Schlabach, Reuben

USDA License # 31A0358

USDA inspection notes (from December 19, 2011 unless otherwise noted)
  • Left eye of male juvenile English bulldog. Red mass present at the last inspection is absent.
  • Side view of female American bulldog with USDA tag #20. Her dietary intake has been increased.
  • Side view of female American bulldog with USDA tag #20. Her dietary intake has been increased.
  • Full view of juvenile male English bulldog.
  • Right eye of English bulldog with USDA tag #006. Attending veterinarian diagnosed KCS and recommended twice daily treatment for life.
  • Left eye of English bulldog with USDA tag #04. She was diagnosed with a corneal ulcer and treated.
  • Full view of English bulldog with USFA tag #04
  • Full view of English bulldog with USDA tag #006
  • Dog with USDA tag #04 has a thick, white discharge and hazy lower cornea in her left eye (December 7, 2011)
  • Some of the resting boards are excessively chewed (December 7, 2011)
  • USDA tag #7 has a cloudy opacity to the upper portion of the cornea (October 27, 2011)
  • USDA tag #13 was observed to have a thick, white discharge in both the right and left lower lids (October 27, 2011)
  • (USDA tag #17) left eye has a thick, white discharge around the lower lid (October 27, 2011)
  • Dog with USDA tag #20 is thin (December 7, 2011)
  • Dog with USDA tag #20 is thin (December 7, 2011)
  • Some enclosures have fencing which is not secure (December 7, 2011)
  • Worn, frayed carpet is present in the whelping box (December 7, 2011)
  • Juvenile male English bulldog has a red mass in the inside corner of his left eye (December 7, 2011)
  • enclosure was not fully enclosed (October 27, 2011)
  • Right eye of dog with USDA tag #006 has increased redness and a hazy cornea (December 7, 2011)
Left eye of male juvenile English bulldog. Red mass present at the last inspection is absent.
Side view of female American bulldog with USDA tag #20. Her dietary intake has been increased.  Side view of female American bulldog with USDA tag #20. Her dietary intake has been increased.  Full view of juvenile male English bulldog.  Right eye of English bulldog with USDA tag #006.  Attending veterinarian diagnosed KCS and recommended twice daily treatment for life.  Left eye of English bulldog with USDA tag #04.  She was diagnosed with a corneal ulcer and treated.  Full view of English bulldog with USFA tag #04  Full view of English bulldog with USDA tag #006  Dog with USDA tag #04 has a thick, white discharge and hazy lower cornea in her left eye   (December 7, 2011)Some of the resting boards are excessively chewed    (December 7, 2011)USDA tag #7 has a cloudy opacity to the upper portion of the cornea  (October 27, 2011)USDA tag #13 was observed to have a thick, white discharge in both the right and left lower lids  (October 27, 2011)(USDA tag #17) left eye has a thick, white discharge around the lower lid  (October 27, 2011)Dog with USDA tag #20 is thin    (December 7, 2011)Dog with USDA tag #20 is thin    (December 7, 2011)Some enclosures have fencing which is not secure    (December 7, 2011)Worn, frayed carpet is present in the whelping box   (December 7, 2011)Juvenile male English bulldog has a red mass in the inside corner of his left eye  (December 7, 2011)enclosure was not fully enclosed (October 27, 2011)Right eye of dog with USDA tag #006 has increased redness and a hazy cornea     (December 7, 2011)

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