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Dog's cleaning causes worry

Fran takes care of Ellie, a 4-year-old springer spaniel with a somewhat embarrassing problem — at least for Fran. It seems that over the past few months Ellie has been paying a lot of attention to the area around her vulva. She spends an inordinate amount of time licking and the skin in that location is very reddened.

In the past, Ellie has been treated with antibiotics prescribed by her veterinarian, which has caused improvement, but upon completion of the antibiotic coarse, the problem returns. Ellie appears to be very uncomfortable and Fran wants to help.

Dogs have the ability to reach their perivulvar area with their tongues and do so on a regular basis as part of their hygiene routine. When this cleaning behavior becomes excessive, it can indicate an underlying problem.

Sometimes, overzealous cleaning behavior itself can cause a problem. The area around the vulva actually consists of a fold of skin with the vulva protruding from the middle of the fold. If a dog grooms the area in even a normal amount, the moisture from the mouth can, along with the warmth and lack of air circulation, make a ripe environment for bacteria or yeast to colonize. This condition then creates irritation, which leads to more licking, which leads to more irritation, which leads to more licking which, I think the picture is clear. It is often quite difficult to figure out which came first, a primary perivulvar infection in the face of normal grooming or an infection secondary to increased grooming behavior.