Infertility in the female dog

Last week, we dealt with chronic endometritis as an infection of the womb (uterus).  There is another condition which localizes itself in the womb, and which is actually life threatening.  It is called Pyometra, which translated literally, means ‘pus in the womb.‘  This condition does not begin as an infection in the uterus.

Continued from last week

The origin of this ailment is not to be found in a bacterial invasion (as in the chronic endometritis cases, which we described in last week’s TPC).   …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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