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Can you attach a picture of these bumps, please?
These definitely look like small abscesses, poor girl.Because she's licking, I would recommend putting her in an e-collar to keep her from causing more issues. If you don't have one, you can make one at home. Here's how: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFWPH17u0eUI would also recommend cleaning this area with hibiclens (available at walmart) or antibacterial soap 2 times daily to reduce the bacteria in this area. And after it's dry, apply neosporin.It would be wise to place her on some antibiotics after your vet opens on Monday. These are bound to be painful. Something like neopredef powder may also be indicated to reduce the amount of discomfort she feels in this area, thus reducing her desire to lick.Keep an eye out for signs of UTI such as accidents in the house, urinating small amounts in different areas, blood in the urine, etc. Sometimes we see this following a dog persistently licking the vulva.
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