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Why does your dog have a white milky discharge while pregnant?

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2012-08-06 14:27:01
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Pregnant dogs normally have a discharge, looks like white, cloudy string, that drips intermittently from the vulva. This is normal.

Towards the every end of the pregnancy, the discharge can change slightly in color, normally to a slight green, but it is still stringy, intermittent and not of a great quantity.

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