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Post by GSP » Wed, 20 Dec 2000 09:10:56



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Post by wegg.. » Wed, 20 Dec 2000 10:22:26


We have a ten year old unspayed Bouvier de Flandres. Her cycles have
been regular for the last eight or so years. She begins bleeding in
may/June and November/December like clockwork, lasting about 2 weeks.
Over the years there is some smell, but it has been mild. This past
month she started bleeding in late november and it lasted about three
weeks.  While she is no longer dripping I have felt her vulva and it is
still swollen. Taking a wet paper towel I get a slight reddish tint when
I clean around her vulva. On Sunday (12/17) I gave her a bath because
the smell was unusually strong. When you walked into the room where she
hangs out, the smell was overpowering. I was particularly careful to
clean her vulva and surroundings more than usual but even that same
afternoon the smell was strong enough that I wetted the area and used a
paper towel to clean her again (minor red tinning of the wet paper).
This morning the smell was again very strong I wetted the area and
cleaned it (much less tinting). She smells again. Is it normal for
***es to have more prolonged bleeding at her age and to smell much
stronger than she has ever before all of a sudden.

Thank you for any ideas  and help

Bill Eggers

 
 
 

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Post by Christ » Wed, 20 Dec 2000 10:32:22


GET HER TO THE VET! She most likely has a uterine infection and could die if
left untreated. HURRY! GO NOW!

Christy

Quote:

> We have a ten year old unspayed Bouvier de Flandres. Her cycles have
> been regular for the last eight or so years. She begins bleeding in
> may/June and November/December like clockwork, lasting about 2 weeks.
> Over the years there is some smell, but it has been mild. This past
> month she started bleeding in late november and it lasted about three
> weeks.  While she is no longer dripping I have felt her vulva and it is
> still swollen. Taking a wet paper towel I get a slight reddish tint when
> I clean around her vulva. On Sunday (12/17) I gave her a bath because
> the smell was unusually strong. When you walked into the room where she
> hangs out, the smell was overpowering. I was particularly careful to
> clean her vulva and surroundings more than usual but even that same
> afternoon the smell was strong enough that I wetted the area and used a
> paper towel to clean her again (minor red tinning of the wet paper).
> This morning the smell was again very strong I wetted the area and
> cleaned it (much less tinting). She smells again. Is it normal for
> ***es to have more prolonged bleeding at her age and to smell much
> stronger than she has ever before all of a sudden.

> Thank you for any ideas  and help

> Bill Eggers

 
 
 

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Post by MaryBet » Wed, 20 Dec 2000 11:29:08



Quote:
> GET HER TO THE VET! She most likely has a uterine infection and could die
if
> left untreated. HURRY! GO NOW!

> Christy

    Ditto.
    GET HER TO THE VET !!!!! ASAP !!!!!
    It could be a bad infection and with the sound of it, it's gone pretty
long, to have such an odor. She'll be very lucky to make it thru this even
if you go now.
    Let us know what the vet says, please? I'd like to know she'll be okay.

MaryBeth

 
 
 

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Post by jd.. » Wed, 20 Dec 2000 11:31:10


Dogs can get a uterine infection called pyometra.  Unlike in humans, this is
not a mild complaint that can wait.  If your dog has this infection, it can
kill her.  She needs to go the vet asap.  Spaying and antibiotics will fix
her, if this is what she has.  jdoee

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Quote:

> We have a ten year old unspayed Bouvier de Flandres. Her cycles have
> been regular for the last eight or so years. She begins bleeding in
> may/June and November/December like clockwork, lasting about 2 weeks.
> Over the years there is some smell, but it has been mild. This past
> month she started bleeding in late november and it lasted about three
> weeks.  While she is no longer dripping I have felt her vulva and it is
> still swollen. Taking a wet paper towel I get a slight reddish tint when
> I clean around her vulva. On Sunday (12/17) I gave her a bath because
> the smell was unusually strong. When you walked into the room where she
> hangs out, the smell was overpowering. I was particularly careful to
> clean her vulva and surroundings more than usual but even that same
> afternoon the smell was strong enough that I wetted the area and used a
> paper towel to clean her again (minor red tinning of the wet paper).
> This morning the smell was again very strong I wetted the area and
> cleaned it (much less tinting). She smells again. Is it normal for
> ***es to have more prolonged bleeding at her age and to smell much
> stronger than she has ever before all of a sudden.

> Thank you for any ideas  and help

> Bill Eggers

 
 
 

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Post by April_McCre » Wed, 20 Dec 2000 13:23:24


OMG Please do get her to the vet now!!! Don't walk RUN!!!! I almost lost my
dalmatian because of this. She had an infection in her uterus so bad that if
I would have waited 24 more hours her uterus would have ruptured and she
would have died!!!!!!
April


Quote:
> GET HER TO THE VET! She most likely has a uterine infection and could die
if
> left untreated. HURRY! GO NOW!

> Christy


> > We have a ten year old unspayed Bouvier de Flandres. Her cycles have
> > been regular for the last eight or so years. She begins bleeding in
> > may/June and November/December like clockwork, lasting about 2 weeks.
> > Over the years there is some smell, but it has been mild. This past
> > month she started bleeding in late november and it lasted about three
> > weeks.  While she is no longer dripping I have felt her vulva and it is
> > still swollen. Taking a wet paper towel I get a slight reddish tint when
> > I clean around her vulva. On Sunday (12/17) I gave her a bath because
> > the smell was unusually strong. When you walked into the room where she
> > hangs out, the smell was overpowering. I was particularly careful to
> > clean her vulva and surroundings more than usual but even that same
> > afternoon the smell was strong enough that I wetted the area and used a
> > paper towel to clean her again (minor red tinning of the wet paper).
> > This morning the smell was again very strong I wetted the area and
> > cleaned it (much less tinting). She smells again. Is it normal for
> > ***es to have more prolonged bleeding at her age and to smell much
> > stronger than she has ever before all of a sudden.

> > Thank you for any ideas  and help

> > Bill Eggers

 
 
 

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Post by MaryBet » Thu, 21 Dec 2000 07:40:49


Quote:

> We have a ten year old unspayed Bouvier de Flandres.

    How is she doing Bill? I've been waiting to hear. I certainly pray she
is okay, and that you got her in to the vet's on time. :)
    Let us know?

Thanks,
MaryBeth