Cooper, our golden retriever and Sunny our other golden, were dry humping. Both are fixed. We noticed cooper had a large erection and when we broke them apart, his erection would not retract to the normal flacid position. He appeared very uncomfortable. We layed him down and relaxed him only then did it go flacid. there was a trace of blood at the tip of the penis.
THis has happened once before. What should we do and why is it happening to this 5 year old healthy handsome golden.
dog's penis could not retract-or go back inside, because the outer sheath had "rolled" into itself, preventing the penis from going back, vet described it like rolling a sock into itself-and it is very serious condition if not taken care of. Your dogs erection won't go down because it can't go down-and if its not corrected within an hour or so, permanent damage can start-so if you can't get it resolved, go to the vet right away!
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