Never heard of it or seen. Can you post a close up picture?? That might be helpful. Hope it clears up soon. Did the Vet give you any topical medication for it??
Since this condition is found in short coated dogs, it is usually not necessary to shave the area.
Topical cleansers are usually enough to control the problem, although some cases require antibiotics and short term anti-inflammatory steroid therapy as well.
CANINE PEDIATRIC DERMATOLOGY
Superficial bacterial folliculitis...
needs 3-4 weeks course of antibiotic. Appropriate
antibiotics to choose when treating first occurrence
pyoderma could be: clindamycin (5,5 mg/kg q 12 h.),
erythromycin (15 mg/kg q 8h.), tylosin (20 mg/kg q 12h),
lincomycin (22 mg/kg q 12h), Oxacillin (20 mg/kg q 8h),
cephalexin (20 mg/kg q12h or 30 mg/kg q 24h),
amoxicillin-clavulanate potassium (15 mg/kg q 12h),
trimethropin-sulfadiazine (15-30 mg/kg q12h). Administer
the optimal doses is mandatory. If it is not available, to
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