An 11-month-old sexually intact male German Shepherd Dog was evaluated at the Animal Hospital at the Suez Canal University College of Veterinary Medicine because of a history of bleeding from the preputial orifice for 5 days. The hemorrhage was not associated with urination, and the dog had no history of trauma.
Clinical and Gross Findings
A physical examination performed by the referring veterinarian revealed a painful, hemorrhagic mass at the base of the penis. Because of severe signs of pain, the dog was anesthetized for more extensive gross examination. When the prepuce was retracted from the penis, a 4-