Male dogs that reach the senior generation without castration often develop perineal hernia.
There is a muscle group that prevents the organs inside the pelvic cavity from protruding, called the pelvic diaphragm.
These muscles become thin or defective due to aging and sex hormone secretion, and organs in the pelvis jump out from the gaps in the muscles to form a hernia under the skin.
A hernia is a condition in which an internal organ or the like has escaped from a site that should have been.
This condition is called a perineal hernia.
The organs to escape are the prostate, the bladder, and the rectum.
In the case of the rectum, a flexing rectum can cause seizures or constipation during defecation.
It is not possible to defecate on its own, and the owner may put a finger in the anus and remove it.
In the case of the bladder, the urethra is squeezed, resulting in urination disorder and urgent surgery is required.
This time, it is Chibi who is a 10-year-old no castrated hybrid.
The picture below is the ass up.