Hello. I am the vet, Dr, Vindershloff. This is my assistant, that person over there is Rachel, the animal keeper, and this is Dakota the sick bear. We have to find out what Dakota has. Rachel, How is Dakota acting? Interesting. Okay, my assistant will test a fecal sample.
Dakota doesn't want to eat. She also won't move very much.
Okay, I tested the fecal sample. Nothing seems to be wrong with her digestive system. I will have the animal keeper bring Dakota in, and Dr. Vindershloff will give Dakota some antibiotics.
There. The antibiotics should help for a while. I would like my assistant to take a blood sample after the antibiotics is done doing its job, to see if the blood is anemic or not.
Okay, as I am looking at the blood sample Dakota's blood has more white blood cells than red blood cells. That is a sign that there is nothing wrong with her blood. I'm going to have Rachel, the animal keeper, check Dakota's diet.
Dakota is not eating very well. she has been eating less and less as the days go by. time to see what's really wrong with Dakota. Let's have someone come in and take an x-ray of Dakota. The x-ray will help us find out what is wrong.
Hello. I am a dentist. You might be wondering why Dr. Vindershloff brought me here, so I will tell you. You may not be able to see it, but Dakota has a hole in here tooth. that is why she hasn't been eating so much. Dakota will need a root canal. Now we now what is wrong with Dakota!