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Journal of Animal Health and Production

Case Report
J. Anim. Health Prod. 6(3): 86-89
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Ankit Kumar Ahuja*, Shahbaz Singh Dhindsa, Ajeet Kumar, Prahlad Singh

Department of Veterinary Gynaecology and Obstetrics, College of Veterinary Science, Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana, Punjab. India.

Abstract | Majority of growths in the vaginal canal of bitch are contributed by vaginal prolapse, vaginal hyperplasia and vaginal tumors. Hormonal profiling of canine during whelping is suggestive of reduced serum progesterone concentration and increased estrogen concentration. Present case reports modified technique for surgical excision of high grade vaginal prolapse and vaginal hyperplasia in the bitch. In this case, surgical excision performed was successful and ovariohysterectomy was avoided to maintain the reproductive ability of the animal. Follow up of the case represented healthy recovery without any reoccurrence during subsequent estrus.

Keywords | Vaginal hyperplasia, Vaginal fold prolapse, Circumferential incision diestrus, Hormonal