Puppy vaginitis (also called juvenile vaginitis) is inflammation of the vagina in a puppy that has not reached puberty. In contrast, adult-onset vaginitis affects mature spayed female dogs. Vaginal discharge that is mucous-like, white to yellow, and usually not heavy.
Puppy vaginitis is an inflammation of the vagina that occurs in puppies. Most cases occur between the ages of 6 weeks and 8 months. Puppy.
Dog Pet Care. By Jennifer Coates, DVM. Every part of the body can be injured or affected by disease and this includes a dog's vagina. Symptoms involving the.