Goose anus is hanging out

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Prolapses from the cloaca can be a serious and often life-threatening condition in birds. These may originate from the cloacal wall, reproductive tract, or intestine. Cloacal prolapse may occur secondary to chronic straining from masturbation, egg laying, space-occupying abdominal masses, and inappropriate weaning and social behavior. Prolapsed tissues are at risk of trauma, desiccation, infection, and ischemia. Affected birds should receive immediate medical attention.

Rectal Prolapse in Animals

Avian cloacal prolapses (Proceedings)

F ew creatures can boast of devotions so deep as greylag geese. Most are monogamous; many spend their decade-long adult lives with the same goose, side-by-side in constant communication, taking another partner only if the first should die. Quite a few greylags, you see, are gay. As many as 20 percent by some accounts. That number might be high: It includes those males who first take a male partner but later pair with a female, or whose first bond is with a female, but after she dies, takes up with a gander. That said, plenty more are exclusively homosexual from beginning to end. After all, evolution is driven by reproduction.

Help Goose Protacted anus

Rectal prolapse occurs in a wide range of species and may be caused by enteritis, intestinal parasites, rectal disorders and other underlying conditions. Diagnosis can be made based on the clinical signs ie, a cylindrical mucosal mass protruding from the anus. Treatment includes lavage of the protruding tissue, reduction, and placement of a temporary purse-string suture. Local anesthesia may help reduce straining and aid in prolapse reduction, especially in large animals.
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