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    My 5 month old female is bleeding from her butt. Not a lot or anything, just every small drops. Anyone know anything about this before I take her to the vet????

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    Is it when she has a bowel movement or is it coming from her female parts? At 5 months, she could be coming in season. If you are not sure, a trip to the vet would be warranted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAKEISGREAT View Post
    Is it when she has a bowel movement or is it coming from her female parts? At 5 months, she could be coming in season. If you are not sure, a trip to the vet would be warranted.

    I just saw it last night after she had a bowel movement I came to wipe her and saw blood on the tissue and then I looked at her butt and saw little bit of blood in her butt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by desertskybulldogs View Post
    How is her poo? Is it well formed?


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    first poop this morning was firm but a little loose and then about afternoon she had very loose stool.

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    Has she been tested for parasites? It's not uncommon for a bit of bleeding if she has had diaherria..Often they get irritation. Being that she has very loose stools, which sounds like an abnormality for her, I would lean towards a vet visit. Make sure she hasn't injested something she shouldn't have and to set your mind at ease. I hope she feels better!

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    Seems to be a few of these lately. Hope it s nothing. I know red blood is usually from straining to poo but of course not always. Red is better than brown tho for sure.

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    I've never experienced that with mine, hope she is ok ... please keep us updated.
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    Default Re: Bleeding Butt

    It could be from either constipation or diarrhea , both can cause the bowel or the bum area to be irritated, you could try some pure pumpkin. If it shows blood again, then I would take her to the vet to rule out anything serious. You could take a stool sample to the vet and have it checked as well.

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    Default Re: Bleeding Butt

    Thank you all!!! Will keep I updated.

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    nothing to add .... just hoping it is nothing serious and will keep an eye out for an update
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    Hi all,

    koko is doing better. I guess it was just the diarrhea that she had. Thank u all for the support n tips.

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