Pyometra Emergency Spay
Older Females, especially those who have not bred, are at risk for a deadly uterine infection called Pyometra. This infection can rarely be managed well with medications, meaning that an urgent spay is typically the only recommended cure.
Signs of the disease include fever, severe lethargy, an increase in drinking/urination, loss of appetite, and vaginal discharge. These signs are most common 1-2 months after finishing a heat cycle. If you suspect pyometra in your pet, contact us immediately. The best medicine for this disease is prevention... Spay your dogs and cats early on in their lives and avoid this and several other serious conditions.