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Q. There is something wrong with my dog's armpit. Can I send a picture of it so I can seeand take a look and tell me what I need to do please

A. Hello, I'm not a veterinarian but we do have veterinarians that can help you. Unfortunately you can't send a picture through the forum but you can through a private consult. I would suggest you schedule a private consult with a Veterinarian on petcoach, then send them the picture. Hope this helps

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TONY VILLALOBOS

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