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Red bumps with dried blood on skin

Sketch

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Hello everybody,

My little Lily has some red bumps with dried blood only on her back and a little bit on the head.

Have you ever seen this before?

It happened pretty suddenly.

She has been eating Royal Canin anallergenic for a while and I use Hylyt for her monthly bath like usual.

The litter has been pine wood for quite some time too.

I have no clue where this could come from. It doesn't look like it's itching :/

Thanks!
 

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Yoda mom

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@Sketch I dont know what this could be
I wanted to send a lair full of positive vibes

Do you havea vet appointment ? Hopeful others can chime in with suggestions you can ask the vet to rules out
Does she wear clothes ?
Brainstorming Here -
Has the food company changed any ingredients ? - sometimes they reformulate -
My dog had severe allergy to his usually foods changed ingredients . I read the bag and saw new stuff that he had allergies to in the past - his skin was red bumps amd bloody

Any changes to detergent ? Fabric sheets used ?
One member wrote she discovered her kitty was allergic to gain laundry pods

Prayers sent by you get answer and relief
Do you have any Vetericyn spray?

Head smooches to sweet Lily
Following for updates

Here is a thread
 

Sheldon13

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It definitely looks like an allergy of some kind to me. Have you changed any detergents or cleaning products?


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Catzzzmeow

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You might want to get a vet check just because it is such a large area...and have them rule out a staph infection. Please keep us updated.
 

Toa and Ross

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Best is to go for a vet check. Looks like an allergy. Always difficult yo determine what is causing the allergy. Here the sun was shining the last days and my crew sat in the sun and played in the garden. Was your girl exposed to the sun? Or any new plants? Other new products?
 
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