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About five minutes ago, my six month old female pug hopped onto my bed and sat down. Well, she happened to sit on my phone. The screen was black at the time, and the green-ish discharge was very apparent. It was kind of stringy and goo-ey. She has not been spayed yet, but I don’t know if that has to do with anything? Does anyone have any idea what this could be from?
You guys, I am planning on taking her to a vet. I know that green is not a normal color. I was just trying to get some insight as to what they may tell me when I take her to the vet so I can be prepared.
Thanks for your answers.
Thanks everyone for your input. We are going to take her to the vet to get it checked out. We are having her spayed very soon, too. So hopefully everything will turn out in our favor.