Green discharge on dogs

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If it bothers you, you can wipe it gently with some warm water. There can be many conditions that can affect the penis. If the discharge is heavy, green in color or you think there is blood in it, the pup should be checked by a Vet. If he is not eating, drinking, having a hard time urinating and/or licking that area, he should be checked by a Vet.
I am expericing some yellowish green discharge with a funny smell, it is also watery, what could it be?
Presently we are visiting our daughters home, note that she has 2 Inside/Outside Dogs and that during our stay of 5 days our Havanese dog has started Discharging a GREEN substance out the corner of her Eyes. What do you suggest we can do in treating our Havanese (Lilly).
A thick green mucus? This does not sound good! My guess is it could be a chronic infection there. Green, or yellowy-green discharges usually do signify infections of some kind, especially as it smells bad. It must irritate and itch like glory! Please do him a favour and take him to the vet. Now you can steam-clean your carpets!
3 month year old pitbull has a rash on inner back legs and above penis.
please help me for years off and on ive had this really smelly discharge from my belly button i went to the doc a few years back he didnt seem worried but now its back i dont wanna go back to my doctor as have been back and forth for weight probs and periods etc and am getting fed up with it all has anyone here experienced this problem or know what it could be i have my belly button peirced but had this problem before that and its horrible pllllleeeeeeeeaaaaaasssssseeeee help me!!!
Hello, I have not posted here before about my cat, Charlie, things are pretty much the same, still has nasal discharge after being on about every antibiotic made. All labs and tests have been run, negative for everything, and cept for the nasal thing, labs say he is healthy,even had a nasal culture done, results were E coli,and beta strep.
What can I put on this so she leaves it to heal. I know dogs do this and it can be healing but she seems obsessed about it. Any suggestions?
ive had bv twice it was always accompanied w/ discharge, but no itching. sometimes a yeast infection can occour on the outside and cause a rash and of course itch! but hey, im no "cooch" expert!
I can't sit, walk, stand or drive for a long time due to increasing in pain. I am on multiple pain meds and they aren't helping much. Recently, about 3 weeks now, I have had swollen feet and legs. I visited my PCP (which is a ARNP) and she just told me to get some compression socks and to wear them all day and then take them off to sleep. Well I have been doing like I was told and the socks are having no effect. Other then making me look like a retard all day..
I have been using it for about 3-4 weeks now and the little bumps on my penis head have gone away but now i have noticed an itchy bump on the side of my penis which is a bit bigger.. also there is a bump on the edge of my penis head that had peeled and gone away for a few days and re-appeared in the exact same spot which seems to have formed as a bump/scar(not as itchy)... ...i have very itchy bumps on my inner thighs and butt cheeks that seem to be getting worse.
Dec came and went no AF so went in to see if I was Pergo but no I was not so they put me on provrea then Clomid on 3-7 100mg. I am now on my 3 and last round of Clomid I am on 150mg 3-7 days and I hope that this time I O because on my last round they told me I O early on cd 15 I have never O in 11 years so that was a good thing. But doc said that the numbers where not where he wanted them to be at so that is why he up my clomid this time.
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I was told by Vet to use overnight Dry Eye lubricant. The discharge has never been green or yellow so I don't think there is a secondary infection. Right eye is perfect. Dog is blinking from damaged eye. I'm thinking his condition is due to residual affects from his horner's and he has not completely returned to normal. I do have an appointment april 6th but would prefer just treating him at home if I could.
Within a couple of days he developed severe yellow/green nasal discharge and was coughing up yellow/green phlem tinged with blood. The vet added another antibiotic. A couple of days later, he was having greater difficulty breathing, he stopped eating, and one eye would only open halfway. I took him back to the vet where he was held in isolation. When the vet checked on him the next morning, he began coughing up copious amounts of blood and immediately died.
If it is canine influenza, you will notice your dog coughing (which can last for up to 30 days) and a green discharge from his nose. As Margot has said, it is likely to be any of several different viruses or indeed something that has occurred because of a change in diet. In any event, it's best to get it treated to prevent potentially more serious complications, particularly in such a young dog that probably has very little immunity to these things.
She's been doing so good, but since she came home from the vet a couple weeks ago she's had a lot and I mean ALOT of vaginal discharge and it's varied in color and yesterday, she had diarrhea, and the discharge was green. My mom and sister took her to the vet this morning and I guess she has a uterine infection. She just went back to the vet to possibly have surgery on her uterus. My point in posting this is, how do you think this could've happened to her?
It is important that a placenta was expelled after each pup and nothing was retained which would cause a serious infection. If you notice a green or ***** discharge or she has an odor, that warrants a VET visit ASAP!! Pups, on average, open their eyes 10-14 days and start hearing then also. Handle them daily but securely. You will need to do regular wormings and shots, best to take a stool sample to the Vet and get the proper meds. No not use meds from the pet store.
* Lochia (vaginal discharge) should be reddish to reddish-brown (green is okay on first day). If you see black discharge, contact your vet immediately! * Within 5-6 hours of last puppy's birth, take ***** and puppies to vet for check up. The vet will ensure that the ***** hasn't retained any puppies or placentas and that the puppies are in good health.
You have an active infection-green discharge. YOU NEED TO SEE AN ophthalmologist. Dr. O.
Have you seen a placenta come out after each puppy? Does there seem to be excessive bleeding? Do you see any green discharge? How close are her contractions? When she has a contraction, can you see a sack in the vaginal area at all? Are you sure there are more puppies? Sometimes there can be some time in between puppies but if she has been pushing this long you best get her to the vet. The puppy may be too large, dead or turned and can't make it through the birth canal.
She came home with a dry non-productive cough and green nasal discharge which I was told would clear up but it didn't. She was taken back to the vet and started on antibiotics and the nasal discharge cleared up but not the cough. She was put on antibiotics again but still had the cough and then started having difficulty walking and excessive drooling. She was taken back to the vet and put on different antibiotics and kept for 5 days.
Get a rectal thermometer and some Vasaline to take temps. My dogs know to lay on their sides for this or do whatever works. Regular temp is about 102. You might want to check twice a day. The temp will probably drop to maybe 97-98 about 24 hours before whelping, usually. If you catch the drop, you know to get ready.
Hello all, I have not posted here before about my Charlie, things are pretty much the same, still has nasal discharge after being on about every antibiotic made. All labs and tests have been run, negative for everything, and cept for the nasal thing, labs say he is healthy,even had a culture done, results were E coli,and beta strep. I have changed his foods to all natural, grain free, holistic, just to see if maybe he's allergic to grains and gluten...It's worth a try....
They are sporadic, occurring on average once every 3 months. She has also been dealing with a vulva issue (discharge, red ulcered skin since October of 2013 that after SEVERAL vet visits never seemed to clear (development on this below) I apologize for this long post but want to include some history, feel free to jump to a recap on the bottom of this post Up until May she has been a healthy happy dog despite her challenges.
They had us take her home immediately. She began vomiting, diarhea and leaking green discharge. Called Er. They said this was normal and to quit calling. It was 3am. At 7:30am we rushed her to our regular vet. She died on the exam table.
The vet called me last night, and said she was amazed on how Oliver has bounced back so quickly. She said most dogs don't. Oliver has been eating, drinking water and has been pretty active. She actually said its like he has a new lease on life. She did say she estimates he only has 2-3 months left- in fact she advised me of this when he was hospitalized. She did say that she is only estimating. I give her credit for being cautious. She also said she hopes she is wrong.
I want to try the green tripe and saw where someone on the forum had ordered it from Atlanta, GA. I will check into that as I also live on the East Coast in Virginia. Thank you Tony and Lynne for your reassuring words and guidance. God bless you both and your lucky animal companions!
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