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won’t stop bitching and itching and has red dots on his stomach

that’s what it looks like

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Dog

Mixed

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Dr. Brown

Veterinarian

Specialty

Diet

Behavior Disorder

Parasite

Hello, I looked over the question you sent.
This is a case that requires an appointment with a veterinarian.
According to the photos, severe redness in the groin area is observed.
Itching symptoms in young dogs are highly likely to include ectoparasite infections (fleas, lice, mites, etc.), allergic dermatitis, and atopic dermatitis. Make sure your dog is regularly dewormed, and that there are no ectoparasites around his skin. Also, provide your dog with plenty of water, vitamins, minerals, and low-allergenic food.
In the case of allergic dermatitis, it is common for symptoms to be relieved when the allergen (causing agent) is removed.
Please do not hesitate to ask any further questions you may have. Thank you.

(The consultation type you select only determines whether or not your pet require medical attention. If you require a detailed consultation, please ask questions without urgent mode.)