I can't just scratch Bubbas balls all day! I guess I should be polite and say testicles! Although most males would prefer it done! Ok, all kidding aside. For the last 4 days. Bubba has been trying to reach around to scratch, what I thought was his rear. Well, I could tell it didn't get that itch. I noticed a couple small sore around his back hocks. Then I noticed his b sack looking dry and a little red. I put some desitin on them and it seemed to help. Bubba then had white boys! I tried putting neosporon on them too. He turns around puts his mouth on my hand and tries to rut urn the favor for finding his itch. His mouth slightly opens and closes and tries to scratch my itch..if I had one. Has anyone had any problems with this? I can't go around all the time scratching his boys! Allergies maybe? Out of respect for Bubba, I'm not posting a pic! Lol
Sorry, out of 6 boys we've not had this problem; of course all of ours were neutered.
Ha ha! Hadn't thought of that! flmao
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@Alice Kable. Next month he is getting them off anyway!
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I don't have an answer for this. Buddy sometimes will try to itch his butt on the ground by turning around, but it is his butt that's itching. I usually get a baby wipe and clean under his tail and that stops it.
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Bubba's such a ladies man so I'm not surprised that he has crabs.
Kidding aside , once last summer we noticed that Stig's ballsacks were red and sore-like. I asked his daycare owner about it and she said that she had a dog once that always managed to rub his ballsies on grass seeing he's so low to the ground, like how bulldogs typically are. The only way she was able to solve that problem was to have him neutered. Maybe Bubba's getting irritated too from all the rubbing?
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Wilson has a way of scratching his boys without the help of his mom. I think there is a video somewhere.............