Untreated skin condition – Vet report

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Inspector heads straight to the Emergency Room

Inspector Siviwe Noko a.k.a “The General”  obtained a warrant to confiscate after an owner failed to comply with two warnings to seek veterinary care. His offer to assist was declined where after he intervened with assistance from the South African Police Service (SAPS).  

Inspector Noko immediately sought veterinary intervention on arrival at the Cape of Good Hope SPCA hospital following the confiscation. 

“Serious treatment required”

Dr Dani performed the veterinary examination and highlighted several secondary health risks resulting from the untreated skin condition.  It may take up to two months of intensive care to fully recover once the source of the skin condition have been successfully treated.

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What the patient needs

In preparation for her expected two month journey to recovery, in addition to the clinical treatment, she will need Bravecto and a high nutrition Hills Science Diet.  Although her condition is not as severe, it is similar to Nelly’s eight month journey to recovery.  Read the The Nelly Story below.

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