By Jennifer Coates, DVM. Every part of the body can be injured or affected by disease and this includes a dog's vagina. Symptoms involving the vagina are.
The term vaginitis refers to inflammation of vagina or vestibule in female dogs. Although this conditions is uncommon, it may occur at any age and in any breed.
Heightened vaginal discharge after estrus (“heat”) in an intact dog is normal and 18 days of bleeding could indicate a problem, as could the discoloration.
Vaginal and vulvar tumors are the second most common canine female Unspayed, nulliparous (never having given birth to a pup) dogs in the age group of.