boyd to us for surgery. Our surgeon looked at the X-rays and decided a foreign body surgery would be necessary to remove the obstruction. During the surgery, Dr. Moorer found a small towel in Boyd’s small intestine that he had ingested. The surgery went well and now he’s being monitored while he’s recovering.

Boyd’s stomach has been a little upset since surgery last night, so one of our CVTs, Katie, has been giving him a little extra love and care while she’s working today.

Lab terrier dog who swallowed a towel had a foreign body surgery to remove it is laying next to CVT

Louis

November 25, 2019

Louis came in this weekend because he had an upset stomach (vomiting and diarrhea) and his grandpa wanted to make sure he was okay. After an examination, the owner decided to take home medication to help calm down his tummy and see if he felt better on his own.

Golden doodle with upset stomach (vomiting and diarrhea) treated with medication

Ellie

November 24, 2019

Our wonderful CVT, Misha, came in with her dog, Ellie, to get a mass removed from Ellie’s leg last week. Ellie came in last night to get her bandage replaced due to some pain, but is otherwise healing well!

Veterinary mass removal patient

Rambo

November 21, 2019

Rambo came in yesterday for severe coughing and difficulty breathing, which is a common sign of congestive heart failure. After spending some time in the oxygen cage with Mr. Zebra and a change in medications, he was on his way home.


November Patient of the Month: Flanders

November 11, 2019

We first saw Flanders at the beginning of October when he came into our emergency hospital because he wasn’t walking on his right back leg. After an examination from our Emergency Doctor, she found that he needed a TPLO, which would be his second TPLO in two years. He had his surgery here a few weeks ago and just started rehab here this week. Both Flanders and his owners, Michael and Abbey, have been friendly faces we love to see every time they’re here. Since Flanders has had many visits over the past two months and is wonderful to see every time, we have named him the patient of the month!

To commemorate this award, we interviewed Flanders’ owner, Michael, to learn more about Flanders’ life!

Flanders came into our life 8 years ago this November. Abbey and I were on different work schedules and thought a pup would be a great addition to our family and someone to keep us company. Little did we know he would be so much more than that for us. He was rescued on a beach in Puerto Rico by the “All Sato Rescue” which partners with foster homes in the Boston area. We met with him and instantly fell in love. His name when we adopted him was “Flannery” which we shortened to Flanders aka Mr. Flanders 🙂

Flanders is an avid traveler. Being from Puerto Rico he has since traveled from there to Boston, MA then made the move to Nashville, TN then onto Chicago, IL and recently to Lakewood, CO! He loves going on car rides as well as public transportation. He is an avid subway rider and has taken the Subway in Boston and Chicago many times. He is also a big fan of flying, being so well behaved in his travel bag, and always excited whatever the destination is. His next trip is for Thanksgiving to North Carolina!! 

Flanders loves to play with squeak toys and whip them around the house like he is in a wrestling ring with them. He also enjoys sleeping in and cuddling when its cold outside. But, by far his favorite thing to do is play fetch. We were playing ball in the yard when he ruptured his left leg in 2017. He ran for a toss and after he got it, he came limping back, so we like to refer to it as a “sports injury.”

His healing process after his second TPLO has been going well. It’s much better than when his left leg was done because he uses his left leg as support when lifting his leg outside 🙂 We are now 3 weeks post-surgery and he wants to run and jump even though he’s not supposed to yet. He doesn’t like that we put pillows around the couch when we leave so he can’t jump up.

We are all grateful for the care you have provided Flanders!!”

Michael Taylor

Stay tuned to see Flanders’ rehab journey and witness the moment he’s able to play fetch again!


Mochi

November 11, 2019

On Monday, Mochi twisted and fractured his leg suddenly and was stabilized and diagnosed at Animal Urgent Care. His family came to us after they placed a splint and recommended him to EVS for evaluation for surgery. Our surgeon had a surgical consult with them on Tuesday and was able to repair his fracture on Wednesday morning. A few hours later, Mochi was able to go home for some much-needed rest and relaxation!

Know that we are here to address all of your emergency needs in a very timely matter.


M

November 11, 2019

16 week-old M came into our emergency room last night because she got into something she wasn’t supposed to, but how can you get mad at those big brown puppy eyes? After spending the night here for monitoring, she left this morning as playful as ever!

Puppy got into poisonous food 24 hour emergency patient

Hazel Basil

November 4, 2019

Hazel Basil came into our emergency hospital yesterday to get a cut stitched up and got a cool Crocodile bandaid in the process! We’re open 24/7 for all of your animal emergencies.


Heart Clinic

November 2, 2019

Our hospital was full of 16 beautiful doggies today for our All Breed Heart Clinic and we got all of the cuddles! 7 Pomeranians, 6 Cavaliers, and 3 Samoyeds came for heart screenings and we couldn’t be happier. A huge thank you to the Cavaliers of the West for partnering with us! At the heart clinic, our cardiologist listened to the hearts of dogs that may be prone to heart disease or wanted to do an early screening as a precaution. If a heart murmur was found, Dr. Lake-Bakaar offered an echocardiogram to see if the heart was healthy or needed treatment

Flanders

October 28, 2019

Flanders came in again today to see us for his surgery, and he brought his little orange ball for his stay here! Can you get any cuter??

Canine left TPLO surgical patient with CVT

Mabel, Emerson, and Hildy

October 16, 2019

We had some new staff members start today who are very friendly and ready to help!


Pumpkin

October 11, 2019

We had an awesome group of 8 Cavaliers come in today for Echocardiogram rechecks!

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel with veterinary cardiologist doctor, Dr. Geri Lake-Bakaar

Huckleberry

October 9, 2019

Huckleberry came in today to recheck a previously diagnosed pericardial effusion (fluid around the heart). He is very excited (well, as excited as this mellow fellow can get) to let everyone know that the fluid has not returned!

Pericardial effusion (fluid around the heart) patient story

Maggie

October 8, 2019

Miss Maggie getting a tour around our hospital!


Flanders

October 7, 2019

We had a few friendly neighbors come into our ER yesterday, Flanders and his owners, to find out why Flanders wasn’t walking on his own. After an examination, Dr. Grimshaw found that he had a torn ligament, so we’ll be seeing these two again soon for surgery. Here are photos from an echo today to evaluate Flanders’ heart murmur and see if his heart is ready for surgery.

Had an echo done and they made Flanders feel so comfortable everyone here is amazing thank you so much!

Michael Taylor

Princeton

October 3, 2019

Princeton came in last night and was treated for Pulmonary Hypertension. After an overnight stay at our hospital, lots of snuggles from our CVTs, and a little extra loving care from our CEO, he left this afternoon as happy as can be!

Canine pulmonary hypertension patient

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