Everything I'm reading about Pyometra says that it typically occurs shortly after a heat cycle and there is a foul smelling discharge present, along with vomiting and excess thirst.
It has been several months since her last heat cycle, There's nothing bad smelling about Jazzy, just the typical looking blood droplets. She's not drinking more than usual, and there's been no vomiting at all.
Jazzy has had two cycles for both of the two years of her life. Her first one was when she was only about 5 mos old; I was told it may have been a "false" or very light cycle. Then she had one that Fall, the next Spring, Last Fall, and now. This is the earliest, though ;it's usually later in May.
It doesn't sound like Pyometra….. Maybe to be safe I'll call the vet and ask what he thinks, though. I am inclined to believe it's a combo of heat and the puppy.
I think her lack of appetite -- because she still wants treats -- may be the food. She really wants his puppy chow, LOL. I can't blame her; she gets low-fat food, and if low-fat dog food is anything like low-fat people food: ugh. LOL. This morning I had my daughter put a few pieces of puppy food in with Jazzy's dog food, just to see if that would get her started.
It was soo funny -- she immediately began picking out the tiny pieces of puppy food, placing each piece of low-fat on the floor. She ate until she'd picked out each piece of puppy food, and the other stuff was still there. LOL