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Pregnancy 21 days (discharge)

Discussion in 'Dog Breeding' started by mmj2, Sep 15, 2020.


  1. mmj2

    mmj2 PetForums Newbie

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    2D134F9F-5614-44DB-821F-40959AB69581.jpeg D910C3B9-0DC2-46CC-8FE6-B41460C32734.jpeg 8A33895F-E38E-4372-8CBA-530EA3EB6141.jpeg I bred my bitch August 26th so today makes day 21 and exactly 3 weeks. A few days ago she had a drop of dark brownish pink blood on the tile and I wiped it up with a paper towel, and now today I saw light yellow discharge dripping from her vulva. Her vulva has been swollen since her heat. She’s been of her food since last week but will eat at dinner time and will still eat treats. Is this normal or infection? Or implantation? *picture of her swollen vulva and the discharge she had a few days ago and now today*
     
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    Rafa PetForums VIP

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    I would have a word with your Vet.

    You wouldn't really expect such a discharge at this point.
     
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    mmj2 PetForums Newbie

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    I posted it in a breeding/whelping group and so many people said their bitches experienced this with no infection. I will be taking her to the vet though
     
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    None of my bitches ever did, but that doesn't mean it doesn't happen.

    Could you take her temperature?
     
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    mmj2 PetForums Newbie

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    How do I do that and what is a normal temperature and a not normal temperature?
     
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    A normal temperature is 38/39 degrees, but if you don't feel comfortable to do that, then don't.

    I really would speak to your Vet, tell him what is happening and take his advice.

    It may well be there is no cause for concern, but the yellow discharge is something you should mention.
     
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    I will. Does discharge that is caused by an infection typically have a strong oder?
     
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    Yes.
     
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