Sometimes seasons take several cycles to settle down. This is nothing to worry about, just another reason why you should let nature take its natural course and not spay a bitch before it has, and you know she is hormonally fully mature. By which time you will probably have found there is no need to, anyway, because keeping her safe from the boys is no big deal
A urinary concern :(
RokixSlugg last edited by
I've noticed recently Anne has began discharging a green/yellowish viscous substance when she urinates. She's been drinking plenty of water and doesn't seem to be in any pain and it doesn't seem to bother her much… just takes her a little longer to pee.
She was spayed and had just got her stitches out days before we adopted her. Might it be possible she has come down with some sort of infection?
Regardless, I have made an appointment at the earliest date (next monday) to take her in and get it looked at... but I was wondering if anyone had an idea as to what it might be?
(Also, sorry for a not so specific to basenji question - I'm just kind of worried and didn't know who else to ask.)
wizard last edited by
Never seen this - keep us informed regarding the vet report.
Quercus last edited by
It is probably a little vaginitis….or an irritation of the vagina. It is really common in puppies...best to have it checked out to make sure.
nobarkus last edited by
When in doubt see the vet. Animals can be good at seeming not in pain when they are.