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    Suspicious Raised Spots

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    My oldest dog has these raised spots back by her legs and lower back area. They don't appear to be red, they are a little smaller then a dine, they are not bothering her in anyway she is acting completely normal. I don't know what they are. I was thinking fleas (we were going to do flea meds this weekend of course ), maybe hives. Any thoughts? If Its not better by tomorrow I am going to take her into the vet.


    ETA: she is very active out doors. Spends most of her time out side. Loves to lay in the dirt, on the cement, and roll in the grass.

    ETA: So I found this and they look just like this but she only has like 10 and they are very spaced out.
    http://www.bestfamilyadvice.com/images/cottonhives.jpg
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    Maybe she just got pricked by thorns or sticks or something? Could be some sort of bug bites (not fleas).
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    if they're not red & not bothering her in any way & she's not chewing on them or licking them, it's probably not serious. just keep an eye on them for a sign of any problems.
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    Thats pretty much what I figured
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