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PostPosted: Sat Mar 24, 2012 8:24 pm 
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Silent Mouth
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I've been working on my buddies kennel and day before yesterday when I got there one of his females had a knot on her back just in front of her tail. It looked like half of a large grapefruit was under her skin. There was a bare spot on it about the size of a half-dollar, where she had been nibbling at it.

We lanced it and gave her a combiotic shot. The drainage was very bloody and watery. Today it is going down pretty good.

Does anybody know what might have caused it?

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My guess would be an embedded thorn


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I have had this happen to my Male dog it was a bite from a spider at one time and the second it was bitten by another dog! I gave him Penicillin and it cleared right up!!


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