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Discussion in 'Doberman Puppies' started by princethedobie, Aug 22, 2019.

  1. princethedobie

    princethedobie New Member

    67689ADC-063B-4DF8-9845-0B13948191B8.jpeg I was in the process of cleaning my puppies ear when I spotted something that looked (at first) like it was just a piece of skin but then I looked closer and it appeared to maybe have some sort of liquid inside. It is hard but squishy and it’s not able to pop, any idea what it could be?


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  2. Tropicalbri's

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    Looks like an ant / insect bite or possibly a foreign body trying to work it’s way out.
    Or it could be just a keratin bump. I wouldn’t try to pop it as you risk infection. Let it be and hopefully it will self limit and correct itself.
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  3. My2Girls

    My2Girls Notable member

    It almost looks like a blister.
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  4. MyBuddy

    MyBuddy Moderator Hot Topics Subscriber

    • I was wondering about that too! I was wondering about that too! x 1
  5. Viemarangelrock

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  6. princethedobie

    princethedobie New Member

    It’s still there not as risen as much but it’s been four days and it’s still not gone :thumbsdown: I can’t leave his ears unposted anymore because I’m scared they won’t be able to stand up so posting it’s really agitating him too
  7. princethedobie

    princethedobie New Member

    Still there after four days but it’s not as risen anymore, I would’ve expected it to be gone by now :sorry: it isn’t going down fast so I don’t think it’s a hematoma but it can’t be a flea or parasite as I gave him treatment for that
  8. Tropicalbri's

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    Cut a small piece of mole foam and place on bump, then post. That should prevent chafing of the bump.
  9. Mystic

    Mystic Notable member

    You could also put some cotton there behind the post too.

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