Vaginal hyperplasia is more common in estrous female dogs and post delivery dogs. The main reason for this phenomenon is the excessive estrogen secretion in female dogs. So how to prevent canine vaginal hyperplasia?
For dogs with this disease, medroxyprogesterone acetate (2mg / kg body weight / day, for one week) can be used before estrus to prevent the occurrence of this disease, or GnRH (50 μ g) can be injected intravenously to promote the release of luteinizing hormone, increase the concentration of serum progesterone and antagonize estradiol. To completely eradicate the disease, the dog needs to undergo ovariectomy or ovariectomy. Ovariectomy should be performed in the later period of oestrus interval.