Pyometra is an infection of the uterus that can happen in any species of animal. The uterus becomes filled with pus, blood, and mucoid material. The cervix can either be open, allowing some* drainage, or closed. Many times it occurs following a normal heat cycle and signs can begin to show within a couple weeks following. In either case, this is an EMERGENCY and … Continue reading PUS WHERE?!
This is an ultrasound examination of the bladder of a dog that has had chronic urinary tract infections that currently has blood in the urine once again. Ultrasound showed a very bright round stone. A bladder stone will cause the black shadow below it, like in this ultrasound. The urinary stones, in cats and dogs, cause chronic irritation with the increase in likelihood of infections … Continue reading Calcium Oxalate Bladder Stone