Abortion is the termination of a pregnancy in dogs.
There are many causes of abortion in dogs, including infections, diseases, and trauma.
The signs of abortion in dogs can vary, but may include vaginal bleeding, discharge, and lethargy.
The diagnosis of abortion in dogs is made by a veterinarian through a physical exam, blood tests, and ultrasound.
The treatment of abortion in dogs depends on the underlying cause. Treatment options may include medication, surgery, or supportive care.
The prognosis for abortion in dogs depends on the underlying cause and the stage of pregnancy at which the abortion occurs.
There is no sure way to prevent abortion in dogs, but spaying or neutering your dog can help to reduce the risk.