Fifty male dogs of different breeds, aged above five years presented with a history of hematuria, dysuria, and tenesmus were screened for the presence of Benign Prostaic Hyperplasia. Radiography, transabdominal ultrasonography and computed tomography revealed the presence of enlarged prostate in three dogs. Haematology revealed no significant findings. Serum biochemistry revealed significant hypoproteinemia.
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia;Computed Tomography;Dogs;Ultrasonography