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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 02-28-2014, 08:25 AM Thread Starter
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Unhappy Black Spot on puppys Testicle?

I regularly do a body check on both my puppys. But just last week i noticed a black spot on his testicle! Im not sure if its just a birth mark or could it be something to worry about? HAs anyone come across this as well. Maverick is 7 months tomorrow. At first i though it was just a fit spot but after trying to wash it off lol ummm its not!
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I regularly do a body check on both my puppys. But just last week i noticed a black spot on his testicle! Im not sure if its just a birth mark or could it be something to worry about? HAs anyone come across this as well. Maverick is 7 months tomorrow. At first i though it was just a fit spot but after trying to wash it off lol ummm its not!
Maybe he's getting his pubic hair?

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It is just pigment. You are looking at his, errr, junk too closely. Seriously.
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It is just pigment. You are looking at his, errr, junk too closely. Seriously.
Lol. Agreed.

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It is just pigment. You are looking at his, errr, junk too closely. Seriously.

So no request for pictures this time Sunflowers?

To the OP: no idea and also not asking for pics. I was once worried about a black spot on my girl's tongue but it was just pigmentation.
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So no request for pictures this time Sunflowers? .
Nah.
I was happy when hair grew on Hans's ballz. Blends in a little better and I don't have to see them so clearly, LOL
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So no request for pictures this time Sunflowers?
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Can't say I would blame the OP for paying attention and noticing something like this, instead of being too embarrassed to ask and having it turn out to be something serious. That region should be getting examined regularly to check for inconsistencies, especially in intact dogs.

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Can't say I would blame the OP for paying attention and noticing something like this, instead of being too embarrassed to ask and having it turn out to be something serious. That region should be getting examined regularly to check for inconsistencies, especially in intact dogs.
Awww c'mon... can we ever joke around here?
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Joke? Sure. Telling someone they're paying too much attention to their dog and checking for issues just isn't much of a joke, to me.

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