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Q. My 9 month old yellow Lab has two swollen bumps between her "toes" and what looks like pimples on her chin. She licks the paw a lot.

A. You should see a vet to check wha is it. If your dog is licking a paw it's a sign of discomfort. It can be caused by foreign body, infection, allergy, abscess, cysts, problem with blocked glands. Pimples on the chin can be connected with juvenile panniculitis but also other dermatological problems.

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ZANETA KRASON

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