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Hi! I have been finding dried blood around my puppies "girl part" she is not bleeding from
inside. It looks as if it's around it due
to it being chapped. I have been cleaning her when she comes
inside and using neosporin. What could this be? And what will make it better?
 

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What could this be? And what will make it better?
A problem requiring a vet visit. A vet visit.

Stop trying to self treat, and get it checked out. If she isn't in heat, then there is a problem. Do you have any male dogs that have been left unattended with her? Any young boys that may be trying to put crayons or something there (innocently)? Any male teens or older that have access to her unattended (sick, but it happens)...
 

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I am pretty sure she is not in heat. She is almost 3 months old. There
Are no male dogs around, no sick teenage boys and when she is around my young children they are under complete supervision so nothing like that. I was told by a breeder that you'd
Puppy's cannot clean then selves properly and there chap their part.
 

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I am pretty sure she is not in heat. She is almost 3 months old. There
Are no male dogs around, no sick teenage boys and when she is around my young children they are under complete supervision so nothing like that. I was told by a breeder that you'd
Puppy's cannot clean then selves properly and there chap their part.
I've had female puppies in the last 40 yrs and never seen or heard that. Get a vet check. An inverted vulva can cause infection. You need to get a vet to check it out.
 

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One question. How do you tell if
It is inverted. It is visible and sticks out its not just a hole.
 
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