Spent time downtown. Met a young man to talk about racehorse club in Myanmar. Walked to Bogyoke Aung San Market to look for cat paintings. Only one of a cat in the back pocket of jeans at 18"X24" being sold. Leopard painting, 4 ft x 3 ft, in oil at US$95. Bought a slice of melon at 500 kyats from a lady roadside vendor - dust from cars and flies but the locals do not mind. Vendor had not covered up the melons. A downtown doctor's signboard advertising Vit C drink is packed with patients. A market stall sells lots of dog and cat food (video).
Did a rehearsed real case of how to diagnose a dog disease with Dr Min in the Myanmarese language. The 11-month-old Labrador X was not eating for the past 3 days as the main complaint (video) for lecture to Yezin University Vet students later. I could feel firm 10-mm uterine swelling but there was no abdominal pain. No vaginal discharge. The dog had heat 2 months ago and the vulval area was swollen and had rough brown peri-vulval skin. "Has your dog been licking her private parts for the past 2 weeks," I asked the owner. She said: "Yes."
Then Dr Min was videoed to provide the online case study. There was pus seen. So, the diagnosis was open pyometra.