The same biological processes happen in animals as do in humans, so it is definitely possible for an intact male of any species to have a wet dream. However, the fluid seen was yellow not white so the vet is probably right as to what it was.View Thread
Your title made me smile. Is there any way to ask the opinion of the old vet or are they not available at all? Did they indicate any concern about this particular bump in the past, when it split? Short term, keeping it clean so as to avoid infection would be best, but a lot would depend on if the bump is growing, how fast it is splitting, etc. Good luck with your dog!View Thread
Sorry, everyone, for getting a little upset there. I know I am usually calmer than that. I just really can't stand witnessing abuse, especially of a kitten. And this would be abuse, because kitten stomachs aren't made for digesting human milk, especially after they are two months old.View Thread
After a while the hematoma will solidify and result in a crumpled, unsightly ear, but the discomfort will go away. I had that dog for a long, happy 16 years and the ear never bothered her after it healed. It didn't look good but it didn't harm her hearing.View Thread
Why in the name of all that is holy do you want to make your poor sweet innocent kitten sick? Is this a fetish or something? The usefullness of the milk is this: it is milk, that she can drink, that will not make her sick. I think you need therapy. Please get help.View Thread
There are many things that could have killed him-- poor dog! With your description I might suspect he ate poison and was running from the pain, that can cause seizures as well. Other than that I might suspect a sudden stroke or some such.
It's heartbreaking, isn't it? Let this be a reminder for people not to let their dogs run loose so they can get into things they shouldn't.View Thread