Discharge of secretions from the cervical glands of the vagina of the pet. Milky or bloody vaginal discharge in female pets is normal when they are in season, which typically occurs once or twice per year. However, when it occurs in neutered dogs and cats or those that are not in season, it may be a sign of various medical problems. Some of the medical issues that can result in vaginal discharge in cats and dogs include vaginal infections, urinary tract infections, pyometra, vaginitis, lochia, uterine cancer and spontaneous abortions.
When adding a dog or cat to your family you want to make sure your pet is happy, healthy and protected. During its lifetime your pet is exposed to many illnesses and diseases and some breeds are affected by a congenital disease which is a condition existing at birth. At these moments when your pet is ill or maybe needs surgery, you want to be protected for the unexpected and high veterinarian costs.