A 3 year-old intact female Husky presented with a 4-day history of lethargy. Physical examination revealed a mid-abdominal mass and a purulent vulvar discharge. A diagnosis of pyometra was made and the patient was prepared for aseptic surgery.
Howard Seim III, DVM, Diplomate ACVS
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