Nothing strange is happening here at all. Discharge over a full month can happen - but it is normally only once a year. Pyometra can hit any bitch - regardless of false or real pregnancies.
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I read this article in Discover Magazine July/August 2020 this afternoon. It focuses on a study being done to research the drug, Rapamycin, and how it relates to aging in canines. The overall goal is not just to prolong our time with our pups, but how the drug would affect aging in humans as well. I thought, perhaps, others would be interested in it as well.
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Interesting! I take rapamycin as an immunosuppressant medication following a bone marrow transplant (hope it helps me live longer! Lol)