My six month old female pug has a green discharge coming out of her vagina?


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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.

10 Replies to “My six month old female pug has a green discharge coming out of her vagina?”

  1. that is normal some times. but mostly means that she might have provo. take her to the vet to make sure.

  2. That is never a good sign I am afraid hon… Pyometra is a serious womb infection which occurs in entire (Or non-spayed) female dogs and it needs urgent medical care.

    If you are independent please take the dog to the vets. If you live with parents or other relatives urge them to take her now. This can be fatal if left untreated.

    Please read what I have pasted below so you understand how vital it is you or your parents get your dog medical treatment ASAP.

    "Pyometra is a serious infection of the womb resulting in the accumulation of infective fluid (pus) within the cavity of this organ. It is usually seen in older, female cats and dogs who have not been neutered. Pyometra may be classified as open or closed. In open pyometra, a common sign is a discharge from the vagina. This discharge may be bloody or yellow or cream coloured. In closed pyometra, no discharge to the exterior occurs. If the pus does not drain out though the vagina, your dog may become very sick and develop toxaemia (blood poisoning). The presence of this poison in the body has serious effects on other body organs and systems and can lead to life-threatening conditions such as kidney failure. Untreated, pyometra can cause death from dehydration, toxaemia and kidney failure."

    ADD: Thank you for saying you will take her to the vets. I wish you the best of luck.

  3. Severe infection – get her to the vet immediately. And have her spayed – it could be pyrometra which is infection of the uterus and if not spayed she can die from the infection.

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