A 4-year-old, 8.7-kg intact male Pekingese dog was presented with stricture of the urethral opening after a perineal urethrostomy revision surgery. Total penile amputation and preputial urethrostomy with bilateral pubic-ischial osteotomy were performed. After surgery, the dog was able to urinate through the natural preputial orifice, avoiding urine scalding associated with urethral anastomosis to the adjacent skin. Nine months after surgery, no major complications were noted with the exception of a small amount of urine dribbling after urination.
KATAYAMA, MASAAKI; OKAMURA, YASUHIKO; KAMISHINA, HIROAKI; and UZUKA, YUJI
"Urinary diversion via preputial urethrostomy with bilateral pubic-ischial osteotomy in a dog,"
Turkish Journal of Veterinary & Animal Sciences: Vol. 36:
6, Article 24.
Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/veterinary/vol36/iss6/24