• I have recently noticed that my English bulldog has had red paws, licking the right one most of the time. We have tried other food diets in case of a food allergy and she continues to lick her right paw. Now we have noticed that she has a red bump on her right paw in between her two toes. I have also noticed that all 4 of her paws are red after we go for a walk but ease up over time. Is this still allergies? Should I go in and see my vet? Is there something we can do at home to help this red bump and her red paws go away?

    Hi Rachel,
    I recommend that you take her into see a veterinarian. The licking along with the bump is concerning. The bump could be from a few different things including infection, chronic skin irritation, a foreign body, or even a mass. The red paws can be from allergies but there are other potential causes as well. Your vet can talk to you more about the cause of her symptoms and the treatment that she needs after they have examined her.


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