Leptospirosis and Prostatitis in a Dog
A 5-year-old male English Pointer was presented at the Stange Memorial Clinic on Oct. 22, 1951, with a history of bloody discharge in the urine after working. The patient was quite active and alert. Bowel movements, appetite, temperature pulse, and respiration were within normal limits. The animal showed muscular build but was rather thin. The patient urinated frequently and had a purulent discharge from the prepuce.