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    My sister just bought her self a 7 week old english bulldog that developed this on her bottom in a few days and is freaking both of us out. Has anyone had a similar experience?


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    Ouch! I hope it's nothing serious!

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    Our pug had something similar when we got her as a puppy... we took her to the vet and he said it will go away by itself, and it did. I'd ask a vet though to make sure it's harmless. Puppies usually get shots at 8 weeks before they leave the breeder so your sister can ask the vet then
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    If it is just on the skin it is most likely a hysto, eh, @desertsskybulldogs wish I could remember the name of it, but they tend to just go away in a few weeks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Petra View Post
    Our pug had something similar when we got her as a puppy... we took her to the vet and he said it will go away by itself, and it did. I'd ask a vet though to make sure it's harmless. Puppies usually get shots at 8 weeks before they leave the breeder so your sister can ask the vet then
    Yeah beat thing to do is have a vet look at it immediately


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    Agreed with @2BullyMama looks like a Histiocytoma, which is a benign tumor. 2 of my dogs had it. It pops up quickly and will take about a month or two to go away.


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    it looks to be in the anal gland area, it might be an infected gland? We're just guessing here.

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