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Q. Large dog has itching in armpits. Dark color and smells like yeast. How to I get rid of it?

A. You'll want to visit your local veterinarian for a skin scraping. This will help him/her to know exactly what type of infection or infectionS your pet may have. It's very common for pets to have a yeast and bacterial infections, along with other underlying condition. You'll want to keep the area clean and dry and administer medications as prescribed.

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CRYSTAL L. NELSON



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