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Old 02-09-2013, 08:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Best picture I can't get by myself. But it's white whith a geenish tint. Looks like the texture of her eye boogers. Her heat finished like a month ago. Is this something to be worried about? First time I have seen it on her

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Old 02-09-2013, 08:58 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Looks like vaginitis. Keep the area clean and see if it disappears in a few days. Use paper towel or baby wipes. If it gets an odour then take her into your vet.
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I've been googling and kept hearig that. How does she get it? Something with raw? Or normal? She seems to not even notice it. Could this be together with her constant greenish eye boogers?
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Keep the area clean after going to potty with baby wipes (I use puppy wipes). Try to prevent her from licking it, but they do that because it is probably itchy. When Daisy had some vaginitis, the vet gave me some ointment to put on and asked me to keep the area clean and try to keep her from licking it.
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She act like it is not there. I've been looking up how to treat it and its like a human. Yogurt and cranberries; if this does not work in a week or two I wil take her to the vet (as stated by a vet) and I'm also using wipes to clean her a couple times a day.
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My son’s girl has had this a couple time’s now. It cleared up after a trip to the vet but was back in a couple week’s. I have never had a female but from what I read it is fairly common and usually clear’s up on it’s after the first heat cycle or being spayed.
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I disagree on the "after a heat or after a spay that it goes away "
Miss Ziggs has had it twice in the past 18 months and she was almost 2 when she was spayed and is now almost 4 but I just keep her clean and add extra ACV and cranberries to her diet and it clears up
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Old 02-11-2013, 02:10 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Yeah I was reading that also. Her heat finished I think over a month ago now. Hopefully it clears itself like I was reading. Or else ill get medication but if it comes back after that I won't be a happy person either
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