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Old 12-10-2009, 04:17 PM
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Discharge from male dog's anus

Hi all, I'm new just registered 2 minutes ago. I was wondering if anyone knows what this might be...my fiance's dog just sort of involuntarily (very house trained) excreted transulcent, with pink (blood), gell stuff from his anus along with a small peice of stool. Any ideas?? I hope it's not an abccess or anything. Thank YOU
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Any blood coming out of the anus or found in stool really needs to be seen by a vet-an obstruction or any GI problem can be a very big deal.

Do you have a good vet you can take him to? I would also bag up the dog poo and bring it with you.
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I don't have a clue what that could be from but others may be able to offer their non-medical opinion. No one will be able to diagnose over the internet. I would CALL THE VET to see if they can offer anything over the phone or whether your dog should be seen by them. Anytime there is blood in the stool I would take him to the vet. Sorry I can't be of more help but I would definitely call your VET.
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the translucent gel stuff is mucus, som'thing is iritating (or infecting ) his insides.

needs to see a vet let us know what happens.
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Thank you all for the replies! Unfortunately, it is my fiance's, dads, dog. And he said there is no need to take him because the blood is bright and not dark which we all know black poop is a sign of internal bleeding. But thats not what worries me it's the mucus. He just says "I'm keeping an eye on him." *sigh* if it were my dog we'd already be at the er vet hospital.
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thats a rough spot to be in... I think we've all been there.

tell him its a sign or giardia or coccidia (or parvo if its a pup) maybe that will get his but in gear...
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to take him because the blood is bright and not dark which we all know black poop is a sign of internal bleeding.
Black blood actually means its bleeding further up the GI-fresh blood just means its bleeding closer to the anus actually.

Blood coming out of the anus (from inside) is internal bleeding of some sort.

I agree with Crio-get that man in gear if you can. Or even phone the vet yourself and let him know.

There is no home remedy for this-he needs to see a vet sooner rather then later. If it helps you convince-vet bill is likely to be MUCH higher the longer you wait...
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Awww...you guys are so sweet, thanx for being so concerned as I am too. He's sticking to his own thoughts. It makes me so frustrated when pet owners assume there is nothing major wrong and don't take their animals to the vet it's like "C'mon already stop being greedy with your money and take them in, or else something worse could happen and you may never have your best friend again!" Errrrr...I'm frustrated now lol.
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Sorry for the double post, I forgot to mention that he is not a pup he's, I believe, around 3 or 4.
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Could you talk him into calling the vet or allowing you to call the vet?
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