My 4 yrs old labrador Duchess has a lump in her front nipple and when you touch it bloody like substance comes out. She doesnt act as if she wants you to touch it. I am worried about what it could be. If anyone might know please respond asap
Sounds like an infection. It could be something worse though so she should be seen by a vet. Have you posted your question on the dog board? I'm sure they've seen this before and will have better experience to share. You are talking about a lab. dog, right? I know it's not a Labrador Duck since they're extinct.
i have just noticed my 3yr old akita has a large lump on one of her nipples, it looks like a cyst and the tip is all crusty, she is quite a lazy dog anyway but in the last 3 weeks or so she has not been herself she looks really down can anyone suggest whats wrong am at my wits end!
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