We live in Sanbernardino county CA need to find a vet to do pyometra surgery on my son’s dog but can’t afford it ….anyone know a vet that can help ? Time is running they say it’s emergency
My Karma is 2 1/2 and is 1 week pregnant and she has had this yellow mix white discharge. I was wondering if anyone cold tell me what’s going on its not Pyometra , She’s still acting very normal and it doesn’t have a smell or odor of any kind at all . I’m pretty much thinking it’s Vaginitis , with this diagnosis what kind of antibiotic will she need to get . I want to find out but where i live the Vet only scheduled my visit a week from today and I need to know asap !!! She’s my baby and i can’t put her life to the side like that.
Princess has pyometra and it cost about $700 for her to get surgery. Our vet said there was no guarantee that she will be cured because of her age (12). I just want a second opinion on this because I don’t know what to do 🙁
Hi, my dog has been diagnosed with an open pyometra. She is on antibiotics and is weak at the moment but otherwise in good health. How long does she have until surgery? The reason I ask is the vet cannot see/perform surgery until the next 48 years.
My dog is an intact German Shepherd female of age 8. She was drinking lots of water and urinating lots about 4 weeks ago, and refusing to eat from time to time. She has started discharging the pus in the last week and continues to do so and we are still able to feed her (though she doesn’t like it). No other recurring medical condition.
I have a strictly indoor only 2 year old female cat named sapphire that i haven’t fixed. she had one litter of four at around 6 months old (long story short the vet told us she wasn’t pregnant at the checkup whilst she was anyways and urged us to fix the male instead) she has gone into heat again and I’ve started reading up on risks of not having cats spayed and came across pyometra. never even heard of it until tonight and now I’m afraid she may have it. her appetite and water intake is normal. normal bathroom habits as far as I can tell. clear minimal vaginal discharge. as a matter of fact she’s eating as we speak. but her belly is swollen. she is still in heat. acting normal other than a swollen tummy. please help? (please no rude comments about her being unaltered I wasn’t aware of the risks nor do I want to hear “a female cat in heat will always find a way to get out and mate” I’ve had her for two years since she was 5 weeks old I bottle fed her myself even and she has never gotten out nor shown any interest in getting out because she’s afraid of being outside)
My dog had pyometra so had to have emergency surgery to be spayed, her stitches and everything are fine she seems fine in herself, she had water discharge from her culva before, just wondering if this is normal?
Zoey is a 7 year female english bulldog who had a pyometra hysterectomy.
My 12 year old chihuahua just had surgery for pyometra last week. She was collapsing when trying to walk, wouldn’t eat, would drink large amounts of water, and was peeing everywhere. She is trained to a puppy pad. She came through the surgery, was given a small dose of pain medication, and during her stay at the clinic was treated with IV antibiotics. However, since she has been home, she has been having multiple accidents, including wetting in her doggie bed, on the sofa directly beside me, etc. She will drink several laps of water and squat directly beside her water bowl to relieve herself. This is not like her at all. Previously, when she would have accidents it would be because she was purposely “marking”. This is quite different. Any thoughts or suggestions?
My 12 yr old dog had pyometra so ended up having a hysterectomy. Well from then she’s had a little lump on her belly which is getting bigger and now doubled in size. I’ve just noticed when cleaning her urine of my carpet it is all pink
My rottweiler is showing signs of pyometra. Lethargy, some weakness, blood and pus looking discharge (occasional drops and occasional larger discharge of about a tablespoon). I can’t reach my vet because it is the weekend (have left several messages). She is drinking water and doesn’t appear to be terribly dehydrated. I have some amoxicillan that my doctor gave me. I have to read that this is sometimes given to stabilize dogs with pyometra before surgery. I want to make sure my dog doesn’t get worse before the vet returns my call. Should I give her the amoxicillan as an emergency measure? What else can I do to help her? There are no other available vets anywhere near us.