Urethral Prolapse Dog Video

Published by I Love Veterinary

Updated on

I Love Veterinary blog is reader-supported, and we may earn a commission from products purchased through links on this page, at no additional cost to you. Learn more About Us and our Product Review Process >

What is Urethral prolapse in a dog?

Urethral prolapse is a condition where the mucosal lining of the urethra falls out of place outside of the body, making it visible. This condition can very often affect other organs, such as the urinary bladder, the urinary tract, the reproductive organs, and of course the immune system.
The prolapse urethra, very often looks like a pea-sized mass, and can have a bright red or purple color.

Sharing is caring!

AUTHOR

Project dedicated to support and help to improve Veterinary Medicine. Sharing information and raising discussions in the veterinary community.

Recomended

pedialyte for dogs

Pedialyte for Dogs: 2024 Updated

8 min read

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Drop your email below to join I Love Veterinary squad and enjoy regular news, updates, exclusive content, new arrivals and more!