Welcome! I would be happy to assist you. I am a 2003 graduate from UC Davis and a Medical Director of a veterinarian practice.
Sometimes, a little discharge from the penis can be normal. It is called Smegma.
However, if it is persisting, getting worse, or the penis is also beginning to look inflamed, or Duncan is licking
a lot down there, you must get into a vet. It can be an indicator of a prepucial infection. That is, an infection of the shealth that is holding the penis.
Generally, wouldn't be too costly. Exam and antibiotics. A urine test would be storngly recommended and I would encourage it, but not a must.
Hope that info helps
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