A tick can only "bury" its head parts under a dog'sskin. The rest of the tick's body... if this is the situation and, if so, how to properly remove this larva from your dog'sskin.
I'm not sure exactly what you're describing here, but it might be the conjunctiva, the tissue between the base of the eyeball and the edge of the lower lid. This can become infected for different reasons and in a young pup co
What if the dog is not walking like she used to?
If you can get your fingers around these lumps and they are freely movable, they could be lipomas, which are benign fatty growths...very common in dogs as they age...
Skin infection on female German Shepherdby
she has is not contagious no skin problems
in this family or sickness the dog has her appetite she has mild... I got that to go away but now she has a terrible skin infection mostly
on the shoulder blade going down the legs...
Avoid DogSkin Problems For Healthier Petsby
heru m.Dogskin problems are perhaps the second major concern of most canine owners. Next to health problems, your dog’s skin is the next part of your dog’s anatomy that you have to pay extra attention...