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If you have not already had her sedated and these areas examined, lanced and drained, this may be needed. If they did not respond to antibiotics being given, a culture would be wise to ensure you're using the right antibiotic for the job. Many times lancing and flushing is required to get ahead of more aggressive abscesses. If this has not already been tried, that's the approach that I would talk to your vet about. It offers the best chance at successful recovery from these types of wounds, which commonly do develop into abscesses.
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