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noticed the boys following Daisy around everywhere.. sniffing her butt, not leaving her alone.. then i noticed this.. please excuse picture content.. lol



it isnt normally red like that .. its also on the underside of her tail
 

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where you at Lisa? need ur help.. lol
 

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anyone?? back up
 

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Is the redness on the top part of her rectum? So basically her hole is inflamed? Have you noticed her scooting her butt at all?
 

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I've never seen her scoot her butt, ever.. she licks it
 

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I don't know man....that's a tough one. Maybe a polyp? Lisa was just on a minute ago...hopefully she will be back on at somepoint.
 

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Has she been straining when she poops that you've noticed? Any blood? Not that I like to watch my dog take a dump but in this case where she has the inflammation on her rectum I would watch for that.
 

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I just googled "rectal polyps in dogs" and found this website. Seems the general consensus is that when finding a growth on the rectum to take them to the vet. Could be a tumor
Rectal Tumors in Dogs | eHow.com
 
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