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Discover the common causes of uterine rupture in dogs.
“Uterine rupture in general is more common in dogs than in cats and is more commonly seen as a complication secondary to dystocia or exogenous oxytocin or prostaglandin administration.”
-Amy Long, DVM; C. Tyler Long; and Richard Luong, BVSc, DACVP
From Clinical Exposures: Uterine rupture in an 18-month-old toy poodle