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My dog is getting sores on his stomach

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    I am trying to figure out what is going on with my cocker spaniel’s stomach and what I can do without having to go to the vet. He is getting sores that come up and are yellow puffy sores. They pop and start to scab over. It started as a little patch on the stomach about 2 weeks ago and has gotten worse now moving to his side coat. I have tried giving him childrens benadril however you spell it, for the past week but it is not working thinking it is allergies. Does anyone know what this might be?

    He is almost 3 months old.

    Thanks
    Jackie

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    Anonymous

    My boxer has something similar
    A Quick Forming Blister
    Fills with Yellowish Liquid
    Pops and Takes Skin/Fur with It
    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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