CHARLESTON, SC – The record-breaking storm that pummeled South Carolina has been extremely dangerous to residents of the Lowcountry. While some areas were hit much harder than others, the floods have left unexpected devastation in their wake.
Since the Morgans own several pets, they are familiar with the emergency and specialty veterinary services of Charleston Veterinary Referral Center (CVRC). DeLynn rushed Brees to their emergency room where Dr. Caroline Conradtreated her. “My main concerns with Brees were aspiration pneumonia, lung bruising, near drowning, electrolyte changes, cracked ribs, wound infections from sewage, and possible head trauma,” said Dr. Conrad.