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    Bella doesn't have a tail pocket, but she does have a tight tail. So she gets itchy and drags from time to time. I just make sure to get up under the tight part of her tail every day and wipe it dry. It does get moist under there. She also gets dingle berries at times and drags.......lovely I know, thank God we have hard wood floors!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cali~jenn View Post
    Miila drags her bootie like she is itchy somewhere. Anal glands are empty so that isnt it. Vet wasnt concerned by it but figured I would ask here. Could girly parts get itchy? I have no idea what she is trying to actually scratch but she is scratching something. Only sometimes but my boys have never ever dragged their butts so I am confused by this. She has no tail pocket whatsoever so that isnt it. Thoughts?
    we had this issue with Banks.... the vet gave us a powder, I think it was Neo-predef, which helped. Of course, she had a bigger issue, but this powder did lessen the itch
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    @cali~jenn yes there girlie parts can get itchy. last time sarah was in heat she kept trying to scratch something and i could not figure out what it was. i did her yeasty back i did her tp i did her booty. well i remembered a thread on here about girlie parts so i look at her folds beside the pp and she had red there. but some yeast stuff and some hydrocortisone cream and she stopped itching. also their booty can get itchy sarahs did this summer. i hope you can find out what it is. i have to bathe sarah bout once a week sometimes twice if she is itchy from her yeast. good luck hon believe me i know how ya feel.

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    I read somewhere that it can be worms
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    I have the same problem with my BabyGirl, only she does the "twist." Her tail pocket is clean and I wash her girly parts daily. My problem is my carpet is too rough. Her girly parts kind of fold to a corner shape and that is the part that rubs on the carpet when she sits. Is it possible Miila gets irritated on a rough surface somehow?
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    Quote Originally Posted by VuBulldogs View Post
    I read somewhere that it can be worms
    This was my first thought but she has been to many vets since she is new here already and I see no signs of anything in her poo also. I think it must be her girly parts maybe. @cowsmom you just buy what like monistat cream (I think that is what it is called) and put it around her parts? lol Gosh girls are already so much more work than boys. haha As is true with us right?

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    yes that or generic or you can get an antifugal like clotrimazole or tolinaftate. you know for like jock itch and such works also. i have lotrimin powder that i use on it to keep it dry to. let us know how it goes.

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    @cowsmom - you rule.

    Bea will occasionally do something similar. Dr. Terry (Beatty) tells me that these dogs are prone to "picking up things" off of grass because of how they pee. Bea actually puts her bottom ON the ground! She doesn't hovercraft above it like a normal dog. hahahahahaha During the daily "wrinkle wipe session", I take the extra step of running an additional clean MalAcetic wipe around her girlie parts. Seems to resolve it nicely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vicaroo1000 View Post
    @cowsmom - you rule.

    Bea will occasionally do something similar. Dr. Terry (Beatty) tells me that these dogs are prone to "picking up things" off of grass because of how they pee. Bea actually puts her bottom ON the ground! She doesn't hovercraft above it like a normal dog. hahahahahaha During the daily "wrinkle wipe session", I take the extra step of running an additional clean MalAcetic wipe around her girlie parts. Seems to resolve it nicely.
    Thank you! I guess I just have to learn a new routine with Miila. You are right she is so low to the ground I think she touches even if she hovers. hahaha

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