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Q. Dog, fmale, 7 y/o: area around rectum is bright red, inflamed/ bleeding slightly/ Stools slightly loose. Eaten plums & 2-3 pits. Acts painful

A. I would recommend that you have her checked over as the pits could be causing a partial obstruction with pain, inflammation and blood. I

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CLAUDIA FIORAVANTI

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