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I'm surprised the vet diagnosed canine acne as this is almost always localised on the chin, lips and cheeks of the dog and almost exclusively to the large breeds like boxers, dobermans, mastiffs and bulldogs. Does he rub his belly across the carpet? maybe this caused it.

Still, if the vet said that's what it is and the cream works then that's great.
 

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Awww bless him. Does it resemble acne in people? Spots that are filled with pus and can be squeezed and blackheads too?
 

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O'h no i didn't mean you should squeeze them lol that would not be good and just make them sore. I just wanted to check that it was acne. Canine acne looks the same as people acne. My sisters dog ( a rottie) had acne on her face and it looked just like a teenagers skin. A bulldog at the training classes I used to go to had it on her chin too and it was the same.

I guess the scabbed ones are the one that are healing up.
 
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