Here's What to Do If Your Dog Has Vaginitis

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  • Vaginitis is inflammation of the vagina. In dogs, there are two types: juvenile (puppy) vaginitis, and adult-onset vaginitis. Juvenile vaginitis occurs in female dogs that have not reached puberty, and is usually asymptomatic. Adult-onset vaginitis is more common in spayed adult dogs, and symptoms can include licking the vulva, frequent urination and/or urinary incontinence, and attraction of male dogs to the female dog.

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