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Hi , firstly I will take my dog to the vet ASAP in the morning once they open. Unfortunately all vets/hospitals are closed now and I JUST SAW THIS. For peace of mind tonight, I’d appreciate your thoughts..

Suddenly saw this Reddish circle spot on his lower belly. It’s not a bump, or scaly.. just a little redish spot. What could that be?

He’s acting normal, not scratching it or anything.. thank you!!




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I'm not quite sure what you're expecting here. Nobody is going to be able to tell you what this is, or if it's a serious concern, from a photograph. Any guesses would be irresponsible (and a violation of forum rules.)
 

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I'm not quite sure what you're expecting here. Nobody is going to be able to tell you what this is, or if it's a serious concern, from a photograph. Any guesses would be irresponsible (and a violation of forum rules.)
Expecting support from anyone who might identify if this looks like a ringworm, something serious or just a normal rash... looking for a piece of mind, until i can get to see a vet in the next 10+ hrs..


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I'm sorry your dog has this rash. Even a vet wouldn't be able to tell you what it is by a photo alone, and we don't want to risk anyone's dog getting hurt because a well-meaning forum member told the owner that a medical condition wasn't something to worry about when it was, or suggested treatments that were incorrect. This is why it's against this forum's rules to try to diagnose any medical condition, or offer treatment suggestions.

I hope you find out what's going on when you see the vet tomorrow!
 

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I'm sorry your dog has this rash. Even a vet wouldn't be able to tell you what it is by a photo alone, and we don't want to risk anyone's dog getting hurt because a well-meaning forum member told the owner that a medical condition wasn't something to worry about when it was, or suggested treatments that were incorrect. This is why it's against this forum's rules to try to diagnose any medical condition, or offer treatment suggestions.

I hope you find out what's going on when you see the vet tomorrow!
Thank you.. and ofcourse regardless on any answer on here, I will ALWAYS take my dog to the vet .. it’s just sometimes I don’t want to panic and get some comfort if it doesn’t look alarming.. over here we don’t have any 24h pet clinics so


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I understand! That's definitely a worrying situation to be in. It sounds like you're doing everything right, and clearly care a lot about your pup. My personal advice would be everything you're already doing - keep an eye on it, talk to a vet when they're available again, and try not to worry too much so long as he's still behaving normally. Harder than it sounds, I know!
 

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I understand! That's definitely a worrying situation to be in. It sounds like you're doing everything right, and clearly care a lot about your pup. My personal advice would be everything you're already doing - keep an eye on it, talk to a vet when they're available again, and try not to worry too much so long as he's still behaving normally. Harder than it sounds, I know!
appreciate it , will do.. and thank you


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