Over 3 weeks of bleeding
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Hello, first of all, I'm sorry for the late reply. The corresponding symptom of your dog can be pyometra. Especially if the bleeding continues for more than 3 weeks, it can be an emergency. The symptoms can also be caused by infection in the lower urinary system or bladder stones. Both require surgical methods, so be sure to consult a veterinarian. Wipe the area of your dog with sterile saline and apply ointment containing antibiotics using a cotton swab. If you have any further questions later, please feel free to ask.