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Spot on puppy's belly...?

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by jlushh, Jul 29, 2009.


  1. jlushh

    jlushh PetForums Member

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    Yesterday I noticed Sacha had a spot on her stomach...I'm not sure what it is really.
    Does anyone here know what it might be?

    I've attatched a pic.
     

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  2. jlushh

    jlushh PetForums Member

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    shameless self bump...
    Heelllp.
     
  3. Jazzy

    Jazzy PetForums VIP

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    I haven't a clue but you could try bathing it with a bit of salt in cooled boiled water and put some sudocrem on it and see if it gets any better within a couple of days and if not take her to the vet so they can tell you what it is.:)
     
  4. kenla210

    kenla210 PetForums Senior

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    could well be puppy acne, Daisy had this and although I took her to the vet, they didn't do anything and it cleared up on it's own.
     
  5. astro

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    I can't see it properly, but your pup might have had a tick that's recently come off. Below is a photo (also in the groin area) of a spot my dog had awhile back. It eventually crusted over...she's had a few of these and it took me awhile to realize it was a tick bite. It wasn't until I actually found a tick on her that had been having a good feed before I realized what I was seeing

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