I apologize for the late reply, I was enjoying some good turkey and stuffing on this day of thanks!
Yes these do appear to be blackheads (comedones) which are clogged sebaceous glands on the skin. These can occur secondary to infection (bacterial, demodex, dermatophytes), endocinopathy (i.e. Cushings, exogenous steroid exposure, exposure to hormone replacement creams, hypothyroidism, steroid use) or even a keratinization disorder (sun exposure) is a possible cause.
I would recommend taking her in to your vet for a skin cytology of the area, thyroid panel (if indicated). If it is just localized to this area and Lola otherwise looks normal, in addition to trying to find and treat the underlying cause, you can use Duoxo seborrhea shampoo as a symptomatic treatment. You can also use Stridex pads (over the counter) on the area to help flush out the plugged glands.
Please let me know if there is anything else you wish to discuss concerning Lola.
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