Xiaolu Hou1, Dongxian He1, Guiyu Xin2 and Lancheng Xu2,*
1Guangxi Agricultural Vocational University, Nanning 530007, China; 2College of Biology and Pharmacy, Yulin Normal University, Yulin 537000, China
*Corresponding author: email@example.com
A 7-year-old female, Cocker Spaniel, began to suffer from anorexia and poor spirit 20 days before treatment. There was red fluid flowing out of the vagina. After self-feeding for 3 days, amoxicillin did not improve, and the affected animals were sensitive and uneasy. The general clinical examination, blood routine examination, biochemical blood indexes and B-type ultrasonic examination were used for the diagnosis and treatment to diagnose and treat the dog. The results showed that the dog was diagnosed as uterine abscess and the prognosis of the dog was good after ovariectomy, combined with postoperative monitoring and anti-inflammatory nursing.