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02-28-2014 03:48 PM
Mister C
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Originally Posted by wolfy dog View Post
This is so funny too when I interpreted this as "to check the testicles, especially in intact dogs"
But all kidding aside, it is important to inspect every area on a regular bases and not avoid anything you feel unsure about. We are not talking about your neighbor here, just your dog.
Ahh man! You mean I have to stop inspecting my intact neighbors on a regular basis? Then again, maybe that is why they don't speak to me anymore.

Seriously, have him checked out. The dog, not your neighbor.
02-28-2014 03:44 PM
wolfy dog
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Originally Posted by DJEtzel View Post
That region should be getting examined regularly to check for inconsistencies, especially in intact dogs.
This is so funny too when I interpreted this as "to check the testicles, especially in intact dogs"
But all kidding aside, it is important to inspect every area on a regular bases and not avoid anything you feel unsure about. We are not talking about your neighbor here, just your dog.
02-28-2014 02:19 PM
Mister C
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Originally Posted by Sunflowers View Post
Sooooo, any pics of the black spot on her tongue ?
Wish I could accomodate you Sunflowers. The black spot was on the underside of her tongue and really difficult to see. It took the vet a while to even find it. I noticed it one day while she was drinking. I guess I'm not the only one to scour my pet from stem to, um, "stern".
02-28-2014 02:13 PM
Sunflowers
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Originally Posted by Mister C View Post
Good advice.

And I apologize for making light of the OP's question. I didn't stop worrying about my dog's black spot on her tongue until the vet checked it out. Better safe than sorry...
Sooooo, any pics of the black spot on her tongue ?
02-28-2014 01:59 PM
Mister C
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Originally Posted by Loneforce View Post
Jonas has that too. I asked my Vet twice. They checked him out real good. It was just pigment on him. Do what I did. Have your vet check, just to be sure.
Good advice.

And I apologize for making light of the OP's question. I didn't stop worrying about my dog's black spot on her tongue until the vet checked it out. Better safe than sorry...
02-28-2014 01:49 PM
Loneforce Jonas has that too. I asked my Vet twice. They checked him out real good. It was just pigment on him. Do what I did. Have your vet check, just to be sure.
02-28-2014 01:21 PM
DJEtzel 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.
02-28-2014 12:49 PM
Sunflowers
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Originally Posted by DJEtzel View Post
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?
02-28-2014 12:44 PM
DJEtzel 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.
02-28-2014 12:42 PM
GSKnight
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Originally Posted by Mister C View Post
So no request for pictures this time Sunflowers?
Gets my vote for funniest post of the day!!!
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