This study reports a case of post partem uterine prolapse in a goat. The animal was brought to the hospital with a complaint of uterine prolapse. The everted organ was carefully handled and the debris was removed by washing with dilute potassium per magnet solution. Epidural anaesthesia was achieved by using lignocaine solution. The prolapsed uterus was replaced ana broad spectrum antibiotics were administered intramuscularly. The animal was hospitalized for close monitoring. There was no reoccurence and animal was discharged after two days.
Epidural anaesthesia, lignocaine, uterine prolapse