This dog was admitted with recurrent rectal prolapse which is a condition in which one or more layers of rectum are displaced through the anus. It can be caused by a variety of factors, including disorders of digestive, urinary or genital systems. Initially the doctor did external suturing to set the prolaspe in place but it didn’t work. So the doctor decided to do coloplexy as a treatment of recurrent rectal prolaspe. The dog made a complete recovery and was sent back home a week later.