Pyometra

Pyometra is a disease of the female dog. It is caused by an accumulation of pus in the uterus, and usually affects unbred females over five years of age.

The symptoms are loss of appetite, increased thirst, vomiting after drinking water or milk, increased urination, distended abdomen and possibly pain in the abdominal region. There is a rise in the temperature in the early stages of the disease; a drop as the disease progresses. A female with pyometra gives off a "sweetish" odor. Pyometra requires veterinary attention.

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