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    Default Re: Black spot forming around puppies area

    Its Betagen Topical Spray

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    Default Re: Black spot forming around puppies area

    I don't like the looks of that one little bit. New vet immediately, even if the second one agrees with the first one.
    Lets really get into this, ok.
    Does it have a foul odor? Is it possible she is exposed to a male dog? What color is her urine? After you clean her, how soon does it come back? Is it sticky?
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    Default Re: Black spot forming around puppies area

    No foul odor, has been around a male dog but also a puppy about her age 14 weeks, her urine is yellow to sometimes clear. To be honest as far as I can remember its always been there but never really put any thought into it until it got bigger. It is not sticky but today a small piece of skin fell fall so not sure what it really is

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    I keep looking at this photo and I think she may have a case of an extra tight vulva, it's almost like she has a bit of a pocket above it but it could just be the way she is laying in the photo. But no matter what, everytime I look at the picture the only thing in my head is "that isn't right" if you know what I mean. I have seen a lot of pups and never seen anything like that. I would certainly be bringing her to another vet for a second opinion, preferably an older vet who has been around the block. please keep us updated with anything you find out....


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    Default Re: Black spot forming around puppies area

    Have you tried giving her apple cider vinegar, and cranberry pills, it may help keep any fungal, or bacterial infections at bay
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    Default Re: Black spot forming around puppies area

    Quote Originally Posted by Sherry View Post
    I don't like the looks of that one little bit. New vet immediately, even if the second one agrees with the first one.
    Lets really get into this, ok.
    Does it have a foul odor? Is it possible she is exposed to a male dog? What color is her urine? After you clean her, how soon does it come back? Is it sticky?
    Sherry's right. We need to figure this out. What is discussed here and discovered with help someone else someday! (Isn't that why we are here?)

    @Bully907 - Please know our collective concern here is absolutely sincere. Your baby is our baby too now. You joined. It's your fault. LOL We really do have your and Charlie's best interests at heart. I promise.

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    Default Re: Black spot forming around puppies area

    Quote Originally Posted by desertskybulldogs View Post
    What is the spray you are using?


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    Have you tried giving her apple cider vinegar, and cranberry pills, it may help keep any fungal, or bacterial infections at bay
    Yesterday I started cleaning her with apple cider vinager, I was also looking at a other post about uses of apple cider vinager and was going to start putting some in her water and see what happens

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    I'm surprised no one here has said it looks like she's turning into a zombie. That is very scary indeed - if it doesn't improve at all by tomorrow, I would definitely go back for that pill, or even a second vet if you don't feel like he/she is taking it seriously. I have never seen anything like that...



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    Default Re: Black spot forming around puppies area

    I read an article on this site the other day regarding the benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar, there were so many benefits from, better immune health, skin, fur, infections, and many more. I can't remember which thread I read it under, but it probably was in the Health, or Supplement section, it was a really good article, and worth reading.
    LEARN A LESSON FROM YOUR DOG, NO MATTER WHAT LIFE BRINGS YOU, KICK SOME GRASS OVER THAT AND MOVE ON.

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