117/19 | Clinical & Field Article | Veterinary Surgery and Radiology

Post Coital Paraphimosis in a Chippiparai Dog

S.Kokila, M.Bharathidasan, A.Ganesan, S.Dharmaceelan, A.R.Ninu and D.Vishnugurubaran

Department of Veterinary Surgery and Radiology, Veterinary College and Research Institute, TANUVAS, Tirunelveli-627 358

Published in the Indian Veterinary Journal October 2019 : 96 (10) - pages 56 to 57
(Received: April, 2019, Accepted: June, 2019)


Disorders of male external genitalia often perturb the reproductive performance of stud dogs and leads to Impotency. The present case discuss about the surgical management of post coital paraphimosis in a Chippiparai Dog. An eleven month old male Chippiparai dog weighing around 20kg was brought to the Veterinary Clinical Complex, Tirunelveli with the history of protruding penis after rst mating for the past ve hours. Clinical examination revealed penis protruding out of the preputial sheath beyond bulbous part of penis. The penis was edematous and hyperemic. Cold compression followed by surgical management with four cornered stay sutures was done to reduce and replace the penis into the preputial cavity. The dog recovered uneventfully with no recurrence with routine post operative care

Key Words: paraphimosis, dog, Penis, coitus, Chippiparai

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