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Blister in private area

Recently noticed excessive licking
What are causes & treatment?

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Labrador Retrievers Labrador

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Dr. Brown

Veterinarian

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Vaccine

Respiratory & Nose

Thank you for connecting with us. Thank you for the photo. Please note that the cause of the type of blister cannot be evaluated with just a photo. The lesion doesn't look very severe at the moment. However, you should put an e-collar on her if she tries to interact with the blister. If the blister doesn't resolve itself for the next few days to weeks, an appointment with a vet for a differential diagnosis is required in this case. Common differentials include pyoderma, skin tag, warts(papilloma), folliculitis papules, and sebaceous cysts. As long as there's no chang in size, color, or texture, you can monitor her carefully from home for now. Please consider taking her to the vet if the blister doesn't disappear naturally.

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