What does it mean when the female dog is bleeding?

Could you help us or recommend a treatment for the following problematic scenario?


Few months ago, one of our community (street) dog, was spayed, may be one and half years old.
Because she was being chased by the numerous other male dogs, and they mated.
One of the neighbor had taken her for spaying (most probably surgery), and later brought back to the same street. The dog recovered in 6 days of foster care.

After 4-5 months, the female dog was bleeding from her uterus (vagina).
We thought that was normal as she was able to walk and fetch food, also seen active. Playful.

But, few days ago she was again bleeding, as blood stains were everywhere, at the places she sat on.

Could you tell me what could be its health problem?
Any information or recommendation will be helpful.

Thanks in advance
~ DAFN
2018-09-03 18:00 0 Reviews Share

dogsarefamily - DogsAreFamily Nepal

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Hello
We called one of the veterinary consultant, and told that it could be
because of the worm inside her stomach - can be treated with medicine.

Or could be the infection caused, as it's wounds were not properly healed - can be treated.

Alternatively,
it's better to PTS (Put to sleep), as the dog will suffer very much, in the future.
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We don't know what to do. But PTS is not the best option.
2018-09-03 18:05 0 Reviews

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Update #2
We called upon a vet and he had told us that the the bleeding us cause by a Tumor, and it is a first stage.

Because a lump of muscle or tissue was hanging out from the dog's uterus, We noticed it for 3days and on the fourth day, it was gone. No more bleeding.

A chemotherapy is required, that's what a vet said. And there's a possibility that the dog gets rid of the tumor issues in the future. A chemo can be performed anywhere. (And i am little bit concerned about the health and safety while chemo on-the-spot, surprising)

And after the chemo, the dog will be too weak to move, for 2-3 days. It needs to be fostered and should be in a proper care.

Now we are scared to decide.

Btw, the dog is a street dog named. We named her Bantu.
2018-09-20 12:26 0 Reviews

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The dog underwent to the chemotherapy a week ago, one of my neighbor said.
The dog seems active today.
2018-11-08 12:08 0 Reviews

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