I came to this Forum to ask your opinions about something 2 Vets haven't diagnosed. My daughter adopted two rescue dogs a few years ago. The male was neutered and the female was spayed before she got them.
Canine pyometra is a life-threatening condition. Learn how to spot the signs as early as possible. Pyometra is essentially an infection of the uterus.
Vaginal discharge is a common symptom in dogs with vaginitis, uterus infection, or urinary tract infections. Vaginal discharge is the appearance of liquid material other than urine from the labia of the vulva the external female genitals. The discharge may or may not have an odor.
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Small animal practitioner with 10 years experience in medicine, surgery, and acupuncture; PetCoach Chief Veterinarian. I can't say without seeing Athena in person. Take her temperature rectally.
Vaginitis is a condition that can be found in both puppies and older dogs. There are numerous causes such as bacterial infection, anatomical anomalies, and cancer. Your pet may let you know that there is a problem that needs to be checked by displaying signs like frequent urination and constant licking of the vaginal area.
Despite all of the marketing that tells you otherwise, there is likely nothing wrong with your vaginal odor. And, no, that scent probably won't be a field of wildflowers. It's a vagina, not a perfume counter.
Vaginal discharge is any liquid material that exits the vagina. In dogs, the appearance of additional quantities of this fluid or changes to its appearance can indicate a problem. Common types of discharge include clear and watery, bloody, mucoid, or purulent containing pus.
Your unspayed female dog will go through two to three heat cycles on average per year. Being in heat is the most common reason for vaginal bleeding, but there are other medical conditions that may cause your dog to bleed from her vagina. Additionally, your dog may eliminate bloody diarrhea, which may appear to come from her vagina.