Vol. 9, Special Issue 11 (2020)
Victorious medical management of snake bite in a great Dane dog: A case report
Dr. RS Kathiravan, Dr. S Shanmuganathan and Dr. M Mohanapriya
A five years old male Great Dane dog was presented with a signs of frothy salivation, dull, depressed, abnormal gait and pain in oral cavity. It was suspected to snake bite based on history and clinical observation. The Whole Blood Clotting Test (WBCT) was performed to rule out the snake bite and tentatively diagnosed as a same. The effective treatment was done with polyvalent anti - snake venom, fluid therapy, dexamethasone phosphate, tetanus toxoid and broad-spectrum antibiotic brought about an uneventful recovery of animal.
How to cite this article:
Dr. RS Kathiravan, Dr. S Shanmuganathan and Dr. M Mohanapriya. Victorious medical management of snake bite in a great Dane dog: A case report. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2020; 9(11S): 05-06.