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Old 08-22-2018, 04:42 PM
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Skin Condition never seen by Vet before

My dog has a condition which could not be diagnosed by our Vet Clinic. They never seen it before. Biopsy results indicated no bacteria or fungus. Mostly likely is an inflammation of some sort. But we are very concerned since we don't know what it is. First, we noticed the nose bump which seems to be enlarging very slowly. Second, there is a legion on the mouth which also seem to gradually worsen. Thirdly, his penis is very red & he is bleeding from this region sometimes. Any ideas?
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Old 08-22-2018, 04:49 PM
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No idea right off, but I would go have another vet look at it.
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Old 08-22-2018, 05:58 PM
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Yeah, I'd be heading for a second opinion too.

Has the vet started any treatments?
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Yes, the treatment given so far has been a cream Muricin and a pill Rimadyl
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Good, are they proposing any further tests?
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If you don't see an improvement, soon, I would take him to a dermatologist.
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Uh, I diagnose a dog's penis.
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Hello! I just noticed your post, how was it? Have you visited another vet or a dermatologist?
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If you google search skin inflammation dogs, it comes up with a very long list of causes, one which is not bacteria or fungal is allergies, another cause of inflammation is licking himself far too much which can be triggered by itching from allergies. I also recommend you get a pet cam & check on him to see what he's up to & make sure no ones hurting him or he's not hurting himself. Inflammation & swelling can come from a bang, or rubbing eg chewing wires on fences, forcing his head through a gap in the fence, he may of even banged his penis on something. Keep a close eye on this dog.
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